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Island Enterprise Browser

The application enterprises use most is the browser.

What if the browser was
designed for the enterprise?

Introducing Island. The Enterprise Browser.

Introducing Island. The Enterprise Browser.

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Control everything happening inside the browser.

If you're an employee, maximizing productivity has never been more accessible.


Thanks to cloud computing and modern collaboration tools, you can work from virtually anywhere and at any time. The era of being a hybrid worker has become the new standard rather than the exception.

However, if you're responsible for ensuring workplace security, this newfound flexibility presents its own set of unique challenges. The reliance on Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), cloud services, virtual desktops, and remote work saw a rapid surge during the pandemic. As a result, cybersecurity professionals now face a distinct array of cybersecurity challenges when it comes to safeguarding critical resources.

While security concepts like Zero Trust, data loss prevention, identity management, and cloud access security tools provide a robust framework for managing risks, one crucial element has been often overlooked: the web browser.

Many of the productivity tools we use aren't specifically designed with enterprise security in mind, and web browsers fall squarely into this category.


Consumer-oriented browsers, in particular, pose significant risks for insider attacks since organizations often have limited control over user interactions with applications and services within these browsers.


To exacerbate the issue, there's often a lack of visibility and the ability to review prior user activities at the last mile.



Determine user interactions with your data through policies defined by your company.



Provide a comprehensive overview of user activity and experiences across your entire infrastructure.



Empower productivity by providing everything work needs to flourish while eliminating all disruptions.

Island looks, feels, and behaves just like the browser you’re on right now.
It’s built on Chromium - the same open source project that powers Chrome,
Edge, and most other mainstream browsers.

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