How is ConcealBrowse different than CrowdStrike?
The main way ConcealBrowse differs from CrowdStrike is that we prevent incidents. CrowdStrike needs an incident to happen before it can identify it, and can only stop things it knows about. ConcealBrowse prevents phishing attacks and ransomware by using remote browser isolation creating a zero trust secure browser.
Another important difference to note is credential theft protection offered by ConcealBrowse. If an employee willingly gives up their credentials to an attacker, CrowdStrike won't be able to help them, whereas Conceal will block the user from entering any credentials at all if it is not a safe site.
*Never hesitate to contact your Customer Success Manager for any questions or concerns. You may also open a support ticket at support.conceal.io by scrolling to the bottom and clicking Submit a request.
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