vArmour Distributed Security System

vArmour is the industry’s first distributed security system that provides insight and control for multi-cloud environments. With its patented software, vArmour micro-segments each application by wrapping protection around every workload - increasing visibility, security, and operational efficiency.

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See

Network, Application,
and user traffic

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Segment

workloads
wherever they reside

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Secure

data centers with proactive deception

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“Within 2 hours of deployment we saw our first behavior previously unforeseeable in our environment. We never had that level of visibility in our agile data center.”

VP of IT, Fortune 100 Retailer

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"As healthcare is undergoing a massive digital transformation with IT acting as the underpinning for this shift, we are forced to re-think our security architecture to protect patient information without sacrificing speed for service delivery. And vArmour has outlined a visionary path to make this a reality.”

Jon Russell, CIO, John Muir Health

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“We used to have limited visibility of traffic flowing between virtual machines on the same hypervisor. With vArmour, not only can we see and inspect this traffic in real time, but we have the ability to bring policy enforcement down to every asset in our environment.”

Head of IT Security, Leading Global Investment Firm

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Visualize
in seconds laterally-moving
threats

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secure
100%
of your
workloads,
anywhere

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increase
efficiencyof security
operations

Deception

Level the security playing field with the first simple, scalable, and secure deception solution Introducing vArmour DSS Deception

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vArmour Distributed Security System

Architecture

broad

Extensible architecture provides scalable security across private and public cloud infrastructure

deep

Contextual visibility and control of application traffic from Layer 2 to Layer 7

control

Micro-segment every workload to prevent and stop unwanted behaviors with inline policies

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