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‘Data Defined Perimeter’ solution protects critical assets wherever they reside by giving enterprises and service providers visibility, control and threat defences for the agile data centre

LONDON, UK AND MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Oct. 2, 2014 - Recently surfaced from stealth mode with the world’s first post-cloud, post-virtualisation data centre security solution, vArmour is today formally launching in the EMEA market and will demo its solution at the upcoming IP EXPO event in London on 8th-9th October. With a dedicated focus on protecting global enterprises’ most valuable asset – their data – vArmour brings a unique approach to data centre security. Through an exclusive distribution partnership with Big Technology, a division of Exclusive Networks Group, vArmour offers the UK and pan-EMEA market the only solution that visualises the enterprises’ entire set of data, no matter where it comes from or how it changes.

Three Years in the Making, vArmour Secures the Agile Data Center From Advanced Cyber Attacks in the Cloud, Virtual and Mobile World

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Sept. 16, 2014 – vArmour, the data center security company, today formally unveiled their security solution to protect enterprises and service providers from advanced attackers and laterally moving threats. Built for the cloud world where traditional perimeters have disappeared, vArmour helps global enterprises protect their most valuable asset—their data—wherever it resides. This is the Data Defined Perimeter. By providing visibility, control and threat defense across physical, virtual and cloud applications, vArmour protects enterprises and service providers from the tidal wave of breaches and cyber crime that is estimated to cost the global economy more than $400 billion on an annual basis.*

Stealth-Mode Startup Attracts Security Pioneers with Vision, Plan for Powerful, New Enterprise Data Protection

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - July 9, 2014 - vArmour, a stealth security company designed to protect the new data defined perimeter for enterprises, today added more firepower to its board with the appointments of Lane Bess and Dave Stevens, who also join as investors. With a combined 60 years of experience leading and growing security, data center and tech start-ups, including Palo Alto Networks, Brocade and Zscaler, Lane and Dave will help guide vArmour through the high-growth phase the company is experiencing as they disrupt the market and continue to expand their product offerings with a powerful new level of protection for global enterprise data.

Appointments of Hideki Harada, Japan GM, Adam Winter, European Sales Director and Keith Stewart, VP of Products, fuels growth for stealth-mode security startup

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – July 22, 2014 – New offices and key players make their appearance as vArmour, a stealth security company designed to protect the new data defined perimeter for enterprises, continues its global expansion. Today, vAmour announced its new expanded offices in EMEA and APAC, along with the appointments of Keith Stewart, VP of Product, based in the U.S., Adam Winter, European sales director and Hideaki Harada, Japan GM.

List Highlights Hottest Tech Startups Impacting the IT Channel, Technology Industry

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA - July 21, 2014 - Stealth security company, vArmour, announced today it has been recognized as one of 2014’s hottest emerging technology vendors by CRN, the top news source for solution providers and the IT channel. The annual Emerging Vendors list identifies up-and-coming technology vendors that have introduced innovative new products, creating opportunities for channel partners in North America to create high-margin, cutting-edge solutions for their customers.

New Stealth Security CEO Brings Market Acceleration to Disruptive Technology for the Dynamic Enterprise

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - June 11, 2014 - vArmour, a stealth security company designed to protect the new data defined perimeter for enterprises, has appointed enterprise and security veteran Tim Eades as new Chief Executive Officer. Tim joins co-founders Roger Lian and Michael Shieh to launch vArmour's disruptive security technology that will elevate the level of protection surrounding global enterprises' increasingly distributed data.

Menlo Ventures, Columbus Nova Technology Partners And Citi Ventures Contribute Funds to Accelerate Development Of Disruptive Technology, Scale To Meet Global Demand

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – August 20, 2014 - vArmour, a stealth security company designed to protect the new data defined perimeter for enterprises, today announced it has raised $36 million in funding, including a Series B round closed in December 2013 ($15 Million) led by Menlo Ventures and a Series C round closed in August 2014 ($21M) led by Columbus Nova Technology Partners (CNTP), Citi Ventures and Work-Bench Ventures, bringing total company funding to $42 million.