- Prioritize security around common customer pain points with targeted use case deployment
- Run native Chrome on the host for low-risk browsing while safely isolating web file downloads
- Transform raw data into actionable security insights with interactive dashboards and reports
Virtualization-based security has changed the way organizations approach the idea of protecting their intellectual property from malware attacks and preserving their public reputation. It has redefined what it means to have truly secure endpoints while still permitting users to roam the web, click on shared links, and open attachments in their normal business workflows.
But not all organizations have large security teams, a complete security strategy, or the realistic need to protect themselves against all conceivable attack vectors. Many entities are trying to find a flexible solution to secure their most vulnerable assets against the most common attack vectors as quickly as possible, with minimal disruption to users.
The same key attack vectors are keeping security professionals up at night across industries and organization sizes:
- Email attachments – users click on malicious attachments, triggering ransomware, remote access trojans, and credential theft
- Spear phishing – users are tricked into clicking on malicious links in clever targeted email, leading to browser exploits and drive-by malware attacks
- Malicious downloads – users inadvertently download weaponized documents and malicious executable files
Out-of-the-box security for common use cases
Since these attack vectors are common to everyone, we’ve packaged them up as targeted “use cases” enabled with just a few clicks right out of the box. That’s exactly what you’ll get with Bromium Secure Platform 4.1, which is shipping later this month.
With turnkey use cases, customers realize Bromium’s unique security value faster, enjoy clearer ROI, and experience smoother user adoption. Similarly, Bromium Channel Partners can quickly demonstrate these prepackaged solutions to show virtualization-based security effectiveness – one attack vector at a time.
Secure user-centric browsing
Bromium 4.1 also focuses on streamlining the secure web browsing experience. It offers users a choice of native Chrome running directly on the host for low-risk browsing, or isolated browsing in the Bromium Secure Browser for suspected phishing links and unknown websites. We’re providing users with the web experience they expect, balanced with the security results their organizations demand. As always, Bromium application isolation protects your web file downloads against malware, regardless of your browser choice.
Actionable insights at a glance
To clearly visualize Bromium’s security value, the upcoming release adds a collection of new dashboards and reports brimming with relevant information for stakeholders across the board, including summary reports for executives and clickable dashboards for desktop operations and security teams. We’ve also streamlined the threat triage process and added contextual information for incident responders to help them maintain situational awareness and keep on top of their security posture.
Bromium Secure Platform 4.1 will be available later this month. Click here to request a demo.
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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Bromium authored by Michael Rosen. Read the original post at: http://blogs.bromium.com/bromium-secure-platform-4-1-simplifies-virtualization-based-security/