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Bromium and Scalar Partner to Provide Next-Generation Endpoint Protection

Scalar Delivers Bromium to Combat Cyber Attacks

CUPERTINO, CA and TORONTO, ON -- (Marketwired) -- 08/14/14 -- Bromium®, Inc., the pioneer of a new model of endpoint security using micro-virtualization, and Scalar, Canada's leading IT solutions integrator, today announced a partnership to deliver Bromium's vSentry® and LAVA™ enterprise solution through Scalar. In conjunction with the announcement, Bromium and Scalar will be co-hosting, "Micro-virtualization: Isolation Not Detection," on August 20, 2014 at Scalar headquarters in Toronto, Ont.

"Advanced persistent threats have exposed the inability of malware detection solutions to detect zero-day attacks, let alone their inability to protect against them," said Paul Kerr, President and CEO, Scalar. "Scalar recognizes the need to provide its customers a new generation of endpoint protection and is excited to partner with Bromium to deliver its micro-virtualization 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.

"As organizations grapple with the short-comings of malware detection systems in the post-AV era, solutions integrators can provide the expertise and direction to stay ahead of the competition," said Jarrett Miller, VP of Global Channel Sales, Bromium. "Next-generation endpoint protections solutions are positioned to revolutionize the security industry and Scalar will be at the front lines of delivery and implementation."

Scalar is an engineering-led IT solutions integrator focused on infrastructure, security, and cloud, with offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary and London. Scalar leverages exceptional technical talent to deliver best of breed solutions to all types of organizations, especially those within the government, financial services, higher education, healthcare, oil & gas, and media & entertainment industries.

Bromium and Scalar will be co-hosting, "Micro-virtualization: Isolation Not Detection," a technical lunch-and-learn on August 20, 2014 at Scalar headquarters in Toronto, Ont. Register here: http://blog.scalar.ca/introducing-bromium

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.

For additional information, visit www.bromium.com
Follow Bromium on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bromium

About Scalar Decisions
Scalar is Canada's leading IT solutions integrator, focused on infrastructure, security, and cloud. Founded in 2004, Scalar has offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa, Montreal, and London. For the past five years, Scalar has been named on the PROFIT list of the fastest-growing companies in Canada.

For further details, visit www.scalar.ca
Follow Scalar on Twitter, @scalardecisions.

Press Contact:
Clinton Karr
Sr. PR Manager
Bromium
Email Contact
(408) 514-5962

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