Bromium Security Posture
Has your overall security posture improved as a result of adding this solution to your security stack? Please describe how.
Our number one reason for buying it was to avoid phishing campaigns, phishing emails, and contain phishing problems. Our security posture has improved. I don't have any specific metrics but it has definitely contained and prevented some malicious attacks from happening.View full review »
It has reduced the number of virus and malware incidents and calls we have received compared to prior to deploying this product. Our overall security posture has improved. In conjunction with some of the other products that we have, it works well in ensuring that we don't get hit with any sort of malware or ransomware or virus outbreaks. We've been able to isolate and prevent malicious code from external email attachments and from downloaded internet files. Those are the two big areas that have really made an impact.View full review »
Our overall security posture has absolutely improved as a result of adding Bromium to our security stack. We continue to we have less user impact through a significantly reduced amount of malware infections. It's become a non-event.View full review »
Our overall security posture has improved as a result of adding this solution to your security stack. It's definitely a big improvement. We have seen a decrease in infections on our endpoints. That means less helpdesk and office technology people having to troubleshoot issues with machines, scan them, take them out of service, and put them back into service. From an operational standpoint, there has been a reduction in cost, and time spent banging cleaning up machines with infections.View full review »
Our overall security posture has improved as a result of adding this solution to our security stack. In the past, a request might be made like, "Hey, your AV is having some effect on our systems here. We need to exclude this file path because every time your AV scans this file path it makes the system stall or it makes the system freeze. We just can't run this program on the server that's needed for patient care." Or, "We cannot view what we need to view fast enough to be effective." So we would exclude that particular path. The AV would no longer scan a particular area of a computer, whether it's a file path or a file itself, and that would leave us vulnerable. The threat actors out there could leverage that to put malware or that like in that file path. With Bromium, there's no need to exclude anything, any path, any file, because everything is open in a micro VM. We are now more secure because we don't have to exclude anything from being scanned for malicious activity.View full review »