September 26, 2016 6:36 PM ET

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Company Overview of Bromium, Inc.

Company Overview

Bromium, Inc. provides a micro-virtualization technology to address the enterprise security problems and protect end users against advanced malware. It offers Bromium advanced endpoint security product that is used to protect against known and unknown attacks; detect for any malicious execution on every endpoint and each hardware-isolated task; respond for real-time events from various enterprise endpoints; and manage one-click deployment, policy orchestration, and threat management for Bromium-protected endpoints in the enterprise. The company serves customers in industries, such as energy, financial, government, healthcare, high tech, and retail. Bromium, Inc. was founded in 2010 and is he...

20813 Stevens Creek Boulevard

Cupertino, CA 95014-2185

United States

Founded in 2010

Phone:

408-598-3623

Fax:

408-865-0544

Key Executives for Bromium, Inc.

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Director
Co-Founder and Director
Age: 44
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 65
Vice President and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Bromium, Inc. Key Developments

Bromium, Inc. to Open Offices in Germany, Benelux and the Nordics; Announces Executive Changes

Bromium, Inc. announced it secured an additional investment of $40 million to fund its continued growth in the enterprise endpoint security market. The company plans to use the new funds to increase its sales and marketing efforts globally, and to open offices in Germany, Benelux and the Nordics. The company also announced an expanded executive team, including CFO Earl Charles, SVP of Worldwide Sales David Weier, and VP and General Counsel Jan Kang. The company has appointed Earl Charles to CFO, where he will manage the financial functions of the company. Prior to the company, Charles was CFO of AOptix Technologies, Inc., where he led and negotiated several funding rounds and acquisitions in excess of $100 million. Charles also served as CFO of XenSource. David Weier has joined the company as senior vice president of worldwide sales, where he will manage the sales team in delivering further, rapid growth. Prior to the company, Weier was SVP of global sales and business development at Norse. Weier also served as vice president of worldwide sales at Synack. Jan Kang has joined the company as vice president and general counsel, and she will manage the legal and compliance functions of the company. Prior to the company, Kang was vice president and general counsel of AOptix.

Bromium, Inc. Presents at 11th Annual Pacific Crest Emerging Technology Summit, Mar-01-2016

Bromium, Inc. Presents at 11th Annual Pacific Crest Emerging Technology Summit, Mar-01-2016 . Venue: The Park Central Hotel, 50 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States. Speakers: Simon Crosby, Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Director.

Bromium, Inc. Announces vSentry 3.0

Bromium, Inc. announced vSentry 3.0, which features, among other innovations, behavioural executable analysis to protect corporate networks from file-based and file-less targeted attacks and phishing campaigns. With the introduction of executable analysis, Bromium offers the most comprehensive protection and detection endpoint feature set for enterprises against known and unknown threats that attack endpoints from the Web, email, USB, and collaboration and productivity applications. Micro-virtualization reduces the attack surface to prevent compromise, even by zero-day attacks and even on unpatched machines. Isolating threats with Bromium is so phenomenally effective that it has become foundational to my security architecture, said Ken Pfeil, CISO at MFS Investment Management. While advanced attacks target vulnerabilities in commonly-used software, executables boost the threat, offering an easy way to get malware into an enterprise by masquerading as a legitimate program. Traditional malware detection and whitelists dont block these attacks; only isolation does, while reducing the risk of exposure and rate of high false positives. Bromium is the pioneer of micro-virtualization, a revolutionary security technology that uses endpoint CPU virtualization to automatically and invisibly hardware-isolate threats, preventing data theft, eliminating persistence and blocking access to the enterprise network. Micro-virtualization also delivers unparalleled visibility into the techniques, origins and targets of malware, enabling real-time detection of attacks and rapid enterprise-wide response.

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