Securing Legacy Applications with Bromium Application Isolation and Control
Virtualization has long fulfilled its primary function of isolating inbound threats for common attack vectors—including web browsing, accessing email links and attachments, and sharing documents via USB devices. But what about applications — especially those that are legacy — that present a significant risk to security but can’t be turned off? In this solution brief, we discuss how Bromium can be extended to support a wider range of applications and protect against threats that are unique to your business processes.
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