RoboCyberWall, provider of a proprietary, precision, perimeter firewall solution for businesses of all sizes, has unveiled its flagship product under the same name. The RoboCyberWall patent-pending firewall would block all known exploits and ‘Zero Day’ attacks on Apache2 and NGINX web servers.
The precision firewall would be a simple-to-download and easy-to-install module for use with on-premise servers, cloud servers or shared web hosting accounts and require low RAM and processor resources.
“Firewalls today remain the critical first line of defense from ever-growing and increasingly sophisticated threats,” said John R. Martinson Jr., CTO and Founder of RoboCyberWall. “Stopping a malicious program, or attacker, from gaining access to your network and information before any potential damage is done is key, and RoboCyberWall prevents breaches from happening in the first place.”
In securing the non-application portion of the stack, RoboCyberWall provides pinpoint protection for Linux Apache2 or NGINX web server’s HTTP and HTTPS ports. Typically these are ports 80 and 443, which are two of the top three most targeted ports for attack worldwide, according to Akamai’s State of the Internet report. RoboCyberWall’s ‘Modular Security’ paradigm would provide a complete solution by also offering a highly specialized web application firewall designed to protect the web application running on the server.
“RoboCyberWall is a particularly attractive option for small and mid-size businesses (SMBs), which are targeted much more frequently than large enterprises,” said John Martinson, Sr., CEO and President of RoboCyberWall. The Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report found that 81 percent of all data breaches happen to small businesses which often lack the resources to protect business-critical data.
“RoboCyberWall is a step in the direction of democratizing firewalls for all web servers and making true cyber security possible at an affordable price,” added Mr. Martinson, Sr. “Enterprise firewalls are very expensive and require significant investments and IT staff to install, configure and maintain, which often puts them out of reach for most SMBs.”