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Bromium: Safety In Micro VMs

Gaurav Banga, co-founder and CEO of Bromium, introduced the Cupertino, Calif.-based developer's vSentry technology for developing micro-virtual machines used to isolate customer data from the rest of their infrastructure as a way to prevent attacks on that data via malware.

vSentry offers hardware-level protection of those virtual machines to provide what Banga called an "immune system" to their data.

Bromium's executive team includes two founders of virtualization technology developer Xen, as well as founders of security company McAfee, which was acquired by Intel in 2010.