Bromium strengthens its position in the Asia Pacific region in order to meet the demands for endpoint security through isolation

By | September 13, 2019

A Cupertino-based developer and leader in application isolation and containment which uses virtualization-based security to isolate and halt attacks by advanced malware, BromiumĀ®, Inc., has publicized how it has joined forces with Broad Corp/GSN in order to acknowledge the rising endpoint security concerns faced today by the establishments in the Asia Pacific region.

The chief executive officer of Bromium Inc., Gregory Webb, stated how the Asia Pacific region is a significant growth driver for Bromium and that they are observing tremendous demand for innovative solutions which are able to safeguard users and endpoints from sophisticated, targeted cyber threats. He added how the coming 202 Olympics set to take place in Tokyo, particularly, might encourage cybercriminals to initiate all kinds of malware, ransomware, and various other campaigns. Using Bromium protection through isolation, establishments throughout the area will be able to greatly lessen the threat of compromise and effect to their efficiency.

Broad Corp/GSN and Bromium are intending to launch a Cybersecurity Summit so as to encourage the awareness in people regarding isolation technology. The event intends to unite cybersecurity personalities from throughout Japan so as to discuss the hardships encountered and the strategies acquired for the protection of establishments, sensitive infrastructure, and IT settings, particularly as international high-profile cases approach such as the 2020 Olympics.

A board member and strategic advisor of numerous cybersecurity firms based in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Japan, Dr. Shane Shook will be a chief speaker at the Cybersecurity Summit. Shook brings alongside him elaborate know-how of cybersecurity concerns throughout the commercial enterprise and the U.S. security agencies. He also offers proficient witness support and facilities in linked investigations and has a history in delivering critical enquiry and reports in as many as 500 cases of governance and information management for numerous sectors of the industry.