The Godfathers of Virtualization Returning to VMWorld
- Ian Pratt and Simon Crosby sold XenSource to Citrix in 2007.
- After working at Citrix, they decided to once again spin off and focus on cybersecurity.
- They are available to meet during VMWorld if you’d like to talk virtualization and security.
We think of them as The Godfathers of Virtualization. They work they did with XenSource lead to what is today’s cloud computing. Bromium co-founders Ian Pratt and Simon Crosby never stopped believing in the power of virtualization. That’s what makes their return to VMWorld so meaningful. It is also what makes our cybersecurity product so solid.
Read: Can a “Superpower Force Field” Protect IS from Hackers? – Matthew Wall, BBC
The secret to virtualization-based security, or application isolation and control as Gartner is now referring to it (the NSA calls application isolation and containment the way forward for government entities), is using the hypervisor to kick off a micro-virtual machine to contain untrusted activities. That’s a complex sentence that essentially means the things you do regularly on your computer – download files, open applications, browse the internet – happen within a container.
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