UBIKA Launches new generation of Cloud Protector service to improve the Web Application Security Web Application Security
March 2023 by Marc Jacob
UBIKA announced the launch of the new generation of its sovereign SaaS solution, “Cloud Protector”.
The service aims to increase the level of application security by providing a comprehensive yet user-friendly solution to protect internet facing digital services, be they based on traditional Web applications or Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). It enables organizations to efficiently protect their digital assets with a reduced total cost of ownership (TCO).
Cloud Protector is a comprehensive cloud-based software that streamlines the protection of digital assets for businesses of all sizes. The product combines cutting-edge technology with an intuitive user interface, making it easy for anyone to use, regardless of technical skill level.
"We are thrilled to introduce The Cloud Protector New Gen to the market," said Stéphane de Saint Albin, CEO of UBIKA. "Our team has worked tirelessly to develop a solution that truly meets the needs of our customers, and we are confident that Cloud Protector will be a game-changer to protect digital assets in an era of API sprawl and web applications being more and more business critical."
Cloud Protector offers a range of features, including Web applications and APIs protection, DDoS protection, Websocket Securisation and fine grained False Positive Management, which will enable businesses to protect their digital assets with a reduced TCO. Additionally, the software is designed to integrate seamlessly with existing systems, allowing for a smooth transition to the new platform.
"Our goal with Cloud Protector New Generation was to create a product that not only addresses the pain points of our customers but also enhances their overall experience," said Nejib Jemli, CPO at UBIKA. "We are excited to see how Cloud Protector will transform the way businesses approach application security."
“Cloud Protector” is now available for subscription.