Bank of Jerusalem has recently successfully implemented the web isolation solution, Crusoe, to prevent end-user workstations within the organization from browsing the open Internet.
Crusoe Security has become the leading web isolation solution in the Israeli market. The product has been used by tens of thousands of users from numerous organizations in Israel. This product has undergone dozens of information security tests and has been found suitable for use by the leading insurance and financial organizations in Israel.
Oren Penso, Manager of the Technological Infrastructure Division at Bank of Jerusalem said, “Bank of Jerusalem is only interested in the best protection against the risks of the Internet. The solution we’ve chosen is to completely separate the Internet browsers from the internal network. Crusoe Security makes things simple and easy – through the use of automatic referral links within the internal network, in a manner that is transparent to the end user. In practice, the security system executes user management, single sign on management and blocks flash and HTML content, downloads and uploads files in an easy and friendly manner, and interfaces with our existing sterilization software.”
Erez Goldstein, CEO of Crusoe Security said, “We’re proud to have been chosen by Bank of Jerusalem. By choosing Crusoe Security, the bank has joined a long line of organizations implementing this solution, including Migdal Insurance, Bank Hapoalim, AIG, Psagot Investment, Menorah Insurance and more. I assume that nowadays organizations recognize the Internet as a primary threat among existing information security risks and are attempting to completely prevent this risk by separating their internal network from the internet without effecting the end-user experience. I expect that numerous organizations will embrace this solution in the future and we are already experiencing a ‘wave’ of referrals from various companies in the fields of homeland security, health, telecom etc., who are aware of the impact information security has on their business.”