Cybersecurity platform physically isolates web browsers

Cybersecurity platform physically isolates web browsers

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By Rich Pell

The new platform, Safeweb Engine, is a physical isolation cybersecurity platform built in collaboration with Sandia National Laboratory and is based upon the production proven Safeweb model, originally developed by tuCloud working in collaboration with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

The Safeweb Engine can be installed on either virtual, physical or cloud servers and is designed to physically isolate the web browsing activity of large amounts of internet users in a cost effective way. Because of the Safeweb Engines unique container based architecture, it is massively scalable and requires minimal server resources when compared to the existing browser isolation cybersecurity platforms currently available on the market.

By physically isolating web browsing activity onto the Safeweb platform, cyber threats such as malware, advanced persistent threats and viruses are completely unable to get a foothold on the users machine, protecting the user from web based threats in real time as they browse the internet, effectively isolating the user from anything likely to infect their local machine.

The Safeweb Engine is massively scalable and capable of physically isolating the browsing activity of millions of simultaneous internet users, enabling organization’s to cost effectively protect a large amount of users from as little as $5 dollars per user, per month.

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