This submission provides guidance and best practices on securely implementing and configuring Bromium Secure Platform.
- Application Server
- Desktop Client
- Web Server
- Antivirus Software
- Virtualization Server
IT Systems Engineers and Administrators along with IT Security Professionals.
Server Configurations: Server 2008 R2, Server 2012 R2, Server 2016.
Client Configurations: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10.
These recommendations are provided “as is” and should be thoroughly tested before implementing in a production environment to prevent any data loss, interoperability issues, end user disruptions, etc. In addition, these recommendations should be used with existing industry best practices to ensure a wholistic and consistent secure implementation.
The recommendations included in this checklist are supported by Bromium and do not invalidate any existing support agreements or contracts.
This submission including the documentation and policy file is open source and can be freely shared and distributed.
updated to final - 2/20/2018
NIST checklist record last modified on 02/20/2018