Bromium was founded in 2010 with a mission to restore trust in computing. The company's founders, Simon Crosby, and Ian Pratt, have a long and deep history of innovation in virtualization and security. Bromium uses hardware-enforced virtualization-based security to protect your intellectual property from theft via cyber-attacks. We restore productivity because your team members can use apps, download and browse confidently without restriction. With application isolation and control, we contain threats to the endpoint and provide real-time threat intelligence so you can see what's happening without any risk of breach.
Improve Performance over Native Systems.
Bromium-protected systems actually improve their resource utilization over native Windows systems that are not protected by Bromium across a range of important metrics.
Including: Improved CPU performance, faster page file access, and increased input/output operations on Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
Interact with Files in the Usual Expected Ways.
Even though each untrusted file opens within a secure micro-VM, users still have full access to do their jobs-they can read, edit, save, copy, and perform other file actions based on your administrative settings-safe in the knowledge that no malicious activity can ever reach the host PC, the file system, or network resources.
Secure Platform Integration and Customization
Bromium Secure Monitoring integrates with Bromium Secure Files and Bromium Secure Browsing for unmatched protection and visibility. Administrators can customize the threat model, allowing enterprises or government agencies to specify custom rules to flag malicious behavior. This threat model is applied in real time to the Application Flow to identify active malware.