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Bromium Partner Network Expands to Meet Global Demand for Virtualization-Based Security

Bromium, Inc., the pioneer and leader in virtualization-based enterprise security that stops advanced malware attacks, today announced its channel program Bromium Partner Network has generated strong global traction and accelerated adoption of the Bromium Secure Platform in the enterprise, which enables easy deployment of Bromium solutions and rapid time-to-value for partners and customers.

"The tremendous response to our channel program underscores the unique value proposition of Bromium in the market," said Gregory Webb, Bromium CEO. "There is growing global demand for enterprise security solutions that offer seamless deployment and reliable protection against malware, and Bromium checks both boxes. We are committed to our channel partners and together provide a path to unparalleled enterprise security and customer success."

The Bromium Partner Network features commercial and government partners from across the globe, including Alpha Generation Distribution, Carahsoft, Critical Design Associates, DefendEdge, IPSS and Satisnet, to name a few. These partners are technically proficient in Bromium's virtualization-based cybersecurity platform and understand the power of virtualization to combat growing cyber threats and attacks via application isolation.

"If you are an operations-oriented service delivery team and understand the true security challenges, Bromium is really the best solution for your customers," said Anthony DiDonato, CEO of Critical Design Associates, an information technology consulting firm based in the U.S. "Virtualization and security are two markets that often cause product fatigue for my customers. Bromium is the one solution customers see and think, ‘Not only do I get it, but I need it.' Bromium is leading the charge in this category of application isolation and control."

Gartner recognizes application isolation as a security solution to protect endpoints against sophisticated malware. Using CPU-enforced micro-virtualization, which sits below the operating system kernel on endpoint devices without impacting their performance, users of the Bromium Secure Platform can download executables and click on links to get their jobs done without risk of compromise because every task is completed in a disposable, isolated VM.

"As a Bromium partner for over three years, we have been impressed with the company's new channel strategy and focus," said John McCann, managing director at Satisnet, a leading IT security reseller based in the U.K. "The Bromium channel and sales teams work closely with us to deliver true customer value."

Bromium self-defends and self-remediates, providing tremendous advantage over the traditional detect-to-protect approach, and enables organizations to defend endpoints against both known and unknown attacks, while increasing user productivity and protection. Instead of being afraid of malware, ransomware or breaches, organizations can let attacks run safely inside the container, which provides powerful threat intelligence; the task is isolated and the attack thwarted without any need for re-imaging or remediation.

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Published Friday, September 22, 2017 7:28 AM by David Marshall
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