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Unpacking Containerization: Defining Container Technology and Its Benefits

Unpacking Containerization: Defining Container Technology and Its Benefits


Containers are exploding in popularity and are becoming the preferred method for deploying applications. In this four-part Unpacking Containerization blog series, we will explain the benefits of containers, the challenges of conta...
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vArmour Policy Automation: Intent-Based, Simple and Safe

vArmour Policy Automation: Intent-Based, Simple and Safe


Policy automation is a rather broad term. Both policy and automation could mean many things to many people. In network security, policy is often viewed in terms of firewall (or firewall-like) rules, which in theory are manifestati...
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This Is The Age Of Microsegmentation

This Is The Age Of Microsegmentation


Microsegmentation has taken center stage! Gartner just issued a report titled “Comparing Products for Microsegmentation in Virtualized Data Centers,” concluding that microsegmentation has become a top priority for security control...
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Distributed Platform-Powered Deception Technology

Distributed Platform-Powered Deception Technology


At vArmour, we’ve spent a lot of time, effort, and energy these past few years building the world’s most effective application-aware microsegmentation solution: the innovative Distributed Security System (DSS). This system allows ...
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vArmour partners with Coalfire to validate support for PCI DSS 3.2

vArmour partners with Coalfire to validate support for PCI DSS 3.2

“If you think compliance is expensive, try non-compliance.” - Former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty In the wake of increased cyber attacks, ransomware, and heightened regulations, our customers across the globe are scra...
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When an OS Vulnerability Undermines Your Entire Security Stack - The Case for Control Independence

When an OS Vulnerability Undermines Your Entire Security Stack - The Case for Control Independence

In our last blog about agents - The Problem with Agents (as a Primary Means of Security Policy Enforcement) - our CTO Marc Woolward called out several areas in which the effectiveness of an agent as a means of security control is ...
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Simple, Scalable, Secure Cyber Deception: Introducing vArmour DSS Deception

Simple, Scalable, Secure Cyber Deception: Introducing vArmour DSS Deception

"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts." -Sherlock Holmes Deception for cybersecurity: On the rise One of the great fortun...
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The Problem with Agents - as a Primary Means of Security Policy Enforcement

The Problem with Agents - as a Primary Means of Security Policy Enforcement

In earlier blogs, I talked about the differences between microsegmentation approaches , and the fundamental differences to look out for. One of the differences I mentioned is whether: 1) Controls are independent of the workload or...
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Microsegmentation cost saving #3: Reduce time and complexity of security changes

Microsegmentation cost saving #3: Reduce time and complexity of security changes

In our last blog , we covered how microsegmentation can save you money by avoiding hardware refresh cycles. If you’re looking for benefits your information security – and application - team will love, today we will cover way #3: r...
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Partner News Alert: vArmour Recognized by CRN As A 2016 Emerging Vendor

Partner News Alert: vArmour Recognized by CRN As A 2016 Emerging Vendor

We’re very excited to say that CRN has named vArmour to its 2016 list of Emerging Vendors. This annual list recognizes recently founded, up-and-coming technology suppliers who are shaping the future of the IT channel through uniqu...
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