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CEO Tim Eades featured on CNBC's SquawkBox to discuss how global governments and enterprises are investing in protecting "data everywhere", especially in the cloud, with new software-based approaches to security.

In the News

CEO Tim Eades featured on CNBC's SquawkBox to discuss how global governments and enterprises are investing in protecting "data everywhere", especially in the cloud, with new software-based approaches to security. Tim explains how traditional security vendors put walls around the castle, while vArmour's micro-segmentation secures the individual assets - from patient records to financial statements - inside the castle walls.

Media Coverage

Network World Product Review: vArmour Flips Security on its Head

Instead of focusing on the bad guys, vArmour identifies good processes and locks them down.

03.06.2017

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The rise of the chief digital officer and six other takeaways from RSA 2017

The cybersecurity industry wrestles with why the Internet isn’t safer after $75 billion in annual spending and how to handle ransomware at one of its marquee annual events.

02.23.2017

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RSAC TV: Tom August Interview

Tom August, CISO of John Muir Health is interviewed by Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark Reading.

02.19.2017

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Intent-Based Security Gains Momentum at RSA

Startups such as Illumio, Twistlock, and vArmour have staked their plans on intent-based security, and at least one established player, Fortinet, is steering its portfolio in that direction.

02.17.2017

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VMblog's Expert Interviews: vArmour Talks Container Innovation, Adoption and Security

Recently, vArmour was awarded a patent for segmenting containers, allowing for container-based security -- applying security policies based on the type of data.

02.07.2017

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The 20 Coolest Cloud Security Vendors Of The 2017

vArmour looks to solve the challenge of distributed, multicloud environments – a security problem that only continues to grow as companies embrace hybrid cloud deployments.

02.07.2017

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10 Essential Elements For Your Incident-Response Plan

The middle of a DDoS attack or ransomware infection is hardly the time to start talking about divisions of labor, or who should do what when.

02.02.2017

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Hackers Lock Down Hotel Rooms In A New Twist On Ransom Attacks

When was the last time you used an actual key to unlock the door to your hotel room? It's been a long time. Computerized key card systems took over ages ago.

01.30.2017

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Protecting Data in the Dynamic New World of Clouds, Containers, and Microservices

vArmour was recently awarded patent number 9,521,115 from the USPTO for security technology for container microservices.

01.14.2017

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Virtualization and cloud-based security

vArmour describes itself on its website as being a “distributed security system that provides insight and control for multi-cloud environments."

12.14.2016

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How to avoid being the next Yahoo

What questions should the CIO/CISO be asking network architects to stay secure.

10.17.2016

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Evolving tech forces fresh look at IT security processes

In this Q&A, vArmour CISO Demetrios Lazarikos discusses how rapidly advancing technology is influencing how companies plan and train employees on new IT security processes.

10.14.2016

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Data leaks evolving into weapons of business destruction

Increasingly, attackers are using data leaks to target the companies themselves, going after proprietary or embarrassing information and releasing it in such a way as to do the most harm

10.03.2016

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Microsegmentation – Secure Your Internal Network

Microsegmentation like that provided by vendors CISCO and VMware state that traditional perimeter defenses akin to medieval castles walls no longer work.

09.20.2016

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vArmour joins the deception-based security game

The latest entrant into the race is vArmour Inc., which today unveiled a new honeypot tool for its namesake breach prevention system that promises to help organizations deflect hacking attempts.

09.07.2016

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vArmour Aligns Marketing, Sales, and Product Development With Marketo

Data center and cloud security company attributes whole-scale implementation of Marketo to success in existing and new markets.

08.04.2016

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vArmour feeling its micro-segmentation market mojo

The company pioneered micro-segmentation security products before the term was fashionable. Now the market better understands the value of vArmour's infrastructure-agnostic approach.

06.24.2016

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DevOps Security in Spotlight as Gartner Names vArmour Cool Vendor

Interestingly enough, only vArmour, one of the new-era cloud security and visibility providers, was noted for supporting security in DevOps environments.

06.17.2016

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BitSight Follows FICO Model as Cybersecurity Ratings Industry Grows

Cybersecurity “companies that can’t maintain constant ethical scrutiny will die off fairly quickly,” Weatherford continues. “There is simply too much competition.”

06.06.2016

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Cloud-based security helps channel partners cut client costs

Channel partners are helping their customers adopt security in the cloud, which executives say provides cost-effective protection compared with on-premises technology.

06.01.2016

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vArmour Networks Secures $41M

Using a technique called micro-segmentation, vArmour allows companies to wrap security around each workload. The product gives company visibility into all of its workloads across clouds, and it allows the company to set up custom alerts about suspicious behavior.

05.24.2016

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Multi-cloud security startup vArmour raises $41M more, led in part by Telstra

vArmour — a startup that offers security solutions specifically aimed at enterprises that run services and apps across multiple clouds

05.24.2016

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Redline Capital and Telstra Invest $41 Million in vArmour

Investors in the round included Redline Capital, a venture capital firm based in Luxembourg, and Telstra, Australia’s largest telecom operator.

05.24.2016

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Fear of Trump presidency led start-up vArmour to raise money now

Security start-up vArmour announced Tuesday that it raised $41 million for global expansion and to accelerate distribution.

05.24.2016

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vArmour Raises $41M to Grow Its Distributed Security System Business

vArmour's focus in the last year has been to simplify the approach for segmenting the network and enable a more rapid deployment.

05.24.2016

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Silicon Valley data security startup raises $41M to expand 

Data center security startup vArmour just raised $41 million in funding, in part to assure it has enough capital on hand to get it through uncertain political times in the U.S. and Great Britain.

05.24.2016

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vArmour raises $41M to cut off malware propagation paths in the enterprise

Money once spent on traditional network protection software is now going to startups like vArmour Inc., which just raised $41 million in new funding to keep the train rolling.

05.24.2016

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Cloud security startup vArmour raises $41 million from Telstra, Redline Ventures

vArmour specializes in application-aware micro-segmentation to bring security analytics to data centers and cloud platforms.

05.24.2016

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Industry Reactions to Bangladesh Bank Hack: Feedback Friday

Cybercriminals stole millions of dollars from Bangladesh’s central bank and they managed to cover their tracks by using custom malware that targeted the SWIFT interbank messaging system.

04.29.2016

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vArmour sets its sights on A/NZ

The datacentre and Cloud security vendor has spotted opportunities to expand into A/NZ.

04.04.2016

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A New Cloud Security Unicorn Will Rise From The Cybersecurity Ashes

After a boisterous 2015, 2016 looks gloomy for the cybersecurity industry as the market correction and uncertain macro economic environment set in.

03.31.2016

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Mark Weatherford talks with Richard Stiennon

Chief Cybersecurity Strategist Mark Weatherford chats with IT Harvest's Richard Stiennon on why he decided to join vArmour on the "dark side" of the InfoSec world and what lessons he is bringing to vArmour as a former CISO.

03.22.2016

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Ready to rumble: Apple vs. FBI

Let's get ready to ruuuummmmmbbbble! In this corner, we have the Justice Department, the prosecutorial arm of the U.S. government and, in its own words, defender of the people.

03.21.2016

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It's Buddy Week

It’s ecosystem partnership week. And data center stalwart Mellanox, SDN start-up Plexxi and Cisco partner vArmour have all delivered.

03.10.2016

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vArmour Becomes a Security Option for Cisco ACI

Startup vArmour has gotten its software approved as a security option to ride on top of Cisco’s Application-Centric Infrastructure (ACI).

03.09.2016

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Facebook Security Chief Envisions Open Platform to Assess Vendors

Facebook Inc.’s current push into the enterprise through Facebook at Work has led the company to investigate how vendor risk assessment could be streamlined using a free and open platform.

03.08.2016

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Information security monitoring, analytics for the digital age

Cybersecurity threats have become a major headache for modern businesses, but they do have their benefits: The rising number of attacks has led to a big increase in cybersecurity intelligence data that can be analyzed to prevent future incidents.

03.07.2016

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The long road ahead: Obama’s cybersecurity action is a step toward change

President Obama’s recent announcement of the creation of the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) made waves across government and tech audiences.

03.07.2016

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One Veteran CISO Shares Strategy for Vetting Cybersecurity Startups

Demetrios Lazarikos, CISO at enterprise security firm vArmour and a former CISO of Sears, has honed his approach to due diligence of cyber startups.

03.07.2016

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HPE teams up with vArmour for application-aware micro-segmentation

I caught up recently with an old friend Dean Hickman-Smith, who is one of the Exec’s at cloud security leader vArmour after they announced a big partnership with HP Enterprises.

02.29.2016

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Micro-Segmentation on the Rise for Cloud Security

The rise in cloud computing and services has meant that organizations have embraced an on-demand infrastructure that enables technical resources to be delivered in an easily consumed and cost-efficient model.

02.19.2016

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Experts See Pitfalls Ahead for Obama's Cybersecurity Plan

A White House proposal to pay student loans to information technology workers needs qualified coders to succeed.

02.19.2016

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The Fight Between The FBI And Apple Is About Setting Precedent, Not Breaking Tech

Former intelligence officers say technology exists that may let the FBI hack into an iPhone used by the San Bernardino shooters, without compelling Apple to help.

02.17.2016

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Congress Republicans rebuff Obama cyber budget effort

Obama ups spending by 35% in the 2017 cyber budget, adds a federal CISO and pushes multifactor authentication, but still faces stiff Republican opposition in Congress.

02.10.2016

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Obama goes hard on cybersecurity, new CNAP commits funds, resources

President Obama's bold Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) drew praise for Tuesday, Safer Internet Day, for including a significant dollar commitment in the fiscal 2017 budget.

02.09.2016

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White House Budgets $19 Billion for New Cyber-Security Measures

The White House calls for more investment in protecting data and proposes to spend $19 billion this year on a variety of security initiatives, including educating consumers to use two-factor authentication.

02.09.2016

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The 20 Coolest Cloud Security Vendors Of The 2016 Cloud 100

By placing distributed sensors and enforcement points deep within the cloud and data center, vArmour is looking to help companies better protect their data in virtualized and cloud environments.

02.02.2016

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Audit uncovers flaws in U.S.'s 'EINSTEIN' cybersecurity program

A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) exposed multiple perceived flaws in the current state of the Department of Homeland Security's National Cybersecurity Protection System.

02.02.2016

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VIDEO - Defending the cloud: CEO

Tim Eades, vArmour CEO, discusses how his company is protecting "data everywhere" and weighs in on the increase in cybersecurity spending.

01.27.2016

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Insurers Getting Smarter About Assessing Cyber Insurance Policy Risks

2016 shaping up to be a year of greater maturity in how insurance companies underwrite their cyber insurance policies.

01.26.2016

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Lessons from ATM Fraud Ring Arrests

The takedown of an Eastern European gang believed to have been responsible for a string of ATM jackpotting attacks across Europe serves as a reminder of why ATMs with outdated operating systems...

01.11.2016

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How CIOs will refine digital transformation in 2016

CIOs are prioritizing different needs as they help their organizations evolve to become more digital thanks to security, mobility, analytics and cloud (or SMAC) technologies.

12.31.2015

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The 10 Coolest Security Startups Of 2015

vArmour is a Mountain View, Calif.-based company that focuses on the ever more important market of cloud and data center security.

12.07.2015

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Toymaker VTech Hit by Largest-ever Hack Targeting Kids

A cyber attack on digital toymaker VTech Holdings Ltd exposed the data of 6.4 million children, in what experts called the largest known hack targeting youngsters.

12.01.2015

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CRN Exclusive: Ex-Cisco President Moore Talks About Why He Left

Former Cisco presidents Gary Moore and Rob Lloyd were the first two top executives to leave the networking leader following the announced appointment of its new CEO Chuck Robbins.

11.24.2015

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Paris Rampage Rekindles Conflict Over Government-Proof Encryption

The recent terrorist attacks in Paris were executed with guns and bombs in the physical terrain of city streets and cafe terraces. But the horrific incident is reviving government calls for greater control of the cyber environment.

11.20.2015

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vArmour Has a Plan for Multicloud Security

Security startup vArmour is taking its shot at playing the role of visionary, as it’s drawn up a plan for adapting enterprise security to the multicloud environment.

11.19.2015

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With A Little Help From Its Friends, vArmour Introduces Multicloud Security Architecture

vArmour is among a new crop of innovative startups developing the next generation of security solutions for the cloud. But in the current threat environment, no vendor should go it alone.

11.17.2015

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4 Barriers to Hiring DHS InfoSec Experts

Weatherford, now chief cybersecurity strategist at data center security provider vArmour, identifies four challenges the DHS faces in hiring so many information security specialists.

11.11.2015

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Former Cisco Exec Moore Joins vArmour Board

Security vendor vArmour announced on Wednesday that former Cisco president and chief operating officer Gary Moore has landed a seat on its board of directors.

11.11.2015

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Exclusive: Ex-Cisco and Aetna Top Execs Join vArmour Board

The data center security company is staffing up with heavy hitters.

11.11.2015

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Politico: On the Move

Cyber is trickling into every kind of policy debate...

11.04.2015

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UK Set to Propose Expanded Powers of Surveillance

Security Company vArmour Hires Homeland Security Vet. Mark Weatherford, a former deputy undersecretary for cybersecurity at the Department of Homeland Security.

11.04.2015

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Security Company vArmour Hires Homeland Security Vet

Barely a day goes by without a news report about a hacker attack, or the revelation of a new security vulnerability to worry about. The rise in computer breaches has sparked a new generation of startups...

11.03.2015

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vArmour Hires Former U.S. Government Cyber Official

Silicon Valley computer security startup vArmour has hired former senior U.S. Department of Homeland Security official Mark Weatherford as its chief cyber security strategist.

11.03.2015

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Security Company vArmour Hires Homeland Security Vet

Barely a day goes by without a news report about a hacker attack, or the revelation of a new security vulnerability to worry about. The rise in computer breaches has sparked a new generation of startups...

11.03.2015

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Nuage Networks Adds Self-Service Certification to Partner Program

Nuage Networks has expanded its channel partner program with the addition of a self-service certification initiative.

10.27.2015

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The Future of Cloud Computing

In order to consider the future of cloud computing, it’s important to realise that there are a number of different adoption scenarios out there.

10.21.2015

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Navigating New Security Architectures For Cloud Data Centers

Micro-segmentation is a revolutionary approach to data center complexity and security. But not all architectures are created equal.

10.21.2015

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vArmour Exends Security to AWS Environment

vArmour, the data center security company that enables organizations to protect their virtualized and cloud assets, today announced that it is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

10.05.2015

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VIDEO - T-Mobile Database Hacked: How did it Happen?

Ryan Wager, vArmour's global threat strategist, discusses the hack of an Experian database containing personal information of T-Mobile customers.

10.02.2015

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Cybersecurity Investment Pays More than Monetary Dividends

Companies are investing in cybersecurity startups to reap the benefits of working with problem-solving technology.

10.01.2015

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Here's How to Lead Like a Punk Rocker

You can’t blaze the same trail as those who came before you by adopting a like-minded vision, or mirroring their solutions with slightly new features.

09.30.2015

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vArmour Achieves VMware's Highest Level of Product Endorsement - VMware Ready

vArmour, the data center security company that transforms how organizations protect their virtualized and cloud assets.

09.16.2015

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The Network’s Role as a Security Sensor and Policy Enforcer

According to ESG research, 79% of cybersecurity professionals working at enterprise organizations (i.e. more than 1,000 employees) believe that network security management and operations is more difficult today...

09.16.2015

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My Assessment of VMware NSX

I left VMworld believing that NSX (and other similar SDN technologies like Cisco ACI, Juniper Contrail, HP VAN, vArmour, etc.) have great potential to help large organizations lower cyber-risk. .

09.08.2015

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Anticipating VMworld

Cloud and virtualization event will reveal the state of a transition to virtual network security services.

08.27.2015

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Keep these Cyberthug Holidays Marked on your Calendar

It’s no happy day for enterprises when cyber thugs celebrate their favorite ‘holidays’—special days when they attack with even more cunning and fervor.

08.19.2015

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What 30 Classic Games Can Teach us About Security

Information security experts share their thoughts on how participating in games and sports helped hone their professional skills.

07.28.2015

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25 Emerging Vendors you Need to Know About

VArmour is among a new generation of security technology vendors...

07.22.2015

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20 Ways to Respond When Your Company is Breached.

If you’ve Suffered a Breach without a Response Plan in Place all Bets are Off warned Andy Hayter (@malcodemgr), security evangelist, G DATA.

07.22.2015

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Customer Demands Getting More Security 'Sophisticated'

Channel players say security concerns slow down deployment, present reseller opportunity.

07.21.2015

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Cybersecurity Factory Nurtures Early-Stage Startups in a Tough Field

Cybersecurity startups are in an odd position. They’re in a white-hot area with interest driven by all the breaches dominating the headlines. But what company wants to beta test the latest security software?

06.26.2015

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New Products of the Week

vArmour DSS-V is a free, downloadable application-level security solution for ESX environments that provides complete data center visibility to all.

06.15.2015

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vArmour Launches Data Center Security Program

vArmour created a Distributed Security System that makes use of multiple distributed sensors that feed data back into a central security management system that applies policies across the elements of the data centers as if they were one logical entity.

06.11.2015

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vArmour Debuts Free Application-Level Visibility

Today vArmour announced the release of DSS-V Distributed Security System — a free edition of the vArmour DSS Distributed Security System — to provide data center visibility to all.

06.10.2015

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VIDEO - Why Would China Hack the U.S. Government?

U.S. investigators say the Chinese government is behind a data breach that stole the personnel records of 4 million federal workers.

06.05.2015

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White House Uses OPM Attack to Promote Obama’s Information-Sharing Initiative

During a White House press briefing, press secretary Josh Earnest delivered little information about the attack on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management...

06.05.2015

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vArmour Debuts Data Center Security Channel Program

vArmour has kicked off a global channel partner program for its data center services and security, dubbed “vArmour Invited Partners” (VIP).

06.02.2015

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VIDEO - Big Data Meets Big Surveillance: Bloomberg West

Ryan Wagner, Egnyte CEO Vineet Jain, Varmour Global's and Google X Founder Sebastian Thrun, Button CEO Michael Jaconi, and Shazam CEO Rich Riley.

06.01.2015

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Security Vendors Guilty of Virtualization 'Gap'

Security vendors are lacking when it comes to securing customers in the midst of virtualization.

06.01.2015

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Lead Your Company Like a Punk Rock Star

It's hard to imagine that Tim Eades, hung out with the punk rock bands, drove to concerts, and adopted the lifestyle of questioning the norm...

05.29.2015

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Channel-Only vArmour Rolls Out New Partner Program

Dean Hickman-Smith, vArmour’s senior vice president of field operations, tells Channel Partners the program represents the company’s long-term commitment to the channel. It currently has 20 active channel partners.

05.28.2015

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vArmour Debuts Global Channel Partner Program

Data security startup vArmour has launched its new global channel partner...

05.28.2015

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vArmour Hires Experienced Tech Team, Plans ‘Healthy’ Channel Program

Security startup is arming itself with a raft of tech-industry veterans in its mission to provide the latest technology to help secure the enterprise data center with substantial...

05.19.2015

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Why Every Enterprise Startup Needs A New York City Presence

Eades says a NYC presence is a must in order to properly support their customers in banking.

05.15.2015

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Security Is a Prisoner of the Network

Cybersecurity professionals must gain experience and get comfortable with virtual network security.

05.15.2015

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Dean Hickman-Smith on the Move

As senior vice president of vArmour’s field operations, Dean Hickman-Smith will expand adoption of vArmour’s distributed security system in major enterprises, service providers and government accounts globally.

05.13.2015

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Demetrios "Laz" Lazarikos on the Move

As CISO, Laz will leverage his experience in working for and with Fortune 1,000 organizations and help build vArmour’s proprietary data center security technology.

05.13.2015

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The Cloud Computing Security Challenge

Cloud computing's virtual, mobile, and on-demand nature is antithetical to existing security processes, skills, and technologies.

05.07.2015

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20 of the Most Effective Techniques to Manage Information

Seeing an unstoppable trend, cloud service providers and IT departments have broadened their management efforts from hardening the on-premise network to also include securing data wherever it goes.

05.04.2015

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RSA Conference 2015

The big topics this year flowed around automation, threat intelligence and the Internet of Things.

04.29.2015

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Anticipating RSA 2015

The annual security geek-fest known as the RSA Security Conference is just two weeks away. Alas, I remember when it was a cozy event that attracted a few thousand visitors and focused...

04.07.2015

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Orgs Need to Share Info, Crave More Board Oversight, Study Says

Blue Lava Consulting and sponsored by vArmour, found that while 36 percent of respondents share information with industry groups, while 50 percent of respondents don't share any information.

04.01.2015

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Security Breaches, Malware Major Concerns for IT Pros

Companies adopting cloud technologies lack effective communication and security practices, according to a survey of 300 information security specialists conducted by strategic consulting group Blue Lava.

04.01.2015

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Avoid a Network Stampede

Both enterprises and the every-day-man anxiously await the convenient future promised by the Internet of Things.

04.01.2015

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In Cybersecurity, the Network Doesn’t Lie

Organizations are collecting, processing, and analyzing more and more network traffic.

03.26.2015

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Adapting to the Changing Global Enterprise Security Landscape

Companies need to consider a data security solution that is distributed in the same manner as their data and infrastructure – across physical, virtual and cloud environments.

03.26.2015

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vArmour's Eva Tsai | Women of Influence 2015

My analogy of life is that all of us have a one-day and just that one-day ticket to visit a large amusement park, like Disney World. As a mother of two daughters, I have had a good share of experience visiting theme parks.

03.03.2015

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Data Center Security: Controlling Threat in Your Facility

Database breaches and cyber crime cost the global economy more than $400 billion on an annual basis and there is no evidence that these metrics are improving, in fact, they are getting worse.

03.03.2015

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Was Anthem Breach a Sophisticated Attack or Just Lax Security Controls?

However, as vArmour CEO Tim Eades told me in an email, medical data probably had little interest for the hackers; the personal information with Social Security numbers holds a lot more value financially.

02.05.2015

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Massive Breach at Health Care Company Anthem Inc.

Anthem, the nation's second-largest health insurance company, is the latest target of a security breach. Eighty million customers, including the company's own CEO, are at risk of having their personal information stolen.

02.05.2015

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The Billion-Dollar Club: 10 Business Software Wannabes

Sure, investors are still excited about big data analytics and cloud business software. But security innovation and data center management are driving notable investments.

01.22.2015

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Watching A Cyberattack Bloom: vArmour Visualizes The Data Breach

Cybersecurity firms seem to be popping up like mushrooms to help companies protect themselves, and the Bay Area is a particularly rich patch.

01.14.2015

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2015 Cloud Security eBook

The cloud is now everywhere – just like its early boosters promised. Individuals and huge global organizations have become equally dependent on the scalable, on-demand, IT resources it provides.

01.13.2015

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Protecting Your Agile Data Center: You Can't Fight the New War With Old Tools

Yesterday’s firewalls are no longer a solution for today’s agile data center and securing information has become more difficult than ever.

01.12.2015

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2015 Cloud Predictions: What to Expect

Contributor George Lawton spoke with many industry experts to discuss 2015 cloud predictions.

01.01.2015

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20 Startups to Watch in 2015

Check our list of security startups sure to start (or continue) making waves in the coming year.

12.29.2014

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What Should Chief Security Officers Ask Santa For This Christmas?

It’s the one time of the year when chief security officers can ask Santa for a little bit of help. But what exactly should they be asking for? Here are a few suggestions

12.25.2014

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The Sony Hack and the Rise of Cyber Ransoms

Just three days before cyber-attackers crippled Sony Pictures, the hackers sent an e-mail to executives Michael Lynton and Amy Pascal that said they would do great damage to the company if they weren’t paid off.

12.24.2014

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Why Sony Didn't Learn from its 2011 Hack

Sony’s PlayStation Network was hacked in 2011. Why didn’t the company learn enough to prevent the recent Sony Pictures Entertainment hack?

12.24.2014

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Chief Information Security Officers Hard to Find — and Harder to Keep

Sony was in the midst of a changeover of chief information security officers when the company was hit with a crippling attack on its computer network.

12.13.2014

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SDDC and SDN: Similar Sounding, But With Unique Meanings

Software-defined datacenter (SDDC) and software-defined networking (SDN). While sounding very similar they actually assume unique meanings.

12.09.2014

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SDN Networking Followed by SDN Security

As SDN technology is deployed on production networks, CISOs should be well along the way with SDN security projects.

11.25.2014

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Morgan Stanley Vet Builds Enterprise Startups With Work-Bench Ventures

Portfolio companies include...

11.21.2014

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Get Started with Software-Defined Network Security

Old ways of securing physical networks are giving way to logical techniques. The change in traffic to an East-West, data-center-centric, software-defined-network model necessitates a new security plan..

11.14.2014

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Under Attack: Your Bank, Your Grid, Yourself

Criminals infiltrate a system to steal and sell data. It’s rare to see an attacker try to shutdown or harm a company.

11.13.2014

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Security: “Journey to the Edge of the Perimeter”

The security industry has evolved, working to uncover the most effective ways to protect against these threats, but there’s still catching up to do.

11.13.2014

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Data Sheet: Startups & Disruptors

The highly virtual nature of many data centers is great for efficiency, but security breaches spread more quickly if attacks penetrate perimeter defenses such as firewalls..

10.23.2014

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10 Trends Transforming Enterprise IT

The way companies buy, build, manage, optimize and secure information technology is changing dramatically, from cloud computing to big data analytics.

10.18.2014

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The Open Networking Challenge

The “open networking” movement is getting a lot of attention, but in this case, I don’t think it’s a fad, and will have a significant impact on how businesses operate in the future.

10.13.2014

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Security Breach Fatigue: So Many Hacks that Nobody Cares Anymore

Do you feel exhausted when you hear about compromised bank and retail accounts? You may suffer from Security Breach Fatigue.

10.03.2014

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Career Moves

Pravin Vazirani, general partner at Menlo Ventures, has joined the board at Mountain View, Calif.-based security firm vArmour...

09.19.2014

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VIDEO - Hack Attacks: Why Cyber Crime Is on the Rise

vArmour's Ryan Wager and Crowdstrike President Shawn Henry discuss the recent rise in cyber attacks.

09.18.2014

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Startup vArmour Launches Its Data Center Security Strategy

vArmour, a data center security company that’s been hanging around the software-defined networking (SDN) world for three years, revealed a bit about its product strategy.

09.17.2014

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With $42m Invested, vArmour uncloaks with Software Defined Security

Barely a day goes by without a news report about a hacker attack, or the revelation of a new security vulnerability to worry about. The rise in computer breaches has sparked a new...

09.17.2014

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vArmour Reveals the Stealthy Details

In the world of cyber-security stealth can be an asset to both attackers and those companies trying to defend corporate networks and underlying data. It’s with this in mind that vArmour has spent the last three years building out its data center security product...

09.16.2014

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Data center security firm vArmour comes out of stealth

For the last three years, data center security company vArmour has been in stealth mode, raising capital and developing its product. Now, after a year of beta testing, the company is emerging.

09.16.2014

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Data Center Security Startup vArmour Emerges from Stealth

Data center security startup vArmour has come out of stealth. The company recently raised a $15 million series C after proving itself with several enterprises and service providers...

09.16.2014

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vArmour Comes Out of Stealth

Barely a day goes by without a news report about a hacker attack, or the revelation of a new security vulnerability to worry about. The rise in computer breaches has sparked a new generation of startups...

09.16.2014

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Fortune Data Sheet

Stealthy security startup protects from within. Backed with $42 million over the past three years (including $36 million in August) vArmour monitors and locks down nefarious activity...

09.16.2014

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vArmour Comes Out of Stealth 

The startup operates under the premise that today’s data centers are no longer simply relegated to physical locations, but are instead vast virtualized networks influenced by the likes of Google.

09.16.2014

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