Security vendor Trusteer has launched a service aimed at preventing network infections from outside machines.
Trusteer Secure Browsing offers protection from possible malware infections on external systems which connect with the enterprise network.
"The problem we are trying to solve is end-managed computers that connect to the enterprise," said Trusteer chief executive Mickey Boodaei.
"A lot of the banks we worked with asked us to protect their employees and contractors when they connect to the network."
The system requires computers outside the network, such as those used by contractors or remote workers, to be equipped with a security tool from Trusteer before connecting to the network.
Once installed, the software adds firewall protection to the user's browser, preventing any potentially malicious software from being transmitted over the browser into the company network.
Boodaei told V3.co.uk that the platform is equipped to target malware such as Zeus, which is locally installed on a system and crafted to manipulate the web browser on infected devices.
The service also offers a measure of protection against attacks exploiting unpatched or zero-day flaws. In limiting browser activity from outside systems, the software can help prevent a possible zero-day attack being launched.
"It is not just a software solution, it is a service in which we capture anything that tries to get into the network," said Boodaei.
"If there is something that is specifically targeting you, or flies under the radar, we can detect that and we will let you know what it is."
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