David Lorti is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Armor. He is responsible for market and competitive analysis, sales enablement and go-to-market for new Armor offerings related to Armor’s Armor Anywhere solution. He has long-standing experience in the cybersecurity and technology industry launching cloud security and managed security, security and risk consulting, threat intelligence and incident response offerings. He graduated with a Masters of International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University.
For security professionals, one of the first steps in defending an organization is having visibility across environments and being able to analyze and prioritize event data, alerts, and incident response. Collecting log and data artifacts allows defenders to fully understand which events authentic, and which ones are problematic. Defenders must first be able to cut […]
For software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies, survival depends on the ability to scale up rapidly while adapting to user demands and improving functionality. When starting out, entrepreneurs recognize a pain point for either other businesses or consumers and build solutions using automation and software to fill a need. But they must act fast, because other companies are […]
At Armor, we simplify security and compliance for SaaS providers, securing workloads in the cloud from intrusion, theft, and exposure. “Shift Left” testing methodologies that emerged in the early 2000s helped SaaS developers address an important reality: waterfall approaches to development were unable to meet the demanding needs of accelerated technology and competition. Today, SaaS […]
Hackers don’t always have the intent to steal data. It’s possible that a hacker’s goal is to manipulate the data you have. This blog will look at the difference between data manipulation and theft, and break down why both are a threat to your environment.
With public cloud adoption on the rise, decision makers need to understand more about differences in cloud service providers (CSPs). Learn important need-to-knows about Microsoft’s public cloud platform, Azure.
Throughout the last couple of months we’ve talked a lot about the cloud—from migrating to a cloud environment to securing it. Launched in 2006, AWS now offers more than 165 services from dozens of data centers worldwide, including compute power, storage, analytics, developer tools, management tools, and security. AWS was also the first CSP to offer a pay-as-you-go pricing model.
An infrastructure misconfiguration leads to your cloud footprint being incompliant and can lead to costly compliance regulation issues. Cloud security posture management tools can resolve your cloud infrastructure issues.