GDPR Compliance

GDPR Compliance

Nov 122018

The Aftershock of GDPR, Part 1

| Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer

John Noltensmeyer | Head of Global Privacy and Compliance Solutions, TokenEx This year, information security professionals experienced a significant impact to the industry: The European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Since its implementation on May 25th, the way companies around the globe handle and store personal data has been nearly revolutionized. In partnership […]

Nancy Free

Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer

Nancy Free, Armor's Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer, has over 20 years of IT experience, including IT governance, risk, compliance, and audit. She has spent over 15 years in the IT Security field leading IT and compliance teams in a variety of industries, including: energy, transportation, construction, mortgage lending, healthcare, and retail.

Apr 192018

SMBs & Security: Focusing on Budget

| Account Executive

You can ask other business executives to what they attribute their success and likely receive a myriad of responses ranging from strategic planning to operations and people. While there’s no right or wrong answer, budget allocation is one of the more critical components for a strong and successful company, especially for small and mid-sized businesses […]

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.

Apr 52018

Ramping Up for GDPR

| Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer

The countdown is on. Only 50 days left until the UK’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25. Replacing the current Data Privacy Directive established in 1995, GDPR will still focus on the overall goal of protecting the data of EU citizens in an increasingly data-driven world. While both directives seek […]

Nancy Free

Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer

Nancy Free, Armor's Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer, has over 20 years of IT experience, including IT governance, risk, compliance, and audit. She has spent over 15 years in the IT Security field leading IT and compliance teams in a variety of industries, including: energy, transportation, construction, mortgage lending, healthcare, and retail.

Oct 32017

GDPR: PLANNING FOR REGULATION OR REVOLUTION?

By John Yates V-LEX Save the date – 25 May 2018, when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA). In actuality, the term “replaces” may not accurately portray the paradigm shift GDPR will bring for both data subjects and those holding their data. In some ways – especially in […]

Jul 142017

Verizon Data Exposure – A Lesson in Cloud Security Hygiene

According to reports, Verizon potentially exposed up to 14 million customers’ personal information in a public-facing Amazon S3 (storage) bucket which was managed by one of their third-party vendors. While fallout from this incident doesn’t seem to be broad at this point, it demonstrates the potential for the mass compromise of corporate and consumer data if proper diligence […]

Jul 112017

Time’s Up: The President’s Cyber Security Executive Order is Being Enforced. What’s Next?

| Head of Security

Today marks 60 days after President Trump issued an executive order that called for government agencies to have conducted security reviews with accompanying recommendations as to what steps will be taken to secure the country’s critical infrastructure, networks and data. It seems clear that the President has good intentions with this aggressive stance. As a […]

Wayne Reynolds

Head of Security

Head of Security, Wayne Reynolds, manages the cyber and physical security operations at Armor. This unique, dual responsibility extends beyond the typical approach many cloud providers take in securing their own operations while leaving customers to fend for themselves. Key to establishing the strategic and operational vision at Armor, Wayne oversees the execution of Security Incident Management, Security Infrastructure, Vulnerability Threat Management, Threat Intelligence, Corporate Security, and Physical Security within both Armor’s corporate and customer environments. He leads Armor's Friendly Network Forces, a one-of-a-kind internal penetration testing organization designed to validate the company’s own security measures and evaluate risk from new or unforeseen threats. Prior to Armor, Wayne served in the U.S. Marine Corps for nearly 20 years where he led the Tactical Information Technology and Avionics Departments. In his civilian career, he has led organizations for a wide range of businesses including Conde Nast Publication, Copart Auto Auctions, Aerojet-Rocketdyne, Citi Group, and GameStop.

Jan 32017

Cyber Security in 2017: What Should We Expect?

Originally featured on vmblog.com This time of year brings a slew of “predictions” from security-minded experts. While this is a format that most have come to expect, with clear indications of storms brewing on a number of fronts, I thought I’d adapt to terminology that better describes what lies ahead  – a “forecast.” The desire […]

Oct 152015

Armor Study Raises Eyes Across Cloud, Cyber Security Industries

Fresh off the public release of Armor’s study with the Ponemon Institute — Cloud Security: Getting It Right — Armor CSO Jeff Schilling and Vice President of Security Wayne Reynolds synced with both eWeek and Dark Reading to explore some of the more telling findings of the report. As Armor reported, most organizations remain divided when […]