Fortify your first line of defense

Threats still get through to the browser. Typical cyber security stacks lack tools to directly secure the browser. This limitation has inadvertently created a safe haven for attackers to target users through the browser without meaningful scrutiny.

The inbox is the tip of the iceberg

The browser is where phishing and social engineering thrive

Phishing attacks have expanded beyond email and become a pervasive threat within the browser. Unsuspecting users are vulnerable to attack as existing solutions cannot identify browser-targeted phishing attempts. Keep Aware can swiftly detect and intercept sophisticated phishing attempts at the point of click, safeguarding users before any harm occurs.

Keep Aware Browser Security

+ Threat Protections: Protect users against phishing, social engineering, malicious downloads and other people-targeted threats.

+ Point of Click Controls: Evolve policy and controls past page blocks and redirects. Embed security into the work experience and prevent threats at the point of click.

+ Reporting: Enable people in your organization to report phishing and other threats. Understand the exposure and risk of the organization’s workforce on a granular level.

+ Open-ended Integrations: Easily hook into existing workflow and bring the richest set of phishing threat data to SIEM and SOAR efforts. Completely control the browsing with an API-first experience.

Exploring the abyss of hidden and perilous extensions

Security teams are looking to keep the browser within reach

The growing number of browser extensions has become a significant vulnerability, as attackers use these add-ons to gain access to sensitive systems. While traditional security solutions may provide network-level protection, they do not monitor activity within the browser, where these extensions pose the greatest risk. Keep Aware works from within the browser to actively identify and mitigate these threats.
Keep Aware Browser Security

+ Centralized Browser Extension Auditing: Monitor the extensions being used by users and the organization.

+ Extension Management: Restrict the use of suspicious extensions, and limit allowed extensions for certain browsers, users or groups.

+ SaaS Visibility: Gain visibility of the extensions and web applications being utilized across the organization. Enable detections for suspicious apps and activities.


Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain

Human-centric solutions understand deception, emotion, and how information is presented​

Attackers leveraging the web to conduct brand impersonation directly jeopardizes the security and trustworthiness of all our digital experiences.  It poses a significant challenge for current security solutions that lack visibility into browser activity.  As Keep Aware understands what is being presented in the browser, it can thwart sophisticated brand impersonation attempts, ensuring credibility in our online activities.
Keep Aware Browser Security

+ Web Content Security: Harness a deep understanding and analysis of what’s being presented to users.

+ Advanced Search: Gain visibility of risky user events and behaviors across the organization. Quickly filter and search for certain indicators and users.

+ Fully Customizable Controls: Evolve policy and controls past page blocks and redirects. Embed security into the work experience with full customization of messaging and appearance.

Keep Aware defends against a wide range of differentiated attacks, including both known and unknown threats

Human-centric browser security leverages advanced user behavior analytics to assess risk, identify threats, and respond in real time to people-targeted attacks.​

Notification Hijacking

Drive-by Downloads


Data Leakage

Web Exploits


Eliminate the browser blind spot.

Discover why enabling your team with browser security
is the next important security initiative

Stay Updated on the latest threats

Bringing the browser within reach
How does browser security fit into your security stack Determining the exposure of browsing

Link Keep Aware to Functions

What SaaS applications are being used?
Where are people logging in with their work credentials?
Can you detect browser-directed Phishing and Social Engineering attempts?
What browser extensions have been intentionally and unintentionally added?
How do you know when users install a suspicious extension?
How would you prevent users from clicking on suspicious links?
How do you prevent bad file sharing practices?
Can you detect when users are on sites impersonating other brands?