Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Toward “Trustworthy By Design”

Toward “Trustworthy By Design”:
Today I was delighted to be back on stage at GigaOM Structure, a year after  Ian, Gaurav and I announced we had c0-founded Bromium.   We announced our Series B Funding, led by Highland Capital Partners, new investor Intel Capital, and existing investors Andreessen Horowitz and Ignition Partners.
We also began to describe our technology.   A quick reminder of our goal: We aim to transform the resilience of computer systems, starting with PCs.  This is in every way a “grand problem” – the challenge of  Trustworthy Computing.  It is not a goal that is attainable overnight, or in a year or two, or three.   But it is a goal towards which we hope to offer substantial progress through innovation in systems software.
Our technology is part virtualization, part security, part deep-systems, so who better to critique it than  Brian Madden?    Brian has (fearlessly) fostered debate in the IT Pro community about the transformation of the desktop, consumerization of IT, mobility and desktop virtualization, taking strong positions on technology and tirelessly advocating the cause of IT Pros and even end-users.  He invited me to contribute a guest blog, for which I’m grateful.  Tal Klein and I will also be at BriForum to do a deep dive and demos.
So, without further ado, for a blog-sized description of Bromium Micro-virtualization, please head on over to, and let us know what you think.

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