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Aug 72019

A Day in the Life at Armor: Patricia Picco

| VP of Customer Experience and Operations

“We see our customers as invited guests to a party, and we are the hosts. It’s our job every day to make every important aspect of the customer experience a little bit better.” – Jeff Bezos, CEO, Amazon We’ve learned a lot throughout this series about how crucial diverse teams are in protecting our clients. […]

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Patricia Picco

VP of Customer Experience and Operations

Patricia Picco has a tenacious attitude when it comes to helping customers achieve success. She has nearly 20 years of experience leading key initiatives that have helped improve her previous companies. Her previous roles have included: Director of Business Process Improvement and Enterprise Program Manager at Crossmark, and HR Service Delivery Leader at Invensys.

Jul 302019

Introducing Matt Cook, VP of Channel and Alliances

| VP of Channel and Alliances

In June, we announced the launch of our newly enhanced global partner program. Since then, we’ve been working diligently to continue strengthening the program for participating partners. That includes hiring Matt Cook, the newest addition to the lineup of Armor heroes, who is now at the helm of our Global Partner Program. Matt joined our […]

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Matt Cook

VP of Channel and Alliances

Matt joins Armor as the Vice President of Channel and Alliances. He comes to Armor from Commvault, a cloud backup and recovery technology company, where he served as Senior Director for the Americas VAR, Alliances, and OEM teams. He later took over as Vice President of the company’s Service Provider and Geo sales segments. Matt comes to us with a wide breadth of experience leading and growing partner programs at Commvault, Forsythe and Cisco. While at Cisco, Matt spent 7 years leading a team of direct and indirect team members supporting some of the company’s largest partners in the U.S. He also successfully spearheaded the creation of Cisco’s Global Virtual Distribution Model and co-led the company’s global collaborative initiative known as the Global Partner Network (GPN). In this role he served as chief architect, defining and guiding Cisco’s strategy for global go-to-market through channels.

Jul 92019

Cloud Security – The Triple Play

| Head of Alliances

Within the hyperscale economy of the public cloud, companies are looking to achieve numerous business outcomes. Some of these outcomes include cost optimization, fast rates of deployment, service availability, and the security of mission critical assets. Because of the cloud’s ability to grow at a substantial scale due to elastic environments, some of these outcomes […]

Stan Golubchik

Head of Alliances

Stan is responsible for driving Technical and Strategic business development and Go-To-Market relationships as they pertain to partnerships with Armor. He looks to identify and incubate deeper solution integrations from micro-services to comprehensive security solutions interoperability.  

Possessing rich experiences and acumen to identify technical and business objective intersects, he drives overall business growth and solutions delivery. This is achieved by bringing a wide array of experience from sales engineering, technical marketing management, and security solutions architectural experience. Successful relationship growth has been achieved through cloud service providers, and extensive ISV ecosystems.

Jun 262019

Securing Apps and Data in the Public Cloud – It Takes a Village

| Director of Partner Marketing

  Adversaries are using sophisticated tactics to bypass security defenses and infiltrate networks. The same is happening and becoming much more prevalent in public cloud environments. Data stored in the cloud becomes that much more susceptible and it’s even more imperative to ensure security measures are in place when migrating to the cloud. Cloud infrastructure […]

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Leah McLean

Director of Partner Marketing

Leah McLean is passionate about building and managing G-to-Market strategy and marketing programs with a strong interest in the alliance and channel partner psyche. She’s focused on evolving the Armor partner program and driving campaigns that help partners achieve success with customers and in the market. Leah is an active outdoor junkie always chasing adventure

Apr 42019

Learnings from Analysis of 11 Major Misconfiguration Incidents

| Senior Product Marketing Manager

As we continue to discuss Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) tools as they evolve in the marketplace and within our own portfolio, it’s also necessary to consider why they’re important. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some context on major data breaches making headlines over the past couple of years, including Dow […]

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David Lorti

Senior Product Marketing Manager

David Lorti is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Armor. He is responsible for market and competitive analysis, sales enablement and go-to-market for new Armor offerings related to Armor’s Armor Anywhere solution. He has long-standing experience in the cybersecurity and technology industry launching cloud security and managed security, security and risk consulting, threat intelligence and incident response offerings. He graduated with a Masters of International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University.

Feb 142019

Head in the Clouds: Security-as-a-Service

| Director of Product Marketing

When you consider all the moving pieces of your cloud security strategy—people, tools, processes, regulatory issues, etc.—is the total cost of ownership sustainable for your business? Do you have the right talent and tools in place to monitor, detect, and respond to threats in real time, 24/7/365? With limited budget and resources, companies are cobbling […]

Ryan Smith

Director of Product Marketing

With 10 years of experience, Ryan Smith serves as Director of Product Marketing at Armor; he is passionate about telling stories about how companies are achieving security and compliance in the cloud. Ryan regularly speaks nationwide at conferences, user groups, and special events on the topics of cloud security, compliance – PCI, HIPAA, and GDPR, and developing secure cloud architectures. Previously, he served as a Sr. Product Manager focused on bringing Armor Anywhere (a managed, scalable security solution that protect virtual machine instances hosted on public, private, hybrid or on-premise cloud environments) and its future iterations to market; he also has been an integral part of developing Armor’s compliance matrix mappings and the industry defining cloud adoption framework for HIPAA compliance. At prior companies, he served as the Founder, Head of Product or Marketing Manager for various SaaS businesses. Ryan holds a PhD in Mass Media and Communication Studies from European Graduate School.

Feb 52019

Women in Cybersecurity: Marie Garcia

A Conversation with Marie Garcia, Armor’s IT Compliance and Audit Manager Did you know that many of computer technology’s earliest innovators were women? In the 1840s, Ada Lovelace devised the first algorithm for Charles Babbage’s analytic machine, an early computer prototype. About three-quarters of the Bletchley Park team that broke the Nazis’ ENIGMA code during […]

Jan 312019

Women in Cybersecurity: Nancy Free

A Conversation with Nancy Free, Armor’s Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer as well as Head of Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) and Privacy It’s been estimated that more than 1 million security jobs are unfilled. Further, the international cybersecurity non-profit ISC2 reports that, of the currently employed cybersecurity professionals, women represent only 11% […]

Jan 292019

Cyberthreats Against Cloud Data

In the past year and a half, there has been no shortage of news reports on security incidents involving unsecured cloud services. For example, in Fall 2017, news broke that Accenture, one of the leading global consulting and management firms, accidently left 4 AWS S3 storage buckets open to the public. This essentially gave anyone […]

Jan 222019

Women in cybersecurity: Marilyne Mendolla

Women have made significant progress in cybersecurity over the 6 years since Frost and Sullivan’s 2013 survey, which found that female workers made up just 11% of the global cybersecurity workforce. Today, that number has nearly doubled to 20%, according to CyberSecurity Ventures. That leaves room for improvement, however, since research shows that diverse teams […]