- Microsoft will be including virtualization-based security in their upcoming WDAG release to secure their Edge browser.
- This on-demand webinar shows how you can get VBS now for Windows 7, 8 and 10 with our platform.
- Stop worrying about end-users, downloads, apps, and browsers, instead, let it run in a micro-VM and get the intelligence, not the damage.
Simon Crosby, co-founder of Bromium and our Chief Technology Officer, discussed Microsoft’s upcoming release and what this means for enterprise security.
As those who take security seriously come to terms with the fact that detect, respond, recover just isn’t acceptable anymore. There needs to be more. Malware needs to be contained and prevented from taking hold. That’s where virtualization-based security comes in.
In the following on-demand webinar, Simon talks about the partnership with Microsoft, explains why they are betting on VBS to improve their security and how VBS actually works. He also explains that you don’t have to wait – you can start using VBS today on Windows 7, 8 and Windows 10 by working with us.
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