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The healthcare industry has seen many different threats to protected health information over the years, including efforts to sell data, particularly from hacked websites. But this targeting of massive amounts of healthcare information directly relating to patients, such as complete medical records, is a new market for hackers, says Chase Cunningham, PhD, head of research and development at Armor Defense.

Computerworld’s David Spark asks storage pros, including Armor’s Jim Rexroat, an L3 storage engineer, “How do you increase storage efficiency and reduce storage complexity in the datacenter?” Read what he shared with the publication regarding flash drives and how they allow for much denser storage.

As a company that serves credit unions, banks and other financial institutions, Akouba’s underwriting platform stores sensitive banking and personal information that requires constant monitoring and assessment. Before launching their business, Akouba analyzed multiple hosting partners. Akouba selected the Armor Complete virtual private cloud (VPC) because of its ability to deliver multiple cybersecurity layers combined with military-grade levels of managed security and service.

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Armor Launches Global Partner Program

June 07, 2016

Armor, the leader in active cyber defense, today announced the launch of the “Armor Global Partner Program,” designed to combine managed service providers, resellers and technology partners with the company’s expertise in driving active, managed cyber defense.

In his last military assignment, Armor CSO Jeff Schilling was the Director of the U.S. Army’s global Security Operations Center under the U.S. Army Cyber Command. Needless to say, he is accustomed to the large amount of stress often associated with IT security. In talking with eWeek, Jeff advises those in the industry how best to alleviate some of the pressure.

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Happy Blame Someone Else Day

Dark Reading | May 13, 2016

Dark Reading

May 13 is ‘National Blame Someone Else Day’. To mark the occasion, Armor’s Kurt Hagerman shares his thoughts on how organizations can take more accountability as they build out their security teams and educate the C-level and board to reduce blame and take preventative measures.

While data breaches can take a toll on a company’s reputation, they can also rapidly drain a security budget when funds are needed most. CSO spoke with Armor’s Jeff Schilling and Dr. Chase Cunningham to learn what sage advice the security pros have to offer when it comes to allocating funds for the unexpected.