Bromium Honored for Excellence in Government Cybersecurity
- We have a successful track record protecting federal government customers from known and unknown attacks
- Leading government security awards program recognizes Bromium’s continued commitment to the public sector
- Bromium provides defense-grade protection, allowing government employees to work as usual
On January 8th, we received exciting news that we won two Government Security News Homeland Security Awards. We are honored to win in the Best Anti-Malware Solution and Best Email Security/Loss Management Solution categories, and were also named a finalist for Best Application Security Solution. We extend our sincere thanks to the team at GSN News.
Stop malware: how we protect email attachments.
Notably, this marked the second straight year Bromium has been honored by GSN. Last year, we won for Best Anti-Malware Solution as well as Best Endpoint Detection and Response, demonstrating the value we provide to the public sector. These awards are widely considered the preeminent awards in government security, and validate our efforts to protect government resources against nation-state attacks, cybercriminals and terrorist groups.
Why Leading Government Agencies Choose Bromium
Home to some of the most sensitive and sought after data, the public sector is a prime target for cyberattacks. Despite the best efforts of the resource and funding-constrained U.S. government, advanced malware and zero-day attacks often bypass traditional government defenses with devastating consequences.
Stop phishing: contain nefarious links and stop worrying.
A solid security strategy requires endpoint protection against known and unknown attacks. Application isolation and containment (i.e. removing the opportunity for an unknown threat to cause harm) is recommended by the NSA as the way to stop malware from entering via the endpoint, but executing this is quite difficult unless you work with Bromium.
Isolate executables: threats can’t escape.
Bromium’s virtualization-based security works like this: Each time a user completes any activity, such as downloading something or opening a browser tab, it’s executed inside a micro-VM – an isolated container. This happens silently and unobtrusively, ensuring employees do not have to adjust their workflow while protecting the enterprise. If they do click on a malicious file, the host is not infected. Because the malicious file is completely isolated, no devastating attack can occur.
Bromium stops what legacy detection-based tools miss. By working with Bromium, government agencies have been able to eliminate endpoint breaches without changing the way their employees do their jobs. Contact us to protect your critical data.