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June 13, 2017
DALLAS – June 13, 2017 – Armor, The First Totally Secure Cloud Company™, has announced eCloud Managed Solutions, a cloud platform and IT consultant, as the latest addition to the Armor Global Partner Program. Armor will help eCloud secure cloud offerings they sell including public, private, hybrid and on-premise platforms from a variety of vendors. […]
Healthcare IT News | June 10, 2017
Armor CISO Kurt Hagerman talks to Healthcare IT News and discusses the lag of proper security as the threat of ransomware rises.“The healthcare industry is pretty behind the curve from a security standpoint. When you get to healthcare, whose primary business is taking care of people, there’s no standard in terms of service,” said Hagerman. “They all do security in a slightly different way.”
June 08, 2017
DALLAS – June 8, 2017 – Armor, The First Totally Secure Cloud Company™, announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Lara Pryor, director of partner marketing, to its prestigious 2017 Women of the Channel list. The executives who comprise this annual list span the IT channel, representing vendors, distributors, solution providers […]
Healthcare IT News | June 06, 2017
Armor CISO Kurt Hagermen talks to Healthcare IT News about the need for hospitals to educate developers to get the kind of cybersecurity measure that healthcare needs, particularly when it comes to apps that bolt-on to EHRs.
May 30, 2017
DALLAS– May 30, 2017 – As an increasing number of organizations migrate to public clouds, the concept of shared security responsibility which dictates the need for additional security to keep sensitive data safe has emerged to the forefront for decision makers. The Armor Global Partner Program announced today that FutureProof will join its ranks to […]
May 23, 2017
Armor, The First Totally Secure Cloud Company™, has been approved to sell solutions through the “G-Cloud 9” Digital Marketplace making its cloud security services available to UK public sector entities.
Talkin' Cloud | May 18, 2017
Armor’s Jeff Schilling warns others that a breach the magnitude of WannaCry was something other security experts could have helped avoid simply by maintaining patches. “The world knew something like WannaCry could be coming months ago and software companies addressed the issue with a viable patch. The onus was then on organizations to utilize the resources to keep their infrastructure safe. Which, unfortunately didn’t happen in many cases.”
Tech Target | May 05, 2017
“Any IT leader who stands in the way of productivity probably isn’t going to hold the job too long,” said Armor CSO Jeff Schilling to Tech Target’s Sandra Gittlen. Read more about shadow IT and how the era of ‘no way’ is giving way.