The concept of “booth babes” has been around since 1967, when the first Consumer Electronics Show was held in New York City. Back then, they were known as “CES Guides,” a title that has been replaced with a less discerning one, “booth babes.” Since then, the marketing ploy has drifted into other technology trade shows and events, such as RSA.
Let a web browser in the cloud stand between the sites you visit and your computer. Visit any website without getting infected with malware.
All of your web browsing activity will be SSL encrypted, even for sites that do not support HTTPS. You no longer have to worry about an unsecured network exposing your online information.
By using our cloud computers to browse the web, the sites you visit can no longer learn any information about you just because you visit them. All they see is information about our servers, and nothing about you.
With full browser integration, using Light Point Web is as simple as using your browser. With easy setup and use, Light Point Web begins protecting you immediately.
Awards and Achievements
From our blog
We are excited to announce that Light Point Security has advanced to the final 6 companies of the InvestMaryland Challenge in the Cybersecurity category. The InvestMaryland Challenge is a national business competition aiming to help fund promising startups. This year there are 4 categories, and one winner will be chosen from each. Each winner will receive a $100,000 grant.
If you have ever met or talked to my cofounder Zuly Gonzalez, you will know she never fails to impress. She has been doing a lot of public speaking for our company, she talks to customers, she coordinates sales, pilots, and partnerships, and she keeps us in the news. Zuly Gonzalez has become the face of the Light Point Security.
I have decided to step down as the official CEO of Light Point Security, and name Zuly Gonzalez as the new CEO. Zuly has been performing above and beyond as our COO, so if she keeps doing what she has been, she will be a terrific CEO.
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