Mosaic evaluated the following vendors before choosing Bromium: Carbon Black, Invincea, and SentinelOne.
Mosaic faced the following security challenges before implementing Bromium: zero-day threats, malvertising, email attachments, unauthorized file transfers, drive-by-attacks, watering holes, (spear) phishing, ransomware, persistent attacks, targeted attacks, downloads and wanted to prevent data loss.
The top purchasing drivers for Mosaic when purchasing Bromium was to secure a mobile workforce (e.g. work anywhere, click on anything) and protect business assets (e.g. brand reputation, intellectual property, etc.).
Mosaic chose Bromium for virtualization-based isolation, CPU enforcement, protection and self-remediating solutions.
Mosaic achieved the following results with Bromium:
- Strongly agrees they no longer worry about endpoint security after installing Bromium.
- Agrees Bromium’s micro-virtualization approach greatly exceeded their expectations for changing their enterprise security strategy.
Mosaic agrees that after implementing Bromium:
- Remediation and patching has been significantly reduced.
- Bromium gives them a business advantage because their end-users can work without a lot of security concerns.
- They don’t worry when folks travel with their computers because they know they are protected.
- They can (or already have) let go of other security solutions because Bromium covers them in that area.
- Ransomware, malvertising, and other inbound threats no longer worry them.
- They haven’t had a breach on a protected endpoint.