Bromium Helps Protect Moffitt Cancer Center’s Computer Networks
Protecting radiology machines against cyber attacks is essential, but when the Moffitt Cancer Center’s security team tried introducing anti-virus software, they noticed substantial degradation in performance. Moffitt needed a solution that would shield their machines from threats, known and unknown, while preserving speed and usability. The team ultimately chose to remove the anti-virus from their radiology machines and protect them with Bromium instead. Today, Moffitt’s radiology computers are protected from malware using Bromium micro-virtualization technology, and the security team is expanding the use of Bromium to more areas and sharing their experience with other hospitals.
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