Complete, Real-Time Threat Telemetry
Bromium doesn’t block malware execution. Instead, Bromium allows threats to fully execute, safely inside a secure container, all the while collecting detailed, real-time threat data and subsequent payloads.
Bromium’s Unique Threat Insights
BROMIUM WANTS MALWARE TO EXECUTE
Retrieving and analyzing detailed threats samples using traditional security tools is cumbersome, because their primary purpose is to prevent malware from executing. Bromium wants malware to execute and we gather real-time data.
SPEAK THE LANGUAGE: MITRE ATT&CK
Attacks and execution are mapped to the MITRE ATT&CK Framework, a common language used by SOC teams to understand and respond to critical threats. This ensures that Bromium Labs research aligns with your existing security management process for the associated attack tactics.
RACING THE CLOCK TO GATHER THREAT DATA
Using traditional security tools, when the command and control (C2) servers are taken down, it’s impossible for the SOC team to completely understand the full functionality of malware or attackers’ intentions.
Real-time, Complete Threat Telemetry
Bromium safely isolates malicious content within a secure container, allowing detailed data to be collected at the point when the user is first hit by the attack and while the C2 servers are up downloading payloads.
STOP EVERY TARGETED, CUSTOMIZED ATTACK
By allowing attacks to execute in an isolated environment, Bromium collects the most detailed level of forensics, even with never before seen, zero-day malware. This threat telemetry helps the cybersecurity community harden their defenses and improve their security posture.
BROMIUM THREAT INSIGHTS REPORT
Bromium Threat Insights Report is a technical publication designed to share the most notable threats that our solution has captured, highlight new techniques used by attackers, and provide practical and actionable information about how to protect your organization against emerging threats.
What Can Bromium Threat Telemetry Do For You?
“Bromium protects web browsing and email attachments wonderfully. I can see exactly what the threats are attempting to accomplish.”
IT Systems Analyst, Global 500 Banking Company
Current Threat blogs
THREAT RESEARCH BLOG
July 29, 2019
Since the lull in Emotet activity at the beginning of June 2019 and AZORult, Dridex and ransomware campaigns have become more prominent