WALNUT, Calif., Jan. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Remote browser isolation startup WEBGAP today announced the launch of their WEBGAP Go remote browser service aimed at small businesses and security conscious individuals.
The WEBGAP Go remote browser service is powered by WEBGAP's proprietary browser isolation engine and is priced at $5 per user, per month, making their remote browser pricing the most cost-effective and competitively priced remote browser service currently on the market.
WEBGAP Go is a multi-tenant, no-frills, remote browser service for individuals and organizations with smaller amounts of users, who do not require platform customization and provides users with a fully managed and fully hosted remote browser.
WEBGAP's CEO Guise Bule said today, "I am deeply proud to launch our remote browser service. When we started WEBGAP we set out to drive browser isolation solutions into mass market adoption by lowering their price to single digit dollars per user. We set out to protect the many who desperately need the protection, rather than the few with the budget to afford it and the launch of our remote browser service is the first step towards fulfilling that ambition."
WEBGAP's browser isolation technology is a containerization based (fully containerized) browser isolation technology which requires significantly less infrastructure than competitive solutions. WEBGAP can efficiently scale to accommodate millions of simultaneous users. Their innovative 'web page runtime rendering' feature decomposes webpages to strip them of potentially malicious code, before recomposing them into pure HTML for display to the end user, providing a safer internet and isolating users from malware and web based cyberattacks.
About WEBGAP INC
WEBGAP INC is a browser isolation cybersecurity startup headquartered in Wyoming, USA and founded in 2018 by co-founders Jun Yang (CTO) and Guise Bule (CEO). Prior to forming WEBGAP the co-founders have spent the last decade building browser isolation platforms for the US federal government and are responsible for the world's first remote browser platform, built for the National Nuclear Security Administration in 2009. WEBGAP's co-founder Guise Bule is the co-developer of the Safeweb browser isolation cybersecurity model, developed in collaboration with Robin Goldstone at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
For more information please visit WEBGAP's website at https://webgap.io.
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