Armis is pleased to be named a Visionary in the Vendor Vision Report for RSA 2023 from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA). The EMA report is a comprehensive evaluation of hundreds of security vendors, and being selected as one of the 10 notable vendors that received this recognition demonstrates that Armis is at the forefront of the cybersecurity industry.
Armis was recognized for its ability to provide visibility into all connected assets, wired and wireless, managed and unmanaged. The Armis Asset Intelligence & Security Platform discovers, classifies, and profiles every asset, offering rich contextual insights into SCADA, PLCs, DCS, IIoT, IoT, IoMT, and IT assets. This core capability sets Armis apart from other cybersecurity solutions, and it is one of the reasons why the company was recognized as a Visionary in the EMA Vendor Vision Report.
The report also highlighted Armis’ ability to deliver true insights into the cyber asset attack surface found within the entire enterprise by monitoring all assets and their transactions and dependencies. This helps organizations achieve superior protection from cyber threats and manage vulnerabilities more efficiently by improving current tools instead of replacing them. These features are crucial for organizations looking to protect their connected assets and achieve enhanced visibility, context, and protection against cyber threats.
EMA evaluated vendors based on several criteria, including market presence, product capability, and overall customer satisfaction. This recognition indicates that Armis has excelled in all these areas, and it is a testament to the company’s commitment to innovation and providing customers with high-quality solutions.
Armis is committed to delivering innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of organizations and provides superior protection against cyber threats.
Armis stands out as a leading cybersecurity solution provider due to its unique approach to asset visibility and protection. In today’s digital world, connected assets including IT devices, IoT devices, medical devices, and operational technology offer unparalleled benefits to organizations, but they also introduce new risks and challenges to enterprise cybersecurity.
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