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Join Jeff Schilling, CISM, Armor, as we explore the significance of the Petya ransomware strain, what you must do to protect yourself and how Armor is fighting against it.
Join Jeff Schilling, Chief Security Officer, Armor, as he explores the significance of this deadly ransomware strain and how we’re working to fight against it.
This webinar discusses how to build your comprehensive cloud security strategy, ensure a consistent security posture across multiple clouds, and evaluate your cloud security investment in 2017.
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to cyber security in the cloud. In this webinar, we break down the shared security responsibility model and what that means to you as an Azure customer.
Public cloud gives you flexibility and scalability. But more often than not, its concept of shared responsibility demands the customer be responsible for securing the hardest part – the data itself. This webinar will cover issues facing public cloud and what you are responsible for.
Kurt Hagerman, Armor, CISO, discusses why threat actors care about healthcare data, the five objectives and challenges in defending healthcare data and the three practices to stay aligned between audits.
Channel cloud players can help customers adopt and leverage public cloud platforms, such as Microsoft Azure, if they can deliver the missing ingredient – security. This webinar takes a look at how Armor adds security and compliance to the flexibility of public cloud.
This webinar discusses security and disaster recovery best practices that ensure your business goes on after disaster hits.
Partner with Armor, share our mission, build secure relationships. We’ve officially launched the Armor Global Partner Program to provide the resources needed to deliver managed, measurable security and compliance services through partners.
Security shouldn’t start on the outside. Most security strategies attempt to detect and stop the threat actors at the edge and provide limited security between VLANs and limited hardening and detection capabilities on the host itself – two points the threat actors are targeting. Defending the end points is a losing battle. Organizations need to focus on deploying multiple security layers from the inside out and leveraging big data analytics to detect at the host level.