The Ministry of SMEs and Startups of the Republic of Korea has recognized Cloudbric as one of the promising startups in the post-COVID-19 world for its cloud web security solutions.
The booklet Grand Shift to Post COVID-19 World, published by the Ministry of SMEs and Startups of the Republic of Korea, features Cloudbric’s cloud web security solutions for protecting websites and servers against web threats. The booklet is distributed to governments of other countries, business chambers, and the K-Startup Center business incubator to promote cooperation between international companies and Korean SMEs and startups.
“Korean SMEs and startups listed in the booklet are expected to cooperate with companies or organizations in each country in various way such as activities to prevent and overcome COVID-19, as well as the trade, technology transfer, and joint ventures in the post-COVID-19 world,” notes Young-sun Park, former Minister of SMEs and Startups.
Cloudbric Empowers Enterprises to Improve Web Application Security
Cloudbric is included in the “Remote” category in the booklet, as its web security solutions can help businesses enhance cybersecurity while transitioning to a remote workforce. The company offers a fully managed web application firewall (WAF), DDoS attack protection, traffic encryption using SSL certificates, and remote access solutions. Cloudbric WAF provides industry-leading accuracy in malicious traffic detection thanks to its proprietary logic-based detection engine.
According to Cloudbric CEO Taejoon Jung, “In the age of COVID-19, the grand shift to both remote access and cloud computing has become essential. Therefore, we see more and more businesses need cloud web security solutions so they protect their valuable data from cyber threats. We hope to empower enterprises to secure their important data by increasing web application security.” Cloudbric currently serves more than 17,000 clients and partners in 94 countries around the globe.