We Proudly Accept Two 2016 Homeland Security Awards

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  • Winner! Best Endpoint Detection and Response
  • Winner! Best Anti-Malware Solution
  • The GSN Awards, now in its 8th year, are recognized as the gold standard of accomplishments and the Best of the Best in IT and Cybersecurity.

usa-today-final-12-16Think of this as a blog version of a selfie. We need just a minute to strut our stuff and thank Government Security News for acknowledging our work in endpoint protection and stopping malware.

“We are extremely proud of the work we’ve done protecting government resources against nation-state attacks and are grateful to be recognized by Government Security News for our market leadership,” said Gregory Webb, CEO.

“We are also now seeing how our enterprise customers benefit from our defense-level security and years of interaction with the most security-conscious intelligence, defense and civilian organizations who are our customers.These awards validate our efforts.”

Learn more: Federal Focus

In fact, in a recent TechValidate study of our customers, 74% reported relying on Bromium to protect their business assets – which means they trust us to protect what matters most to their business.

Based on the 2015 State of the Endpoint Report: User-Centric Risk by Ponemon, endpoints (and the humans who use them) present a significant risk to an organization. With our virtualization-based security, end users are protected – even if they are running next-generation anti-virus.

We stop what others miss because applications, browsers, email attachments and files are executed in micro-virtual machines that isolate the threat. That intelligence is then shared throughout the enterprise via high-fidelity alerts. Bromium can be easily deployed and will start providing protection almost immediately, delivering rapid time-to-value for companies that are worried about malware, ransomware and zero-day attacks.

If you’re providing security for a government agency, we’ll be at Spooks and Suits on Jan 11 and 12 if you’d like to talk. Contact us to set an appointment.


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