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. But what about applications — especially those that are legacy — that present a significant risk to security but can't be turned off? Extending Bromium isolation to new applications, file-types, and business processes effectively encapsulates and contains malicious content within micro-VMs, protecting each host and the enterprise at large from breach across additional attack vectors. Using the Secure App Extensions API, Bromium Professional Services will work with your organization to understand your needs and meet your specific security requirements to enable hardware-isolation of your application.