Bromium ROI

Hugh Percy
Manager of Cyber Security Operations at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have definitely saved money in remediation expenses since implementing Bromium. With Bromium we don't have to worry about malware being on those systems, for the departments that it's in. That saves money in that we don't have to send a technician to those areas to see if problems can be cleaned and, if not, to clean them, re-image them, etc. So the time that they don't have to do that means that that person can be doing something more productive or handling another situation. That definitely saves us overhead. We haven't done any detailed margins analysis but we recognize from day-to-day operations that we are saving. Definitely. That's easy to see. There is ROI in the ability to see patients and to map out a plan with patients according to what is read on the scan that the Radiologists receive. Since we now don't get bogged down with the AV scanning of a particular image, we can see more. We can do more with patients. That's a return on investment right there. View full review »
Director11e9
Director of Information Security with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have definitely saved money in remediation expenses. Where we've seen the improvement is in the decrease in times where our desktop people have to go get a computer and re-scan it or clean it or re-image it. We have a fairly small team here so ROI is not a metric that we can really keep. It's hard to say what the ROI is on a machine that doesn't get infected, that might have gotten infected. Certainly we've had cases - one case in particular - where we dealt with them directly and had their engineers on there and it was a big help for a website that was affiliated with our organization. It was infected and it had been flagged by one of our machines that went there through Bromium. We've had some cases like that where we have definitely seen things that could have been big issues, from an IT security side of things, but were not. In terms of ROI, if the issues never happen, what do you see? View full review »
Director78fd
Director of IT Security, Risk and Compliance. at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have not worked to quantify a dollar amount. This is a risk-mitigation strategy. Everything that we do is about deferring potential negative impact. We could spend a lot of time and effort trying to quantify that. For us as a business, it's not worth the time and effort to try to put a dollar amount to it. We've had definitely fewer malware issues that we've had to respond to, which results in less lost productivity. View full review »
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ProductL9ac5
Product Lead at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's hard to calculate ROI. The return we see is, as I mentioned: Previously, we would have to rebuild a workstation. How much that costs in an organization is very dependent on each organization. Let's say it is $5,000 to rebuild a workstation with all the labor, etc. involved. You multiply that by how many infections you have per year. There is your return on investment. I would estimate, based on ten infections a year times $5,000, that we have had some $50,000 in savings a year on labor and rebuilding workstations. In addition, when something does infect a computer, there is always lateral movement that can happen. This prevents all of that, so it gives us more confidence that the problem is contained. View full review »
it_user570567
Director with 51-200 employees
Our ROI is the time saved, both from the security department standpoint of not having to deal with infected computers, and regarding the end-user's increased productivity because the machine is not taken from them and they're not waiting for a loaner machine. View full review »
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