Company Overview of vArmour Networks, Inc.
vArmour Networks, Inc. provides software-defined security solutions for virtualized data centers for service provider, enterprise, and government cloud operators in the United States and internationally. It offers SDSec that provides network-based security enforcement layer for cloud computing environments. The company’s SDSec separates the security control plane from the enforcement plane. vArmour Networks, Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in Santa Clara, California with additional offices in EMEA and APAC regions.
4633 Old Ironsides Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Founded in 2011
Key Executives for vArmour Networks, Inc.
Co-Founder and Vice President of Engineering
Chief Technology Officer of EMEA
Vice President of Product
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
vArmour Networks, Inc. Key Developments
vArmour Appoints Marc Woolward as Chief Technology Officer, EMEA
Feb 11 15
vArmour added another key member to its executive team with Marc Woolward, former Goldman Sachs CTO of Networking and Technology Fellow, joining as Chief Technology Officer, EMEA. With over 30 years of experience in setting the technology direction and solving mission critical and sophisticated network security challenges including 16 years at Goldman Sachs, Marc Woolward will extend vArmour's leadership in solving customers' security concerns in moving to the cloud and software-based computing. Working alongside vArmour Founder Michael Shieh, Marc will contribute his extensive experience by bringing the operator perspective to the security challenges of dynamic, data-driven networks.
Hitachi Solutions Signs Distributor Agreement with vArmour
Dec 16 14
vArmour has signed a distributor agreement with Hitachi Solutions Ltd. On December 25, Hitachi Solutions will commence sales of vArmour's distributed data center security solution, which helps enterprise customers and service providers protect and visualize their new data defined perimeter, protecting their data wherever it resides.
Varmour Launches Security Solution to Protect Enterprises and Service Providers from Advanced Attackers and Laterally Moving Threats
Sep 16 14
vArmour unveiled their security solution to protect enterprises and service providers from advanced attackers and laterally moving threats. Built for the cloud world where traditional perimeters have disappeared, vArmour helps global enterprises protect their most valuable asset their data wherever it resides. This is the Data Defined Perimeter. By providing visibility, control and threat defense across physical, virtual and cloud applications, vArmour protects enterprises and service providers from the tidal wave of breaches and cyber crime that is estimated to cost the global economy more than $400 billion on an annual basis. Compute, storage and networking have become virtualized, yet security remains locked in legacy, hardware-centric perimeter models that cannot scale to meet modern business requirements and systems architecture. Over 50% of workloads in the data center are now virtual. This creates tremendous cost savings and IT agility, but it exposes visibility and control gaps in classic location-based perimeter security models. Virtualization and cloud have changed the nature of traffic flows themselves 83% of traffic now travels east/west within the data center, never being seen by the traditional perimeter, creating an entirely new dynamic for agile enterprise. vArmour's data center security solution, deployed into enterprises and service partners since early 2014, delivers a converged set of forensic and enforcement capabilities including: Security Visibility - Complete visibility into every application, asset, packet and connection in the data center. Threat Analytics - Complex threat analytics as delivered through real-time detection and visualization of laterally moving threats. Attack Remediation - Business-process-aware remediation policies to contain compromised hosts and prevent exfiltration. Policy Control and Enforcement - Micro-segmentation and policy enforcement to isolate and control communications between applications, workgroups and tenants.
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