VIRTUALARMOUR FURTHER STRENGTHENS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & CLIENT RELATIONS EXPERTISE

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Vancouver, B.C. – (March 28, 2017) Premier Managed Services Provider, VirtualArmour International Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:VAI), is pleased to announce the appointment of Kyle Duffy as Director of Client Engagement. Mr. Duffy comes to the role with over a decade of solution development and customer implementation experience across numerous industries including, mining, manufacturing, energy, transportation, finance and healthcare. During his extensive … Read More

VIRTUALARMOUR AWARDED PARTNER OF THE YEAR BY JUNIPER NETWORKS

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Vancouver, B.C. – (March 22, 2017) Premier Managed Services Provider (MSP), VirtualArmour International Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:VAI), is pleased to announce that it has been recognized as a ‘Partner of the Year’ by Juniper Networks, an industry leader in automated, scalable and secure networks. VirtualArmour was specifically recognized in the category of Innovation for its development of a new cloud-based solution – CloudCastr … Read More

Dark Web – The Internet’s Dark Side

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The dark web is a growing concern in the cyber-security space and has been the subject of numerous, recent, crime-related headlines. For users who access it, the dark web is a part of an anonymous network known as the ‘deep web’. It’s made up of a large assembly of data and domains not accessible through typical search directories such as … Read More

Filling the Cybersecurity Gap in the Age of IOT

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Rewind a couple of years and if you had asked a stranger on the street if they’d heard of a botnet or a DDoS attack*, they would likely shrug their shoulders or give you a blank stare. These days, due to a handful of high profile incidents involving Mirai, a malware that targets Linux systems, and other malware, an increasing … Read More

CloudBleed – The Issue You Didn’t Know About That Can Impact Your BUsiness

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Another day, another high profile “bleed” incident has hit the headlines. Following shortly behind recently discovered F5 bug “Ticketbleed” (CVE-2016-9244), Cloudflare, a popular internet services company best known for their CDN (content delivery network), announced last week (on 2/19) a bug that leaked memory contents all over the internet. Cloudflare quickly rectified the issue hours after it was discovered, and … Read More