A year ago, Ntrepid brought an early prototype of a product known as Passages to RSA Conference. That product, the result of 18 months of development, was based on tools honed over many years supporting the national security community.
We overwhelmingly heard from attendees that the web was the weak link for their networks, and that they did not see effective solutions. At a time when targeted attacks were accelerating, attempting to identify and block zero day threats was expensive, and was anything but reliable. Clearly, Passages filled a need for efficiently eliminating the browser threat vector.
For the past 12 months, we tweaked Passages to provide enterprises with a tool that isolates computers, networks, and data from each other and protects users’ identities from targeting — all without disrupting the normal online workflow.
After two-and-a-half years of development, we are presenting Passages: All The Web Without The Risk. We see Passages as a major revolution in affordable web security, and we are excited to present it at RSA Conference 2015 in San Francisco.