BROMIUM PROTECTED APP
Establish robust, end-to-end protection around your sensitive data, including your IP, high-value assets, and more, with Bromium Protected App. Augment your partitioned networks, achieve complete isolation of your most critical applications, and secure network connections between clients and servers.
ACHIEVE LASTING PROTECTION WITH HARDWARE–ENFORCED SECURITY
Bromium Protected App offers a pragmatic way to safeguard application data, without forcing your business to incur additional expenses or impede user productivity.
- Ensure connections to sensitive data are always secure, even if user devices are compromised
- Gain strong safeguards against a range of threats, including keylogging, screen capture, memory tampering, and man-in-the-middle attacks
- Protect your IP while maximizing end user convenience, access and productivity
ESTABLISH STRONG SAFEGUARDS AROUND CRITICAL APPLICATIONS
Build an air gap around your most sensitive applications, so you are always in control, even if your corporate network gets breached. Compliance and security teams can ensure that policies are enforced, without having to worry about the security posture of endpoints.
HARDWARE-ENFORCED ISOLATION FOR DATA YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO LOSE
Bromium Protected App uses hardware-enforced virtualization on the endpoint, below the OS, ensuring total isolation for applications from the operating system. Even if a user’s endpoint is compromised, it won’t pose any risk to the partitioned application and the sensitive data it contains.
ADVANCED PROTECTIONS AGAINST A BROAD RANGE OF THREATS
Bromium Protected App protects organizations’ IP and data from such threats as keylogging, screen capture, memory tampering, and man-in-the-middle attacks. It also provides detailed visibility and control, offering an audit trail of all connections to sensitive applications.
SEAMLESS USER EXPERIENCE THAT MAXIMIZES PRODUCTIVITY
Give users access to applications they need from their existing devices. Bromium Protected App doesn’t disrupt users — they can continue to use the same devices and interact with applications like they always have, without having to learn new interfaces or establish new workflows.