Safeweb is a production proven cybersecurity model based on browser isolation,
developed in collaboration with the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA.gov)
and designed to protect federal government users from malware, viruses and cyber attacks.
Dramatically improve your organizations cybersecurity posture by physically isolating your users internet
browsers and closing down the most common infiltration points on your local networks.
Browser isolation is the most effective way to secure your business from malware and cyber attacks.
Our massively scalable container based architecture requires 10x less server resources
than virtualization based platforms, delivering significant cost savings, improved ROI
and enabling browser isolation for the many, rather than the few.
Users connect to Safeweb via our Webshark browser proxy using simple configuration settings
to begin physically isolating their browser activity with any browser, on any machine.
No downloads or plugins required to deliver the native internet experience that users expect.
Our model was developed in collaboration with cybersecurity teams at Lawrence Livermore and Sandia National Laboratories.
Safeweb uses a container based architecture to enable cost-effective large scale deployments on commodity hardware.
Our platform is based on the principles of security through physical isolation, we physically isolate malware & cyber risks.
The Webshark™ browser proxy makes it easy for your users to connect any browser and start browsing safely through Safeweb.
Our platform is designed for rapid deployment, we can comfortably provision and deploy thousands of isolated browsers simultaneously.
Trust agility is the ability to quickly make or revise a trust decision, for whatever reason. Safeweb is a completely trust agile solution.
Safeweb clouds can be deployed in a frictionless manner, meaning no changes to your internal infrastructure are required.
Safeweb has been tested in production environments over a four year period and thousands of US federal government users.