Security Framework & Regulatory Compliance

Armis provides real-time visibility, risk assessment, threat detection, and policy validation for fast, easy audits.

Compliance in the age of ubiquitous connectivity.

Your compliance and audit teams need to verify that your security controls and practices meet a growing number of regulatory requirements and security frameworks. Given the ever-increasing number of unmanaged devices that can't accomodate a security agent or be scanned over the network, it is increasingly hard to answer questions like, "What devices are on my network?" or "What risks are in my environment?" Traditional agent-based tools and network scanners can only answer so much, and neither will let you see devices that communicate via peer-to-peer protocols such as Bluetooth.

Armis helps you comply with security frameworks.

If you are like most enterprises, you model your security controls against one or more security framesworks such as the "Critical Security Controls” published by the Center for Internet Security (CIS) or the “Cybersecurity Framework” published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Armis is an agentless solution that has been specifically designed to help you implement these frameworks for both managed and unmanaged devices, including the Internet of Things. Armis provides broad-spectrum coverage that supports Critical Security Controls 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 11, 12, and 15 as well as sixteen of the NIST CSF controls across the categories Identify, Protect, Detect, and Respond.

Armis helps you comply with regulations like PCI-DSS.

Armis helps you meet PCI-DSS 3.2 requirements on all devices in the cardholder data environment—including those that are beyond the reach of traditional controls. The Armis solution monitors wired, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a wide variety of wireless protocols to ensure that you can see what is truly happening in both your retail and corporate environments. This includes providing coverage and security for:

  • Point-of-sale devices
  • Mobile devices, personal computers, servers
  • IoT and unmanaged devices
  • Wireless hotspots
  • The transmission of cardholder data to service providers
  • Network connections

Frictionless implementation.

The benefits of the Armis platform are many, while the impact on your resources is low. The Armis security platform does not require agents or additional hardware. Instead, it works with your existing network infrastructure to collect the data it needs to discover, identify, and analyze the risk of all devices in your environment. The Armis platform collects data using a virtual appliance that sits out-of-band and passively monitors traffic. Since the platform is not in-line, it has no impact on network performance, other devices, or your users. It does not require any changes to your existing network, and it does not introduce any latency.

Discover how Armis enables you to see all of the devices in your network.

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Armis fills the gap left by traditional security tools

EDR

Firewall

NAC

UEBA

EDR
  • Provides continuous monitoring and response for managed computers
  • Requires an agent
Armis
  • 100% agentless
  • Effective on managed, unmanaged, and IoT devices

Firewall
  • Protects the network perimeter and core
  • Focused on network traffic, not device behavior
  • No device knowledgebase
Armis
  • Protects devices at the access layer
  • Focused on device state and behavior
  • Deep understanding of device behavior

NAC
  • Assumes the network is trusted
  • Discovers devices on enterprise networks only
  • Can’t detect threats or compromised devices
Armis
  • Assumes Zero Trust
  • Discovers devices on network and in the airspace (Bluetooth, etc.)
  • Assesses device risk and threats

UEBA
  • Tracks the behavior of users
  • Looks for anomalies in user behavior
  • No device tracking
Armis
  • Tracks the behavior of devices
  • Compares behavior against our Device Knowledgebase
  • Understands “good” vs. "bad" behavior

See every device.

See every connection.

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