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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.”
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.
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.
SC Magazine | May 04, 2017
Armor’s very own Jeffery Schilling talks to SC Magazine in an article commending Cyber Shield 2017, a training the Army National Guard and Reserve ran in order to sharpen skills and practice for situations on the cyber war front. “I believe it is a good idea to train National Guard soldiers to support our Critical Infrastructure providers with expertise in this field because they can operate under Title 32, US Code, with local and state governments, to do consequence management as a result of a Cyber Attack on an ICS that might affect public utilities such as water and electricity,” he said.
Channel Partner Online | May 04, 2017
Armor Partner Marketing Manager Erin Figer talks to Channel Partners about the onboarding process and discusses the difference between partner enablement. She writes, “You will never get a second chance to make a first impression.” With anything new comes excitement around possibilities and eagerness to get started. However, making sure that a supplier relationship gets off on the right foot means starting strong with onboarding and enablement. These are often lumped together as one process, but they’re two distinct activities, with separate outcomes.”
SC Magazine | May 03, 2017
Armor’s Jeff Schilling talks to SC Magazine about the difficulties of attribution. “I once told a reporter, “can you imagine if you could jump into someone else’s skin and rob a bank? It would be difficult to name the true perpetrator. And, unfortunately, that is what it is like when trying to figure out attribution in cyber-space.””