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Dept. Of Defense Adopts The Cloud Browser

When a security expert at a leading antivirus company said “antivirus software only catches 45% of the malware attacks and is dead”, it is time to find a better mousetrap. Who better than the Dept of Defense to find it.

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Dept. Of Defense Adopts The Cloud Browser

When a security expert at a leading antivirus company said “antivirus software only catches 45% of the malware attacks and is dead”, it is time to find a better mousetrap. Who better than the Dept of Defense to find it.

The Defense Information Systems Agency released an unclassified request for information (RFI) outlining its intent to procure a cloud browser for 3.1 million Department of Defense (DOD) employees.

When the military wants to launch a precise strike, these days they most often use a done. The drone lets the command center see the location through video, without being seen and also deliver the bomb. If the drone is shot down (highly unlikely) no human is harmed on the field or at the command center. They just send another drone to do the job. A drone is next generation military technology and is kind of like a remote control fighter plane.

It is the safety of being remote that has the D.O.D. adopting the cloud browser.

A cloud browser acts very much like a drone. The user’s device NEVER touches the website. The user can see and surf the Web but if they encounter any hostile environment (viruses or malware), the browsing session ends and a new browser (drone) starts surfing.

You don’t need to be a D.O.D. employee or top secret clearance to start using this technology, the only disposable cloud browser is available to consumers today at www.tracefree.com

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