In spite of the 4th of July holiday and summer vacation breaks, we still had a very busy July here at vArmour and wanted to share some of our news coverage in our first monthly media roundup blog. Our executives - including our CEO Tim, CTO Marc, and CISO Laz - discuss some of the trending topics in modern data center security with top industry publications and news outlets.
SkyNews Debate: Securing the System Against Cyber Crimes
In a recent interview with SkyNews, CEO Tim Eades (@Eades50) explains why organizations cannot buy 20+ year old security products to fight today’s cyber wars - and why IT teams needs to invest in new security solutions now more than ever before to get ahead of advanced attackers.
Art of the Hack: 20 Ways to Respond When Your Company is Breached
In #11 on Art of the Hack’s list, CISO Demetrios ‘Laz’ Lazarikos (@iamlaz) explains why easy access to critical data, such as log files from the infected system, is necessary to quickly assess the impact of a breach.
Channelnomics: Customer demands getting more security 'sophisticated'
This Channelnomics article features VP of Product, Keith Stewart, as he discusses how today’s CIOs are moving away from internal-facing roles focused on infrastructure to increasingly external ones prioritizing acquiring customers. This shift presents an opportunity for channel partners to increase customer value by becoming more business relevant.
Dark Reading: What 30 Classic Games Can Teach Us about Security
In #17 on Dark Reading’s list, CTO Marc Woolward explains how the mindset of extreme athletes - like Marc, who has won the British and World Cup Master of surf kayaking - is similar to those who run today’s digital businesses in being forced to constantly assess risk in perpetually hazardous environments.
As a follow up to being named one of The Channel Company’s 2015 Emerging Companies, vArmour is featured as one of the top picks to know about in a new generation of security technology vendors that are moving security into the data center, in contrast to the traditional focus on perimeter security.