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Dec 06, 2022

Asset Visibility and Security News Roundup (November 2022)

After celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. just recently, the global Armis team is reflecting on everything we’re thankful for. First and foremost, our friends and family, but as a close second, our Armis colleagues, partners, and customers.

Before we shift gears and prepare for the remainder of the 2022 holiday season, we wanted to close off the month of November with our monthly roundup of Armis news and thought leadership commentary. Continue on for all that our collective team achieved together last month on this front!

News Announcements:

  • For the second year in a row, Armis was named an award winner at the Deloitte Technology Fast 500. This year, Armis ranked 132 out of 500 in the list of the most innovative, fastest-growing public and private companies across North America.
  • Armis announced its partnership with non-profit NextGen Cyber Talent. Armis is supporting the non-profit by offering certified classes for students taught by Armis team members and by furthering the organization’s impact through driving thought leadership discussions within the industry around the importance of finding, hiring, and retaining cyber talent. HelpNetSecurityInfopoint Security (Germany), sectank (Germany), Channel Tech (Italy), and Fidesty (Italy) covered this news.
  • Armis announced that it has been named a clear leader for technology excellence and customer impact by Quadrant Knowledge Solutions in its recent report, SPARK Matrix: Connected Medical Device Security Solutions, Q4 2022.
  • Announcements from last month – Armis availability on Google Cloud Marketplace, Armis available in the AWS Marketplace, and the new APEX Manage Program – continue to drive media coverage globally.
  • The APEX Manage Program news was covered in Top Trade (Italy), Channel City (Italy), Computable (Netherlands), and It-kanalen (Denmark).
  • The AWS Marketplace announcement received additional coverage in Sectank (Germany), Securityworldmarket (Denmark), IT-kanalen (Denmark), and Manage IT (Germany).
  • Armis availability on the Google Cloud Marketplace resulted in coverage in IT-kanalen (Denmark) and SaaS Magazin (Germany).
  • Infonet Solutions, a new partner in the Italian market, announced its agreement with Armis.

Thought Leadership:

  • Armis customer Michael Sherwood, Chief Innovation Officer for the City of Las Vegas, spoke with IT Brew to share how Armis is helping him secure the city’s connected assets.
  • Yevgeny Dibrov, CEO and Co-founder of Armis:
    • Was quoted in a Forbes article sharing why security intelligence is one of the top 16 skills and specialties tech leaders are looking for in 2023.
    • Shared additional insights with Forbes in an article surrounding, “16 Issues C-Suite Tech Leaders Must Be Ready To Address With Their Company Boards.”
    • Interviewed with The Jerusalem Post (Israel) to discuss the trend of converging software solutions. This post syndicated to Noticias de Israel.
    • Participated in a Q&A with TheMarker (Israel), which zoomed in on attacks against critical infrastructure. Yevgeny also interviewed with TheMarker during an award ceremony celebrating Atlas Award candidates.
  • Nadir Izrael, CTO and Co-founder of Armis:
    • Was quoted in an Engineering and Technology article commenting on cyberwarfare following a cyberattack against European Parliament.
    • Was quoted in a Cybersecurity ASEAN article highlighting the top cybersecurity concerns that IT leaders need to think about right now.
    • Made CTO Boardroom Media’s list of Palo Alto’s 8 top CTOs in security.
  • Conor Coughlan, Chief Marketing Officer:
    • Shared his advice for organizations facing the threat of cyberwarfare in an article in InfoSecurity Magazine.
  • Jonathan Carr, CFO:
  • Tom Gol, Armis Labs:
    • Was quoted in a Tech Monitor (UK) article talking about Twitter’s cybersecurity posture in light of the recent departures of cybersecurity team members.
  • Oscar Miranda, Field CTO for Healthcare:
    • Interviewed for a video segment with HIMSS TV, which was shared on Healthcare IT NewsHealthcare Finance News, and MobiHealthNews. The segment touches on the disconnect between compliance regulations and security in healthcare and how open dialogue can help to bridge that gap.
    • Spoke with InformationWeek about the recent data leaks of personal health information (PHI) at Advocate Aurora Health related to its use of tracking pixels from Google and Facebook’s parent company Meta.
    • Was quoted in an IT Security Guru article in response to a report finding that ransomware on healthcare organizations costs the global economy $92 billion.
    • Was also quoted in a Healthcare Innovation article stemming from conversations he had during the recent Healthcare Innovation California Summit.
    • Contributed an article to The Journal of mHealth on why healthcare security and operational efficiency starts with visibility.
  • Steve Gyurindak, Field CTO of Networking and OT:
    • Was included in an executive appointment roundup for his Field CTO position, which published in Solutions Numeriques (France).
  • Chris Dobrec, VP of Product & Industry Solutions:
  • Tim Mackie, VP Worldwide Channels:
    • Had a Q&A with CRN in response to Armis being shortlisted for the UK CRN Channel Awards.
  • Andy Norton, European Cyber Risk Officer at Armis:
  • Jean-Michel Tavernier, Country Manager for France:
    • Interviewed with Hospitalia (France) for a Q&A about Armis.
  • Nicola Altavilla, Country Manager of Italy:
    • Contributed an article to Tecnomedicina (Italy) on the complicated nature of healthcare security.
  • Lars Hermind, Regional Sales Director for Benelux and the Nordics:
    • Contributed an article to Computerworld (Denmark) surrounding why critical infrastructure companies need to take responsibility for OT security.
    • Offered commentary to Altinget, a leading political magazine in Denmark, on a report on critical vulnerabilities in the states’ IT systems.
  • Mirko Bülles, Director TAM EMEA/APAC:
  • Thomas Mammitzsch, Regional Director of DACH:
    • Attended the it-sa conference in Germany as well and was quoted in IT-Business (Germany) on the need for cybersecurity preparedness.
  • Akiya Tetsuya, Japan Country Manager, contributed a byline to ZDNet (Japan) on what today’s cybersecurity leaders can learn from mistakes of the past.
  • James Millington, Senior Director, Product Marketing:
    • Contributed one article to Frontier Enterprise on securing IT, OT, IoT, and IoMT in healthcare and a second in Cyber Security Asean (APJ) on the hurdles of Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) security.
  • VentureBeat reporter Tim Keary mentioned Armis as a competitor of Sepio in coverage of the company’s $22 million Series B.
  • Office Snapshots shared photos of the Armis office in Israel.
  • Israeli media outlet, N12, mentioned Armis in a list of Israeli Centaurs.
  • Armis was mentioned in an MSSP Alert article in a list of companies that announced Singularity XDR integrations in 2022.
  • Cybersecurity vendor Sectrio mentioned Armis research in a blog surrounding the steps organizations can take to improve OT security. The blog syndicated to Security Boulevard.
  • Enterprise IoT Insights wrote about Israeli private cellular security startup OneLayer which opened a network security lab in Tel Aviv for telecoms and security companies to test threats to private LTE and 5G networks. Armis was mentioned as a vendor already working on-site.

We’re happy to continuously push out news and thought leadership in support of our mission to address the new extended attack surface that connected assets create. Interested in learning more about Armis or connecting with a member of our team? Contact us here or by emailing [email protected].

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