- US Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) security experts are evaluating how organizations can better protect their endpoints from existing and Zero-Day threats with two endpoint security capabilities: Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Application Isolation and Containment.
- Multiple US federal government agencies have validated Application Isolation and Containment as a foundational security strategy.
- Bromium has a revolutionary approach to securing endpoints that avoids reliance on detection (with its patient-zero dependencies) in favor of protection through safe, contained and self-remediating virtual environments.
Earlier this year the US Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) acknowledged what many companies have been grappling with for some time: endpoint security solutions need to be “modernized” to protect against increasingly sophisticated and evolving threats. (See “The evolution of endpoint security” at https://www.disa.mil/NewsandEvents/2018/evolution-endpoint-security.)