managed security

managed security

Jul 52018

SECaaS: The Next Generation of Managed Security

| Head of Marketing

Too many security tasks, not enough time. It is a common phrase in today’s organizations as risks, security threats and compliance mandates all conspire to put additional pressure on companies as they seek to use technology to uncover new levels of efficiency. Falling short The cybersecurity skills shortage has become a fact of life for […]

Diana Massaro

Head of Marketing

Diana Massaro, who wields a healthy affinity for data and metrics-based strategy, leads Armor’s dynamic marketing team. With more than 24 years’ experience of delivering positivity, vision and management leadership to the private sector, her skills scale across a variety of disciplines, including large enterprise software and high-volume transaction models. Her previous roles have included: CEO & VP Marketing at Prodagio Software, VP of Marketing at Idera Software, VP of Marketing and Product Management at Datacert.


Jun 202018

Amazon Web Services Denver Meetup

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Rachel Chism


May 92018

AWS Summit London

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Kim Ross


Apr 42018

AWS Summit San Francisco

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Kim Ross

Feb 272018

Security-as-a-Service: The Next Generation of MSSPs

Corporate security teams are fighting battles on two major fronts. On one side, they’re facing an onslaught of cyber threats. And on the other, they must deal with the increasing complexities of technology sprawl, as the constant need for innovation and improvements to customer experiences is making it that much harder on security teams. But […]

Sep 222017

Getting Past the Noise: The Reality of the Equifax Breach

With yet another data breach hitting the news, this time with Equifax, it seems like the public has become somewhat desensitized to the consequences of major events. It’s just money, right? Actually, it’s more than that: these criminal activities provide substantial monetary gains at the expense of human lives.

Flavio Andrade, Vice President, Product Marketing, Armor, takes a look at where the profits from data breaches go and how no one can be indifferent to these events.

Sep 82017

Equifax Breach – Armor’s Take

| Founder & CEO

Another day, another breach. Armor weighs in on the Equifax breach of personally identifiable information (PII) for approximately 143 million Americans as well as UK and Canadian citizens. Those individuals impacted may not even realize they were affected, as credit agencies hold PII from other businesses. This illuminates not just the importance of security, but the role of corporate responsibility as it relates to people’s data. Our team is closely tracking the breach as it develops and continuing to monitor the Dark Web to share the latest insights and potential implications for other organizations.

Chris Drake

Founder & CEO

As the founder and CEO of Armor, Chris Drake oversees the growth, direction, and innovation of the company’s secure cloud services. He fights the status quo every day and ensures that the “smart creatives” at Armor are protected for the benefit of its customers. He understands and accepts the awesome responsibility customers have placed in Armor to protect their most sensitive data. Drake began his career by serving as a paratrooper in the U.S. Army’s storied 82nd Airborne Division. While at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Drake built some of the U.S. Army’s first private secure websites. After leaving the military, he established TargetScope, an interactive marketing and web development company that oversaw hundreds of websites and applications containing critical data. After hearing of clients getting hacked at other hosting providers, Drake saw a clear need in the market for a truly secure cloud and established FireHost (now Armor). In the first few years, Drake led Armor to 100 percent growth three years in a row, establishing the company as the industry’s leading secure managed cloud provider. He served as the company’s CTO in 2014 to help drive its continued innovation and returned to the CEO post in March 2015. Along the way, Drake became a sought-after speaker and writer on topics surrounding the cloud, security, and compliance. He’s often quoted in major industry news sites and speaks at leading industry events. In 2013, he won the Tech Titans Emerging CEO award, which is given to the top chief executive of a successfully emerging business. Drake was acknowledged as one of the top “40 under 40” business leaders by the Dallas Business Journal and received the University of North Texas Distinguished Young Alumni Award. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from the University of North Texas.

May 222017

Getting Out of the Weeds with Managed Cloud Security

While getting your hands dirty is admirable, it’s not always the best way to handle the security of your cloud data workloads and applications. Learn how landscaping and managed cloud security have more in common that you might think.

May 52017

Understanding Totally Secure #2: Managed and Proactive

Jeff Schilling, Armor CISO, explores the importance of managed cloud security and proactive threat management in part two of our Understanding Totally Secure blog series.

Jun 72016

Armor’s New Global Partner Program: Strengthening Focus. Expanding Opportunity.

To help provide our solutions to those who need them most, we work with an extensive network of talented channel partners to lead the charge. Armor provides peace of mind to their customers with the confidence that sensitive data is protected by one of the most trusted names in cybersecurity. As we’ve continued to grow, we have strived to simplify this process and offer solutions that help them close deals faster, with greater margins. To that end, we are evolving and strengthening our partner support with an all new Global Partner Program.