Bromium Now Provides Application Isolation for Citrix XenServer 7.3

2018-01-24T06:01:24+00:00January 24th, 2018|Company News|

Bromium now supports Citrix XenServer 7.3 nested virtualization with superior performance. Use application isolation to stop common attack vectors that layered defenses miss. Real-time, high-fidelity alerts trigger the Bromium Sensor Network to provide extended protection. XenServer is an open source platform for cost-effective application, desktop, cloud, and server virtual infrastructures. When Bromium is used for [...]

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 [...]

As Vendors Talk WannaCry, We Want You to Know What You Can Expect from Bromium

2017-05-19T18:05:24+00:00May 19th, 2017|Company News|

As WannaCry went nuts last week and everyone moved quickly to support one another; we all moved on our best intelligence at the time. Because most ransomware is typically delivered via email, website or file, we worked with our customers to make sure their endpoints were protected. One week later, I wanted to take a [...]

Cybersecurity Virtualization Expert Ian Pratt Explains WannaCry Exploit

2017-05-14T15:52:21+00:00May 14th, 2017|Breaking News|

Ian Pratt, co-founder of Bromium and a virtualization expert was interviewed by Sky News. The video clip below shows how the malware arrived and how it deployed. This is the first of what will be many likely exploits in the months to come. WannaCry is likely the first of many global cybersecurity events that will [...]

Zero-Day Vulnerability is a Zero-Sum Game

2017-04-10T14:22:11+00:00April 10th, 2017|Breaking News, Government, Threats|

Late last week a new Microsoft Office vulnerability was discovered by McAfee; they discovered attacks exploiting this vulnerability back to late January 2017. This should raise substantial concern for anyone responsible for cyber security at their company or federal agency. Since January, every Windows-based MS Office machine was exposed to the worst type of malware: zero-day. UPDATE! We [...]

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