The problem most internet users have is that our browsers are the single biggest source of malware or ransomware infection and our current security tools have proven themselves to be incapable at protecting us. Gartner estimates that 98% of external information security attacks are carried over the public internet and that 80% of these attacks are targeted directly at end users through their browsers as they use the internet, with anti-virus and firewalls unable to prevent these attacks.
The WEBGAP model was developed to solve this problem by physically isolating your users web browsers, as well as all of the associated cyber risks, away from your local machines, network and infrastructure. By placing a WEBGAP between your users and the malware, you shut down the most common attack vector and dramatically enhance your overall cybersecurity posture in the process. The WEBGAP model provides internet piece of mind and lets you focus your efforts on the remaining vulnerabilities.
The WEBGAP browser isolation model leverages the principal of security through physical isolation and is a model that is currently used in production environments by tens of thousands of real users at high security federal government facilities. This model is considered to be best practice by Gartner, who recommend browser isolation (or remote browsing) as the most effective way for an enterprise to reduce web based attacks. Gartner predict that over the next three years, 50% of enterprises will actively begin to isolate their internet browsing to reduce the impact of cyber attacks against their business and their end users (Gartner BIT Report 2017).
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The WEBGAP model is the production proven browser isolation cybersecurity model.