How to Secure Web Browsing

The web browser is an intricate piece of software. It lets you browse videos, web pages, images, forms, games and much more. It was originally designed to display text documents, it now handle all the different media formats that are accessible on the Internet. This makes it more difficult for security professionals because it has a number of “weak areas” that attackers could exploit.

Whether you’re using the default software that comes preloaded on your PC or an alternative browser that you’ve downloaded, it is important to check that the security settings are at the highest possible level. This will minimize the possibility of malware being able to get beyond your security settings and install onto your system. It’s a good idea to use the browser with the account that is limited and does not have administrator rights. Even if malware is able to penetrate the security settings of your browser, it will not be able to alter your system.

Additionally, it’s a great idea to educate your users about safe browsing habits and practices. This could mean teaching users to use the highest security level on the web browser by removing auto-complete features and clearing saved passwords regularly. It’s also important to remind them that websites must clearly state how their data is used and how it’s collected. This information is typically found in the privacy policy or the user agreement. Browser security solutions remove blind spots by looking over and analyzing web sessions for threats and risks. These solutions are agnostic to devices as well as secure managed and unmanaged mobile devices, including BYOD devices as well as third-party unmanaged mobile devices.

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