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TechValidate Research on Bromium

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Bromium Case Study

Automatic Data Processing

Introduction

This case study of Automated Data Processing is based on a December 2016 survey of Bromium customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. ADP is a comprehensive global provider of cloud-based Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions that unite HR, payroll, talent, time, tax and benefits administration, and a leader in business outsourcing services, analytics and compliance expertise. Its unmatched experience, deep insights, and cutting-edge technology have transformed human resources from a back-office administrative function to a strategic business advantage.

“A clear differentiator in my security posture!”

Challenges

ADP evaluated the following vendors before choosing Bromium: Cylance. CrowdStrike, Carbon Black, Invincea, SentinelOne and Palo Alto Traps.
ADP was faced the following security challenges before implementing Bromium: : zero-day threats, malvertising, email attachments, drive-by-attacks, watering holes, (spear) phishing, ransomware, persistent attacks, targeted attacks, and downloads.
The top purchasing drivers for ADP when purchasing Bromium:

  • Save money on infrastructure costs for security (e.g. no need for event storage, etc.)
  • Reduce the workload for their teams (e.g. less SOC team time spent investigating threats, etc.)
  • Eliminate crisis patch management
  • Secure a mobile workforce (e.g. work anywhere, click on anything)
  • Protect business assets (e.g. brand reputation, intellectual property, etc.)

Use Case

ADP chose Bromium for instant attack analysis, accelerated enterprise response, security for having never been breached, threat feed, detailed forensics, virtualization-based isolation and CPU enforcement.

Results

ADP achieved the following results with Bromium:

  • Very strongly agrees that they no longer worry about endpoint security after installing Bromium.
  • Agrees that Bromium’s micro-virtualization approach greatly exceeded their expectations for changing their enterprise security strategy.

ADP agrees with the following statements after implementing Bromium:

  • They no longer worry about end-user behavior.
  • They receive fewer false alerts.
  • 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 quickly understand the threat and what it’s trying to do.
  • 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.
  • They get more value from existing business assets.

Bromium Case Study

Mosaic

Introduction

This case study of Mosaic is based on a December 2016 survey of Bromium customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The mission of Mosaic is to help the world grow the food it needs. By striving to produce and deliver the highest quality, most innovative crop nutrition products, it helps farmers rise to the challenge. Since forming in 2004, Mosaic has grown to be a global leader in phosphates and potash crop nutrition. It is proud to be a competitive low-cost producer with strong customer relationships, and the financial strength to invest in growth and innovation. It has led the industry in developing high-quality premium products that help growers succeed. None of Mosaic’s success would be possible without its greatest asset—its people.

“The protection is absolute, there is no question of whether something will be identified as malicious; it’s isolated by default and can’t impact the host, no matter how inventive the attack is.”

Challenges

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.).

Use Case

Mosaic chose Bromium for virtualization-based isolation, CPU enforcement, protection and self-remediating solutions.

Results

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.

Bromium Case Study

National Membership Organization

Introduction

This case study of a membership organization is based on a December 2016 survey of Bromium customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled organization asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

“We have much less concern about endpoints and end users being compromised.”

Challenges

The business evaluated the following vendor before choosing Bromium: Invincea.

The business 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, preventing data loss and targeted attacks.

The top purchasing drivers for 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.).

Use Case

The business chose Bromium for the following features:

  • Instant attack analysis
  • Detailed forensics
  • Virtualization-based isolation
  • CPU enforcement
  • Protection
  • Self-remediating solutions

Results

The surveyed organization agrees that they no longer worry about endpoint security after installing Bromium and they agree that Bromium’s micro-virtualization approach exceeded their expectations for changing their enterprise security strategy.

The company agrees with the following statements after implementing Bromium:

  • They receive fewer false alerts
  • 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 quickly understand the threat and what it’s trying to do
  • They haven’t had a breach on a protected endpoint

Bromium Case Study

INTERPOL Washington

Introduction

This case study of INTERPOL Washington is based on a December 2016 survey of Bromium customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The mission of INTERPOL Washington, the United States National Central Bureau, is to advance the law enforcement interests of the United States as the official representative to the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL); to share criminal justice, humanitarian, and public safety information between our nation’s law enforcement community and its foreign counterparts, and to facilitate transnational investigative efforts that enhance the safety and security of our nation.

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled organization to evaluate and ultimately select Bromium:

  • INTERPOL Washington evaluated the following vendors before choosing Bromium: Cylance, Invincea, and SentinelOne.
  • INTERPOL Washington faced the following security challenges before implementing Bromium: malvertising, email attachments, drive-by-attacks, (spear) phishing, downloads, ransomware and preventing data loss.
  • INTERPOL Washington’s top purchasing drivers for purchasing Bromium: to reduce the workload for their teams (e.g. less SOC team time spent investigating threats, etc.), eliminate crisis patch management, secure a mobile workforce (e.g. work anywhere, click on anything) and protect business assets (e.g. brand reputation, intellectual property, etc.)

Use Case

INTERPOL Washington is using all of Bromium’s features for secure application, secure browsing, and file protection. They are also using the Bromium Sensor Network and Secure Monitoring to ensure maximum protection.

Results

INTERPOL Washington achieved the following results with Bromium:

  • Strongly agrees that they no longer worry about endpoint security after installing Bromium
  • Bromium’s micro-virtualization approach greatly exceeded their expectations for changing their enterprise security strategy
  • Agrees they receive fewer false alerts; they can quickly understand the threat and what it’s trying to do
  • They gain 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 agree that ransomware, malvertising, and other inbound threats no longer worry them
  • Most importantly, they haven’t had a breach on a protected endpoint

Bromium Case Study

Masonicare Corporation

Introduction

This case study of Masonicare Corporation is based on a December 2016 survey of Bromium customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. Masonicare is a leading provider of healthcare and retirement living communities for seniors. They are not-for-profit and have more than 100 years of experience behind them. They’re recognized for the quality, compassionate care, and steadfast support they provide to their residents and patients.​

“We use Bromium on all our machines in the environment. We use Bromium monitoring on all our machines that are below core I3 processors. Everything we have encountered with Bromium has been great!”

“When someone clicks on a malicious email with an Office document attached, if they have Bromium installed, I let out a big sigh of relief because I know the PC is safe.”

Challenges

Masonicare evaluated the following vendor before choosing Bromium: Carbon Black. The organization faced the following security challenges before implementing Bromium: zero-day threats, email attachments, drive-by-attacks, and ransomware. Their top purchasing driver for purchasing Bromium was to reduce the workload for their teams (e.g. less SOC team time spent investigating threats, etc.).

Use Case

Masonicare chose Bromium for the following features: instant attack analysis, accelerated enterprise response, security for having never been breached, threat feed, detailed forensics, virtualization-based isolation, protection and real-time hunting.

They are using Bromium to protect the following: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Microsoft Office / Office 365, Adobe Acrobat and Reader and Windows 7, 8, & 10.

Results

The Masonicare had achieved the following results with Bromium:

  • Strongly agrees that they no longer worry about endpoint security after installing Bromium.
  • Agrees that Bromium’s micro-virtualization approach exceeded their expectations for changing their enterprise security strategy.

When asked about their experience once using Bromium, Masonicare agrees with the following statements:

  • They receive fewer false alerts
  • They can quickly understand the threat and what it’s trying to do
  • 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
  • Ransomware, malvertising, and other inbound threats no longer worry them
  • They haven’t had a breach on a protected endpoint



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