How to Get the Bromium Free Beta – Click with Confidence

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Folks have been asking for a consumer version for years.

Perfect for PC users who want to download files and browse the internet without worry.

Taking names now, will ship this summer.

The time’s come to share virtualization-based security with folks who understand the value it brings.

We’ve launch over a billion micro-VMs and so far, none of our customers have reported a breach (it’s good luck to knock on wood right?). We’re proud of that fact. We’re also proud of the fact we’ve optimized Bromium so that now easier to use than ever before with a reduced footprint that doesn’t compromise computing power.

Register for the free beta here.

What’s the LTS COOK all about?

It’s our show theme this year: Break Bad (as in beat the cyber criminals) and we had a great time letting it run at RSAC 2017. We’ve included a few photos below to let you share in the fun. We’ll also be taking the show on the road at InfoSec in London in June and of course, Black Hat in Las Vegas this summer. In the theater, we had a revealing demonstration showing how repacked malware goes undetected (watch it) and we also showed off the new HP computer featuring HP Sure Click, the first iteration of  VBS built-in (rather than bolted on) to protect end users.

So if you’re ready to use our game-changing technology to protect your personal computer, register today. And if you want one of these awesome mini-license plates as a keepsake, send me a self-addressed envelope (I’ll cover the postage). Send to:

United States: Jen Carole, Bromium LTS COOK, 20813 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014

United Kingdom: Jen Carole, Bromium LTS COOK, Second Floor, Lockton House, Clarendon Rd, Cambridge CB2 8FH, United Kingdom

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When you’re the youngest person on the team, you do the dirty work!

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Wouldn’t be the RV without the work shirt hanging outside.

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Our steel drums were the perfect demo pod for the HP Elite with HP Sure Click.

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