Defacement mitigator for cybersecurity protection
Posted on 29 April 2014.
At Infosecurity Europe 2014, Foresight released Defacement Mitigator, the first cloud-based web security solution that provides full defacement mitigation and protection to government, academic, religious, financial services, and other organizations targeted by cyber hacktivists.

Foresight has proven success working with dozens of academic institutions, government bodies, retailers, banks, and other organizations with strict security standards. The Weizmann Institute of Science, home of several Nobel Prize winners and one of the world’s leading multidisciplinary research institutions, has been using Foresight’s Defacement Mitigator product with great success. The solution mapped The Weizmann’s website, replicated it to the cloud, and was fully up and running in under three days.

Defacement Mitigator is available today as a managed service (SaaS) and sold as a stand-alone product or as part of Foresight’s cloud-based web security platform. Pricing is based on the number of domains and user traffic.

The cloud-based Foresight website security solution raises the bar in cyber security. Automated dynamic whitelisting and Secure Front End architecture minimize the attack surface and eliminate the maintenance of thousands of Whitelist rules. The solution enables enhanced security at a significantly lower TCO.

Foresight ensures zero downtime, even while new features are being added, application changes are implemented, vulnerabilities are mitigated (including the Heartbleed bug), or a website is under attack. Even the most complex websites can be protected in fewer than three days.


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