Cloud Security Provider Armor Achieves AWS Security Competency Status

Armor, a company that helps prevent data breaches through managed multi-layer security for public and private clouds, has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Competency status.

This designation recognizes that Armor has demonstrated expertise and technical proficiency in AWS Cloud security solutions while helping customers achieve their cloud security goals.

aws cloudAchieving the AWS Security Competency status differentiates Armor as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member that provides specialized software designed to help enterprises adopt, develop and deploy complex security projects on AWS Cloud. To receive the designation, AWS APN Partners must possess deep expertise and experience with AWS and deliver solutions seamlessly on AWS Cloud.

“Being one of the first APN partners to achieve AWS Security Competency status reinforces our keen understanding of the platform and a proven ability to keep data safe,” said Chris Drake, founder and CEO of Armor. “In addition to the dynamic security AWS provides, we help fulfill shared security responsibility to protect applications and workloads. Armor’s flexible and reliable technology, orchestrated by our skilled security operations center (SOC), makes meeting these obligations easy. The sizable market share and continued growth of AWS make this new certification a very exciting opportunity.”

Armor’s proprietary cloud security platform meets PCI, HIPAA/HITRUST, SOC and ISO compliance standards while delivering threat intelligence, automated security orchestration and machine learning managed by an elite military-trained SOC.

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