20 July, 2011 - 14:45 By News Desk

Bromium

The cyber security company’s technology, honed within Cambridge University, leverages hardware virtualisation – which is on the CPU of every device – to hardware-isolate all operating system tasks that process content from the web, USB or untrusted documents, ensuring that it has no ability to steal data, access networks or infect the endpoint. 

Micro-virtualisation is so important that Bromium has worked with Microsoft to enable Windows 10 to incorporate some of the core technology. It is said to be so secure that no endpoint that it protects has ever been compromised. 

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