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As the healthcare industry continues to be a major cybercrime target, compliance has gained even more significance. HITRUST certification has emerged as the benchmark for healthcare organizations to demonstrate sound security policies and a commitment to patient privacy. Specialized Healthcare Partners (SHP), a preeminent receivables management company that engaged Armor to establish stringent cloud security policies, achieved HITRUST certification on the first attempt, which is only obtained by a small percentage of initial applicants. This certification positions SHP as one of the only companies in its space to have HITRUST recognition.

Inc. magazine today ranked Armor No. 1115 on its 35th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment— its independent small businesses. Companies such as Microsoft, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, Pandora, Timberland, LinkedIn, Yelp, Zillow, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees of the Inc. 5000.

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Hot Products at Black Hat 2016

Network World | August 17, 2016

Network World

No matter where your sensitive information resides, its security should be a top priority. Armor Anywhere is taking our proven security and compliance posture to those with workloads across public clouds or, within their own IT infrastructure. Network World’s Tim Greene named the solution a ‘Hot Product at Black Hat 2016’.

As growing businesses increasingly rely on public, private and hybrid cloud platforms in addition to internal infrastructures, Armor is launching Armor Anywhere to keep sensitive data safe. With an official debut at Black Hat USA 2016 in Las Vegas from July 30 to August 4, Armor Anywhere provides consistent, affordable and user-friendly managed security, with comprehensive visibility and controls to ensure the protection of workloads, assets and applications.

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.