HP has paid an undisclosed sum for anti-malware software producer Bromium, which had raised $110m of funding from investors including Intel Capital.

US-based anti-malware software developer Bromium has been acquired by computing technology manufacturer HP for an undisclosed amount, enabling semiconductor maker Intel to exit. Founded in 2011, Bromium markets endpoint cybersecurity software products that secure devices including computer workstations by employing a virtual sandbox to plug attack vectors and security breaches, providing users with sophisticated details…

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