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virtual machine

n.
A software program that emulates a hardware system.
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and technology integrator, Science Applications International Corp (SAIC), announced that Bromium vSentry and Live Attack Visualization Analysis (LAVA) have been added to SAIC's CyberSecurity Edge solution.
Bromium vSentry and LAVA allow end-user protection and full into today's advanced cyber attacks, by using hardware-isolated micro-virtualization.
SAIC will use Bromium vSentry and LAVA internally as an organization-wide solution securing SAIC workers, as a Bromium customer.
According to NSS Labs, Bromium vSentry defeated 100 percent of the attacks launched against a Windows 7[R] desktop during testing
In test results just published by NSS Labs, Bromium vSentry protected endpoints from every attack, confirming that Bromium vSentry sets a new industry standard for endpoint security.
NSS Labs testing verified that Bromium vSentry managed to defeat and automatically remediate all attacks, including 166 embedded exploits delivered via email to Microsoft Outlook[R], 153 drive-by attacks delivered via HTTP and HTTPS, and 15 advanced attacks using the Metasploit penetration testing toolset that incorporated advanced obfuscation and evasion techniques in an attempt to bypass protection.
Bromium will present its vSentry product, based on the Bromium Microvisor[TM], during the 2012 SINET Showcase to be held October 25th at the National Press Club in Washington D.
Bromium introduced its vSentry product earlier this month, allowing IT departments to focus resources on strategic objectives, safely embracing key trends in mobility and consumerization of IT.
vSentry protects Windows[R] PCs by design from undetectable advanced malware that attacks the enterprise by tricking users into opening poisoned attachments, documents, and websites.
Bromium vSentry de-couples protection from detection, with an architecture designed to safeguard vulnerable tasks using hardware isolation.