Agentless Device Security for Palo Alto Networks

Matt MacKinnon, Senior Director of Product Management & Technology Alliances Security teams are busier today than they’ve ever been. They’re constrained by a lack of experienced security talent, a growing stack of tools that don’t work as promised, and a … Continue Reading

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Armis Protects Medical Images from Deepfake Attack

By Jack Marsal, Senior Director of Product Marketing In early April, security researchers published a paper outlining how an attacker could tamper with medical images produced by MRI machines and CT scanners. The altered images would have cancerous nodules removed … Continue Reading

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Armis Raises $65 Million to Accelerate Its 700% Growth in Addressing Massive Enterprise IoT Security Exposure

Led by Sequoia, funding asserts Armis’ leadership as company wins in healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and finance sectors PALO ALTO, Calif., APRIL 11, 2019 — Armis, the enterprise IoT security company, today announced it has raised $65 million in Series C … Continue Reading

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SHIoT HAPPENS: Have Hackers Pwned Your Access Points?

By Joe Lea, VP of Product It seems like the internet-of-things (IoT) is taking over the world, and their use in the enterprise is growing at a rapid pace. In fact, nearly every respondent in a recent McKinsey survey said … Continue Reading

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Armis Named to Constellation ShortList for Medical Device Security

PALO ALTO, Calif., March 22 — Armis, the enterprise IoT security company, announced it was named to the Constellation ShortList™ for Medical Device Security in Q1 2019. The technology vendors included in the Constellation ShortListTM offer the key requirements for early … Continue Reading

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SHIoT HAPPENS: Could A Hacker Weaponize Your Printer?

By Joe Lea, VP of Product Organizations know they should use anti-malware software to protect endpoints from exploits. When IT admins think of “endpoints”, though, they generally think in terms of desktop and laptop computers—and possibly mobile devices like smartphones … Continue Reading

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