Protect your customer data with vArmour

43% of companies were breached last year* and the virtualised data center is IT’s biggest blind spot.

At Armadillo, we want to help you protect what matters most to you and your customers: YOUR CUSTOMER DATA.

The first step to increased security is greater visibility. By looking at how your applications move throughout your data centre you gain a better understanding of:

  • Is there unauthorised or malicious usage of your applications?
  • Are there corporate policy violations or internal resource misuse?
  • Is there an opportunity to increase efficiency in how your applications are running?

Secure what you can’t see with our new product, vArmour DSS-V Distributed Security System, that provides free data center visibility for VMware environments.

vArmour DSS-V is available to download for free and can be installed in as little as 15 minutes which will:

  • Identify network misuse attributed to personal and out-of-policy applications
  • Monitor workloads to find suspicious behaviours
  • Trace communication paths to follow the lateral spread of potential cyber attacks
About vArmour

vArmour is the data center security company that transforms how organizations protect their virtualized and cloud assets in a world without perimeters. The company was founded in 2011 and has raised $42 million in funding led by Highland Capital Partners, Menlo Ventures, Columbus Nova Technology Partners, Citi Ventures, Work-Bench Ventures and Allegis Capital. vArmour is leading the industry with a new patented, distributed approach to data security that allows organizations to deliver IT at the speed of business.

*Ponemon Institute

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