Research Report

Web Browser Security Comparison: Popular is Not Necessarily Secure

Browsing the Internet has become a minefield, where nearly any web page has the potential to infect a visitor’s endpoint and the entire internal network. As a result, CISOs need to define proper security policies and choose which web browser the organization should standardize on. There’s a lot to consider when selecting a web browser, such as vulnerabilities, privacy, and other security capabilities, like spam filters, phishing detection engines, and URL security inspection.

This research report focuses on how today’s most popular web browsers perform against various security tests and triggering capabilities so that you can select the appropriate solution for your organization.