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Your current browser wasn’t designed for Enterprise. Your Current Browser was Designed To Deliver Ads and Provide Data for Search.
90% of all breaches affecting businesses come via the browser.
Verizon DBIR Report (2023)
There was a 224% increase in HEAT attacks since July 2021
Current network security architectures were designed with the enterprise data center as the focal point for access needs. Digital business has driven new IT architectures like cloud and edge computing and work-from-anywhere initiatives, which have, in turn, inverted access requirements ---- with more users, devices, applications, services and data located outside of an enterprise than inside.
Enterprise Grade Security on a Single Control Plane
The PRIMARY browser has built-in technologies to protect users from malicious websites.  By adding enhancements to Chromium, an active toolset thwarts  trackers, cross-site cookies, fingerprinting techniques, and various other online threats.
Primary guarantees that enterprises have access to the most up-to-date version of Chromium and other essential patches.  The Primary Updater applies updates immediately - reducing response time weeks  to mere days.  
Primary supports single sign-on (SSO) through multiple carriers (Azure AD, Okta, and more) and the use of SSO can be made mandatory for any browser user.
“Business employees now use browsers for more than web browsing.
The increased use of SaaS apps means that employees are using their browsers for almost all their tasks. According to Forrester, employees spend at least 70% of their workday across web browsers and virtual meetings. This makes browsers an increasingly popular target for hackers. Ransomware attacks are more prevalent than ever before, and the volume and sophistication of these highly evasive attacks has skyrocketed.”
Catharine Trebnick
Analyst, Rosenblatt Securities
Threat Profile for the Web Browser
Your Current Browser Wasn't Designed For Enterprise.Your Current Browser was Designed To Deliver Ads and Provide Data for Search
$9.48 million
As of 2023, the average cost of a corporate data breach in the United States amounted to $9.48 million
(IBM Security Report)
of all ransomware attacks in 2022 came through the browser (Palo Alto Networks)
in HEAT attacks have been detected since July 2021 - directly targeted at the Web Browser (Menlo Security)
of Enterprise Employees Device time is spent on the web browser (Forrester)
why Primary
The Rising Cost Of Data Breaches

Gartner predicts that by 2025, 45% of enterprises worldwide will have experienced attacks on their software supply chains, a three-fold increase from 2021.

IBM's 2022 Cost of a Data Breach Report underscores the severity of data breaches, revealing an average cost to US corporations of $9.48 million.