vArmour is a data center and cloud security company that delivers agentless security services to auto-discover app communications, optimize policy modeling, and protect critical apps across multi-clouds.
Our view: if you are in a cloud transition (and isn't everyone?) you should leverage a microsegmentation strategy and that means you should evaluate tech providers in this space. The clear leader in executing on microsegmentation is vArmour.
vArmour is the industries first distributed security system that leverages microsegmentation to provide granular insight and control for multi-cloud workloads. This raises defenses for the entire enterprise, but also makes it easier to respond to the inevitable surprises that will always occur.
For insights into the company see this introduction by CEO Tim Eades:
And for more see: varmour.com
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