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February 12, 2024

Armis Rated a Top Performer in 2024 Best in KLAS Report for Healthcare IoT Security

Report recognizes software and services companies that excel in helping healthcare professionals improve patient care

SAN FRANCISCO – February 12, 2024Armis, the asset intelligence cybersecurity company, today announced that it has been named a Top Performer in the 2024 Best in KLAS Software & Services Report for Healthcare IoT Security for the second year in a row. The Best in KLAS report recognizes software and services companies that excel in helping healthcare professionals improve patient care.

“This recognition from KLAS which is based solely on customer reviews is a true testament to our ongoing commitment to protecting the attack surfaces of healthcare organizations,” said Mohammad Waqas, CTO of Healthcare at Armis. “I want to thank every Armis customer who took the time this year to share with KLAS their experience with Armis Centrix™ for Medical Device Security. Your feedback is instrumental in helping us continuously improve our solutions and deliver the best possible value to the healthcare community.”

The 2024 Best in KLAS report, based on independent feedback from healthcare providers in North America, evaluates vendors across six key performance areas: culture, loyalty, operations, product, relationship and value. Armis achieved an outstanding overall score, demonstrating excellence in every category and solidifying the company’s position as a leader in Healthcare IoT Security.

When asked about Armis, customers shared the following anonymized comments with KLAS in review of the company’s solution:

  • “Given the nature of how sensitive and aware we have all become to some of the hazards surrounding cybersecurity and cyber risks associated with penetration into personal health information through many different avenues of medical devices and applications, the Armis application is robust in being able to see all network-connected devices. It is really incredible to see the amount of horsepower that the Armis platform brings to the table for us. The product really is a great tool. Not only can the reporting piece identify connected devices but it is able to identify what type of device something is through the product’s algorithms. The product is able to determine what the make, model, and serial number are, and in some cases, what operating system the device is functioning on. Recently, we had an issue with updating the security on anything that was still running on something other than Windows 10, and through the Armis system, we were able to see how many devices were reporting through the application that were not up to Windows 10. With the reporting structure, we now have a line of sight into many things we didn’t know about.” – Director, April 2023
  • “Armis does very well with implementations. They are very knowledgeable about their products. They have experts on their team, so if we need some help with a configuration, they have resources available that are on standby typically to help and engage in troubleshooting.” – Analyst/Coordinator, April 2023
  • “In general, Armis regularly updates their platform and gives good notifications about new enhancements and new features. They back those notifications up with written material and videos, as well as live sessions if we are lucky enough to find the time to attend them. It is good that the vendor is constantly adding new features and new capabilities to the product.” – Analyst/Coordinator, September 2023

In July 2023, Armis was rated the best-performing cross-industry vendor in the KLAS Healthcare IoT Security 2023 report for its deep coverage of IoT, OT, IoMT and IT across all verticals.

In the past year, Armis has continued to deepen its commitment to securing healthcare organizations. Combining the power of Armis Centrix™, the cyber exposure management platform, and the Armis AI-powered Asset Intelligence Engine, Armis has reinforced its healthcare-specific capabilities which help to provide complete visibility and security for all medical devices, clinical assets and the entire healthcare ecosystem with zero disruptions to patient care.

Armis is a sponsor of HIMSS 2024, taking place in Orlando, FL March 11-15. Stop by Armis’ booth #1621 in the CyberSecurity Command Center or visit the team in the Main Walkway at booth #1048. At HIMSS, Armis’ CTO of Healthcare, Mohammad Waqas, will speak to “Building a Comprehensive Healthcare Security Program for Next-Gen Patient Care.” This session will be held on Tuesday, March 12th from 10:15am – 10:30am EDT in the Orange County Convention Center, Theatre A.

To read the KLAS report, please visit: 2024 Best in KLAS – Software & Services

To learn more about Armis Centrix™ for Medical Device Security, go to: https://www.armis.com/platform/armis-centrix-for-medical-device-security/

About Armis
Armis, the asset intelligence cybersecurity company, protects the entire attack surface and manages the organization’s cyber risk exposure in real time. In a rapidly evolving, perimeter-less world Armis ensures that organizations continuously see, protect and manage all critical assets. Armis secures Fortune 100, 200 and 500 companies as well as national governments, state and local entities to help keep critical infrastructure, economies and society stay safe and secure 24/7. Armis is a privately held company headquartered in California.

About KLAS Research
KLAS is a research and insights firm on a global mission to improve healthcare. Working with thousands of healthcare professionals and clinicians, KLAS gathers data and insights on software and services to deliver timely reports and performance data that represent provider and payer voices and act as catalysts for improving vendor performance. The KLAS research team publishes reports covering the most pressing questions facing healthcare technology today, including emerging technology insights, that provide early insights on the future of healthcare technology solutions. KLAS also fosters measurement and collaboration between healthcare providers and payers and best practice adoption. Learn more at klasresearch.com.