Platform Criminality Aids Sales of Exploits and IP

2018-09-13T15:17:03+00:00September 13th, 2018|Threats|

Platform criminality is enabling and incentivising insider threats to sell on corporate IP and potent malware Understanding cybercrime platforms is key to disrupting the supply of hacking tools and IP theft Platform criminality has been reshaping the way in which the security industry thinks about cybercrime. It’s made the sale and purchase of cybercrime tools, [...]

We Have Answers: Questions from 2018 Cybersecurity Core Capabilities Webinar

2018-02-01T10:00:39+00:00February 1st, 2018|Government, Innovation|

Nicolas Chaillan, cybersecurity architect who worked for Homeland Security in the United States provided guidelines for your 2018 cybersercurity strategy. It is based on what he built for Cyber.gov - a strategy that takes the best of the best and delivers results based on the level of security you need. His recommendations work for both [...]

Come See Bromium at AFCEA West 2018 in San Diego in February

2018-01-23T12:34:24+00:00January 23rd, 2018|Government|

Our public sector team will be at the show looking forward to meeting you. Set up a meeting now by simply contacting us. We can show you how application isolation works. AFCEA West 2018 is in San Diego this year starting February 6th. Our guys will be there. We'll have demos, be able to talk [...]

Nicolas Chaillan Cyber Architect Lays Out the Ideal Security Stack [on-demand webinar]

2018-01-14T15:55:05+00:00January 14th, 2018|Company News|

Get 2018 Security Advice from a cybersecurity expert! Nicolas Chaillan was hired by Homeland Security to design the ultimate security stack to protect the U.S. government. He created an architecture that works for both the public sector and commercial business. His set of Core Competencies will help you build the right solution for today and [...]

Ian Pratt, Bromium Co-Founder, Speaks on Spectre and Meltdown [Video, Part 1]

2018-01-08T19:04:43+00:00January 8th, 2018|Breaking News|

The Intel chip vulnerability triggered Spectre and Meltdown - information leakage vulnerabilities. Both let attackers that have execution in some unprivileged user space to read data belonging to other processes, even more privileged ones including the kernel itself. Meltdown only effects Intel CPUs, whereas the Spectre vulnerability is present on pretty much all modern CPUs [...]

Ian Pratt, Bromium Co-Founder, Discusses an Enterprise Response to Spectre and Meltdown [Video, Part 2]

2018-01-08T19:02:10+00:00January 8th, 2018|Breaking News|

The Intel chip vulnerability triggered Spectre and Meltdown - information leakage vulnerabilities. Spectre and Meltdown require an attacker to run code on the target system. Micro-virtualization can really help mitigate the effects; even when dealing with kernel vulnerabilities. We asked our founder, Ian Pratt, to talk to us about Spectre, Meltdown and what this means [...]

Ian Pratt, Bromium Co-Founder, Why Bromium is Releasing an Upgrade [Video, Part 3]

2018-01-08T12:07:14+00:00January 8th, 2018|Breaking News|

The Intel chip vulnerability triggered Spectre and Meltdown - information leakage vulnerabilities. With the advent of the Microsoft Windows patch, it’s important to upgrade Bromium first to keep your security intact. Micro-virtualization can really help mitigate the effects; even when dealing with kernel vulnerabilities. We asked our founder, Ian Pratt, to talk to us about [...]

The Godfathers of Virtualization Returning to VMWorld

2017-08-15T10:28:32+00:00August 15th, 2017|Company News|

Ian Pratt and Simon Crosby sold XenSource to Citrix in 2007. After working at Citrix, they decided to once again spin off and focus on cybersecurity. They are available to meet during VMWorld if you’d like to talk virtualization and security. We think of them as The Godfathers of Virtualization. The work they did with [...]

Virtualization-Based Security is Helping Security Professionals Relax

2017-08-03T05:05:40+00:00August 3rd, 2017|Innovation|

Virtualization’s continued journey across the enterprise led inevitably to security Enhanced security benefits using virtualization are powerful and compelling Virtualization takes the security responsibility off users and delivers control to IT Detection-based security doesn’t work. It’s an exhausted concept. The battle’s been waged for 30 years and the cyber criminals won. Why? Because detection will [...]

Turning Off Cybersecurity to Increase Productivity Shouldn’t Be How the Problem Gets Solved

2017-07-24T06:00:44+00:00July 24th, 2017|Company News|

It seems security teams are under a lot of pressure from the organization when it comes to the balance between productivity and staying secure. Our infographic below explains how this plays out: with some saying they turn off security and others modifying it. Cybersecurity shouldn't be this hard and it shouldn't impact end user behavior. [...]

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