LayerX has developed a secure enterprise browser extension that enhances browsing sessions by providing comprehensive visibility, continuous monitoring [1] [2] [3] [4], and granular policy enforcement [1] [2] [3] [4]. This extension utilizes Deep Session Analysis technology to effectively mitigate risks such as browser data loss, credential theft [1] [3] [4], and malicious extensions [1] [3] [4].


The installation process for LayerX’s browser extension is simple and user-friendly. Once installed, the dashboard offers high-level insights into the security posture of the browser ecosystem [1] [3]. This extension can be easily integrated into existing browser infrastructure [3] [4], providing consolidated protection against web-borne risks [4].

Users have the ability to create policies that prevent risky extension installations and data leakage through specific sites or applications [1]. Additionally, LayerX can serve as an additional authentication factor [1], seamlessly integrated with the organization’s cloud Identity Provider [1].

With LayerX’s extension [1], users can create a list of permitted extensions and configure policies to block extensions based on various criteria [3]. The Alerts screen provides a comprehensive view of triggered policies and alerts [1]. Depending on the policy [2], LayerX can prompt employees to disable the extension or automatically deactivate it [2] [4].


LayerX’s secure browser extension offers a robust solution for mitigating web-borne risks. By providing comprehensive visibility [1] [2] [3] [4], continuous monitoring [1] [2] [3] [4], and granular policy enforcement [1] [2] [3] [4], it enhances the security posture of browsing sessions. With its easy installation process and integration capabilities, LayerX’s extension is a valuable tool for organizations looking to protect against browser data loss, credential theft [1] [3] [4], and malicious extensions [1] [3] [4]. As technology continues to evolve, LayerX’s browser extension will play a crucial role in safeguarding browsing sessions and preventing potential security breaches.