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The Cambridge Analytica Data Probably Isn’t on the Dark Web — But More Dangerous Personal Information Might Be

Business Insider | March 23, 2018

Between data breaches and legitimate data brokers and advertisers, there is a mountain of personal information about you online. Armor security expert Corey Milligan weighs in.

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The Dark Web: How Much is Your Bank Account Worth?

ZDNet | March 20, 2018

Your personal and financial information is worth its weight in gold to cybercriminals. In this article, ZDNet discusses Armor’s Black Market report and looks at how much your data can sell for on the Dark Web.

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Securing the Cloud in Health Care is a Shared Responsibility

DotMed | March 19, 2018

As the cloud becomes more prominent in health care IT systems, organizations are increasingly concerned with how to best migrate security and compliance controls to the cloud alongside their data and applications, explains Armor CSO Wayne Reynolds.

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Honeypot Draws Thousands of Hackers to Fake Medical Websites

Healthcare Analytics News | February 20, 2018

To demonstrate the importance of a layered approach to cloud security, Armor set up a honeypot to observe attacker activity. The honeypot quickly came under fire. Find out what the experiment showed.

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Visualize Health Selects Armor to Provide Advanced Cyber Security for Mission Critical AWS Workloads

December 19, 2017

DALLAS – Dec. 19, 2017 – Over 5 million healthcare records have been exposed through data breaches in 2017[1], ranking the industry second on a growing list of targets. Visualize Health, LLC, a healthcare analytics company, announced today that they have selected Armor, a cloud security service provider, to ensure the safety of patient information […]

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Two become one – IT security best practice in healthcare consolidations

Becker's Hospital | October 13, 2017

The healthcare industry is experiencing a rapid increase in acquisitions, often resulting in the overlapping of several disparate systems that quickly become a security risk. Armor CISO Kurt Hagerman discusses what needs to be done during the consolidation process that will keep security top of mind. 

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DevOpsSec: A Big Step in Cloud Application Security

Dark Reading | October 13, 2017

In his years of experience within cyber security industry, Armor CSO Jeff Schilling has come to fully believe that the cloud is a better security option for applications. In his most recent Dark Reading blog, he discusses the emerging of DevOpsSec that could be on track to make the cloud even more secure. 

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Myth busted: Firewalls and security software help, but they aren’t all you need

Healthcare IT News | September 26, 2017

Hospitals often put too much weight on the latest technology solution, but these “shiny objects” are still being breached. “The issue is that the security market is broken — and not just the security startups,” said Kurt Hagerman, chief information security firm for Armor. “All of the solutions get over-marketed as the silver bullet, as able to protect and keep the bad guys at bay.” Learn more in Healthcare IT News’ latest article. 

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Building A Strong Foundation: How Network Architecture Dictates IT Security

Forbes | September 22, 2017

Forbes Technology Council Member and Armor CSO Jeffery Schilling discusses two high-level architecture principles – segmentation and lateral movement – in his most recent Forbes piece.  “In my discussions with CIOs and CISOs about security challenges, many describe their networks as a jelly doughnut: hard outer shell but gooey in the center,” said Schilling. “Another common description is “my network is flat — very flat.” If this sounds familiar, these issues must be addressed prior to making significant investments in security tools and solutions.”

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Top 10 most desired traits for cybersecurity job candidates

SC Magazine | September 19, 2017

Organizations looking to  hire cybersecurity talent know all too well the challenge. Founder and CEO Chris Drake talks to SC Magazine’s Doug Olenick about the intangible characteristics he looks for in candidates. To learn what he listed when it comes to cerebral, instinctive and emotional traits stand out at Armor.