In our most ambitious update of Armor Anywhere and our cloud security platform to date, we’re releasing a range of new capabilities, enhancing threat detection and response while also giving DevOps and other operators greater operational control and flexibility over their security. These new capabilities enrich the security outcomes and value customers get from Armor.
Ryan Smith, Vice President of Product, and Robert Rea, Director of Application Development, showcase:
- New security features and releases
- How and when customers can take advantage
- Live Q&A
Ryan Smith, Vice President of Product
With 10 years’ experience, Ryan Smith is Vice President of Product, responsible for bringing to market a world-class cloud security and compliance platform. In his current role, Ryan is responsible for the product vision and strategy, product delivery execution, and product culture at Armor. In previous roles, he served as the Director of Product Marketing for Armor, Director of Product for SandBox Commerce, and MuvData Product Manager for The New Office, Inc focused on bringing SaaS technologies to market for modern enterprises. Ryan holds a PhD in Mass Media and Communication Studies from European Graduate School.
Robert Rea, Vice President of Engineering
Robert Rea is Vice President of Engineering, responsible for architecture and development of Armor’s world-class cloud security and compliance platform. Robert’s responsibilities include, overseeing the engineering strategy, providing architectural guidance, and development and implementation of Armor’s security and compliance platform. With over 17 years of experience his previous roles include Director of Engineering for Armor, Application Development Manager for Armor, and Director of Development for ESI Healthcare. Robert received his MBA in Finance and Masters of Accounting and Information Management degrees from University of Texas at Dallas and holds a BS in Computer Science.
Ike Nwabah, Director of Product Marketing
Ike Nwabah is the Director of Product Marketing, responsible for the messaging, positioning, and market & competitive insights at Armor. Ike brings 10 years of experience in the technology industry to his role. Prior to Armor, Ike led the product and go-to-market strategy for the Network Security portfolio at AT&T Cybersecurity. He also has a sales and project finance background with other Fortune 500 organizations. Ike holds an MBA with a concentration in Marketing and International Business from the University of Texas at Dallas.