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Jun 132019

Security in the Cloud: Azure

| Senior Product Marketing Manager

Digital transformation, cost savings, flexibility, and modernization—these are just a few of many reasons enterprises are investing more into the cloud. More specifically, more companies are prioritizing leveraging public cloud environments. RightScale’s 2019 State of the Cloud Report shows that public cloud adoption is up 91% and that the public cloud is the top priority […]

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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.

May 142019

Moving Sucks: 5 Tips for Painless Cloud Migration

| Director of Product Marketing

Thinking about moving to the cloud? You’re not alone. By 2022, according to Gartner, the cloud will reach the dominance phase of the digital disruption scale—that is, adoption by most enterprises. The cloud will affect not only technology but whole industries, business, and society itself. That transformation has already started. RightScale’s State of the Cloud […]

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.

Events

Aug 22018

AWS Chicago Summit

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Nathan Wells

Feb 202018

Don’t Think IaaS. Think Cloud.

| Account Executive

New and seasoned business owners of technology companies are often consumed with building the best and brightest cloud applications. So much so that the process and go-to-market (GTM) strategy can be rushed, resulting in applications being built with the more familiar Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering vs. exploring all the cloud-native services (PaaS) that are available in […]

Cody Sandone

Account Executive

With more than 10 years in sales roles, Cody is responsible for helping businesses and clients navigate security and compliance challenges associated with hosting sensitive data across on-prem, public or private cloud environments, as part of their decision-buying process for Armor's offerings. In addition, Cody founded and owns Sandone Enterprises LLC, an industrial recycling brokerage services firm, and previously worked for AAA Recycling and Impact Realty Group, LLC.

Aug 102016

How Do You Manage Security Across the Hybrid Cloud?

How do you manage security across the hybrid cloud? It’s all about what you’re storing—and where. Cloud platforms come in a lot of flavors these days: private data centers/corporate clouds, semi-public clouds, and the big public behemoths like Amazon, Google and Microsoft. With all different types of data going to all different places, it’s important to have a clear strategy for how security should be ensured to all of your cloud data.