Protecting the many, rather than the few.

WEBGAP's Mission

We are on a mission to unlock mainstream adoption of remote browser isolation by lowering the cost to single digit dollars per user and delivering the scalability a global market requires.

WEBGAP's Vision

We believe that the remote browser isolation model is the future of endpoint security and we work to comprehensively, seamlessly and effectively isolate our users from the risks of the public internet.

Management Team

Team WEBGAP

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Guise Bule
Co-Founder & CEO

Guise led the team that built the worlds first remote browser isolation platforms for the US government.

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Jun Yang
Co-Founder & CTO

Jun leads our development team and the technical direction of WEBGAP remote browser isolation platform.

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Ryan Miller
Chief Security Officer

Ryan keeps us safe from cyber attacks and performs OSINT investigations into our partners and competitors.

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Bryan Manske
Head Of Infrastructure

Bryan is based in our bunker data center, he keeps the lights on and our servers running 24/7/365.

A Short History Of Our Team


Team WEBGAP have been involved in some of the largest
deployments in the browser isolation space.

  1. Safeweb - The First Remote Browser Isolation Platform

    The worlds first remote browser platform was called Safeweb and was based on a model co-developed by our team for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA.gov).

  2. LLNL - Five Thousand Federal Government Employees

    Our team deployed, hosted and managed a remote browser platform for 5000 federal government employees at Lawrence Livermore national Laboratory over a five year period.

  3. UCLA - Terminals In Fourteen Libraries For 100k+ Students

    Our team deployed the disposable remote desktop platforms used by UCLA in fourteen of their libraries, serving non-persistent disposable environments to 100k+ UCLA students.

  4. The WEBGAP Project

    Inspiration for WEBGAP sprung out of frustration with previous deployments and the realization that containerization was the future of the remote browser isolation space.

  5. WEBGAP Private Beta

    In 2018 we worked with private beta customers like PayPal, Booz Allen Hamilton, Canadian National Defense and other organizations to evolve the WEBGAP platform and its features.

  6. WEBGAP Public Launch

    In January 2019 we publicly launched our v1 WEBGAP platform and began providing hosted and managed remote browsers to our existing private beta customers and the general public.