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Some of the minds behind virtualization technology used by Amazon Web Services are launching new security software today called Bromium.
Bromium, the security software company that was started by the techies who brought us the Xen open-source hypervisor out of Cambridge University, has brought vSentry, its first product, to market... Read More
Growth in mobile, cloud and virtualized environments creates new security challenges for CIOs tasked with managing computers used on corporate networks.
Bromium is doing for computer security what VMware did for servers. The company has created a technology called “micro-virtualization” that lets potentially dangerous software run in a safe... Read More
Bromium, a startup led by the co-founders of the Xen open-source project, exited stealth mode in June with an as-yet unreleased product that keeps PCs secure outside the corporate firewall using... Read More
Simon Crosby is leaving his post as data center and virtualization CTO at Citrix Systems to launch a new company called Bromium that will utilize virtualization technology to tackle cloud... Read More
Bromium is a company founded by the team behind the open source Xen hypervisor. For much of the last year, they have said little about the actual technology, talking only about the promise. The... Read More
Bromium has developed a technology called micro virtualisation that aims to envelop all executable code within a micro virtual machine, isolating it from the rest of the system.