AUG 2012



August 2012 – Jetro Platform announced that with the addition of Bank Mizrachi and Bank Yahav (two first tier banks) as new customers who deploy COCKPIT for Secure (Remote) Web Browsing and with most of the Insurance companies already in, including the Bank Of Israel and other government offices and institutions it is now evident that Jetro COCKPIT4i is now the standard De Facto for Enterprise Secure Web Access, mainly for regulated organizations who do not wish to open their LAN to the internet. Jetro COCKPIT4i is the only solution which provides the level of security of using a separate computer and a separate connection for browsing, but with the level of user experience of regular browsing.


About Jetro’s COCKPIT4i:
COCKPIT4i is the world’s first server side virtual browser that browses the web from the DMZ outside the corporate network. While all other conventional secure web browsing solutions focus on trying to screen content and prevent it from penetrating the corporate network, the Jetro solution takes a more effective approach. Preventing any active internet files from entering the network, COCKPIT4i allows users to view a completely harmless video virtualization of their requested website content. This is how Jetro’s COCKPIT4i helps achieve 100% Secure Web Browsing.


Eliminate security risks
COCKPIT4i is the world’s first server side virtual browser that browses the web from the DMZ outside the corporate network. In doing so, it prevents undetected and harmful code from traveling into and throughout the enterprise.  learn more…


Enhanced control 
Jetro COCKPIT4i gives Network Administers and IT managers a powerful set of monitoring and web management tools to help track and control effective web usage within their organization.


Secure Printing
The unique approach to COCKPIT4i security extends beyond file whitening of downloaded files. Web pages that are sent to print also come under the COCKPIT4i microscope, to ensure no trojans enter the network through this route.


Enhance browser performance and improve user experience
The virtual and local browsers are completely identical and act as one. All personalization and synchronization features remain intact including cookies, favorites, history, user settings, links and more.


Reduce costs
Centralized web browsing eliminates the need to purchase and support numerous web browser clients on individual desktops.