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Bromium and The Herjavec Group Partner to Deliver Innovative Endpoint Protection

Advanced Security Solution Now Available to Canadian Customers

CUPERTINO, CA and TORONTO, ON -- (Marketwired) -- 08/14/14 -- Bromium®, Inc., the pioneer of a new model of endpoint security using micro-virtualization, and The Herjavec Group, a leading North American MSSP (Managed Security Services Provider) and integrator, announce a partnership to deliver Bromium's vSentry® and LAVA™ enterprise solution enabling organizations to secure their end users' devices while dramatically reducing IT operational costs.

"Cloud computing and mobile workforces have eroded the network security perimeter, underscoring the need for effective endpoint protection," says Founder and CEO Robert Herjavec. "The Herjavec Group recognizes that traditional signature-based solutions, such as antivirus, are unable to prevent advanced cyber attacks, so we are proud to be able to offer Bromium's innovative endpoint protection solution."

Bromium vSentry® and LAVA™ use hardware-isolated micro-virtualization to enable unparalleled end-user protection and complete visibility into today's advanced cyberattacks. Bromium solution partners have been trained in the deployment, management and integration of Bromium vSentry® and LAVA™ solutions to securely enable the productivity benefits of cloud computing, employee mobility and legacy JAVA dependencies.

"The Herjavec Group is a trusted provider of security solutions to leading enterprises worldwide, which makes them well-positioned to help customers realize the benefits of advanced malware protection and real-time threat intelligence," said Jarrett Miller, VP of Global Channel Sales, Bromium. "Endpoint protection remains one of the hottest security markets and The Herjavec Group is among the most savvy providers, which makes this an exciting partnership."

The Herjavec Group has quickly built its excellent reputation as a trusted, practical cyber security partner including recently spearheading a successful response to a massive U.S business breach, coordinating with all security partners including the US government. With a recent expansion into the United States, The Herjavec Group continues to defend critical IT infrastructure from increasingly sophisticated and sustained threats, both external and internal, 24/7/365.

About Bromium, Inc.
Bromium is re-inventing enterprise security with its powerful new technology, micro-virtualization, which was designed to protect businesses from advanced malware, while simultaneously empowering users and delivering unmatched threat intelligence to IT. Unlike traditional security methods, which rely on complex and ineffective detection techniques, Bromium protects against malware from the Web, email or USB devices, by automatically isolating each user-task at the endpoint in a hardware-isolated micro-VM, preventing theft or damage to any enterprise resource. Bromium's technological innovations have earned the company numerous industry awards including being named as a CNBC Disruptor and a Gartner Cool Vendor for 2013. Bromium counts a rapidly growing set of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies as customers, including NYSE and BlackRock.

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About The Herjavec Group
Dynamic IT entrepreneur Robert Herjavec founded The Herjavec Group (THG) in 2003 and it has quickly become one of the fastest-growing technology companies in North America with sales of over $125 million. The Herjavec Group delivers managed security services globally supported by a state-of-the-art Security Operations Center operated 24/7/365 by certified security engineers. This expertise is coupled with a leadership position across a wide range of functions, including compliance, malware/intrusion prevention, risk management and emergency incident response. THG has offices across North America with a Canadian head office in Toronto and US head office in Dallas.

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