Bromium, Inc., the pioneer of threat isolation to prevent data breaches, today announced that it is working closely with Microsoft to ensure Bromium micro-virtualization and Windows 10 work better together to provide the most secure endpoint available on the market. The partnership will bring together the new security capabilities coming with Windows 10 and Bromium’s […]
Bromium, Inc., a pioneer in trustworthy computing, has announced the availability of Bromium vSentry 2.0. Powered by its Xen-based Bromium Microvisor™, vSentry 2.0 makes endpoints secure – by design, enabling enterprises to embrace key IT trends such as mobility and collaboration, without risk of attack from insecure networks, the web and malicious documents or media. […]
The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit — The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced the Xen Project is becoming a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project.
Yesterday, Bromium dev team announced that they have just delivered vSentry 1.1. This is the first release that includes the new features that will allow Bromium to extend the groundbreaking security capabilities of micro-virtualization to all enterprise desktops. vSentry 1.1 helps enterprises to secure Windows® XP, both 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows 7, and virtual desktops […]
Think about never never having to worry about malware infiltrating your IT systems ever again. Intressted? Then think about Bromium.Today, the Cambridge firm, Bromium announced the general availability of Bromium vSentry, its first product based on the Bromium Microvisor.
At GigaOM Structure 2012, Bromium, Inc., a pioneer in trustworthy computing, today unveiled its micro-virtualization technology together with plans to transform the security and trustworthiness of enterprise desktops and mobile devices. Bromium also announced it has raised $26.5M Series B funding from lead investor Highland Capital Partners, new investor Intel Capital, and existing investors Andreessen […]
Today Simon Crosby and Ian Pratt, founders of popular Xen open source movement and members of the Citrix CTO Office, announced they will be forming a new company called “Bromium” to target the intersection of virtualization and security. While we will obviously miss their day-to-day presence as employees here at Citrix, we’re genuinely excited about […]