VIRTUALARMOUR MAINTAINS 100% CLIENT PROTECTION AGAINST GLOBAL ‘PETYA’ CYBERATTACK

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Vancouver, B.C. – (June 30, 2017) Premier Managed Services Provider, VirtualArmour International Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:VAI) (3V3:F), announced today it continued to maintain 100% protection for its entire client base after a second cyberattack know as ‘Petya’, hit Global businesses. “This recent attack was originally believed to be ransomware similar to WannaCry but the ransom component has subsequently been shown … Read More

LEADING U.S. UTILITY PROVIDER SIGNS MULTI-YEAR CONTRACT WITH VIRTUALARMOUR

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Vancouver, B.C. – (June 27, 2017) Premier Managed Services Provider, VirtualArmour International Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:VAI) (3V3:F) announced today that it had finalized a multi-year contract with a large U.S. utility provider. The contract includes the design and provisioning of updated network infrastructure – including hardware and software – specialist implementation and ongoing Managed Services.  VirtualArmour secured the contract as it … Read More

News Alert – New Global Randsomeware Outbreak

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Comment provided by Andrew Douthwaite, VP Managed Services VirtualArmour. What we know On the heels of the “WannaCry” attack and as businesses and governments are in the midst of beefing up their cybersecurity standards another attack has occurred. The ‘Petya’ ransomware outbreak started in Eastern Europe with first confirmed cases in Ukraine & Russia. It has subsequently been spreading West over … Read More

VIRTUALARMOUR PROVIDES 2017 CORPORATE UPDATE

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Vancouver, B.C. – (June 22, 2017) Premier Managed Services Provider (MSP), VirtualArmour International Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:VAI) (3V3:GR), is pleased to provide a corporate update on the Company’s progress in the first six months of 2017. Corporate Strategy and Growth: During Q1, 2017 VirtualArmour increased revenue growth by 88% over the same period the previous year and continued to experience strong … Read More

VIRTUALARMOUR SELECTED IN BRANHAM’S TOP 25 MOVERS AND SHAKERS

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Vancouver, B.C. – (June 20, 2017) Premier Managed Services Provider, VirtualArmour International Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:VAI) has been ranked number seven in Branham’s Top 25 Movers and Shakers list for 2017. The Branham Group is a global Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry analyst and strategic marketing company that has produced ranking of ICT companies in Canada for 24 consecutive years. … Read More

VIRTUALARMOUR SIGNS MULTI-YEAR CONTRACT WITH GLOBALLY RECOGNIZED NON-PROFIT

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Sees 40% Increase in Overall Demand for Professional Services Vancouver, B.C. – (June 14, 2017) Premier Managed Services Provider, VirtualArmour International Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:VAI) announced today it has secured a new, mulit-year Professional Services Contract with a globally recognized non-profit organization. The contract will see VirtualArmour implement and manage IT infrastructure to assist with scalability and heightened security. “Designing and … Read More

VIRTUALARMOUR CONFIRMS NEW MULTI-YEAR CONTRACT WITH LEADING HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY FIRM

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Vancouver, B.C. – (June 8, 2017) Premier Managed Services Provider, VirtualArmour International Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:VAI), announced today a signed, multi-year Managed Services contract with one of the world’s leading healthcare technology providers. The contract will see VirtualArmour assume the ongoing responsibility for the management and protection of the organization’s network and IT infrastructure. “Due to increased exposure to cyberattacks, businesses … Read More

What Company Executives Need to Learn From WannaCry

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There are many lessons to be learned from last month’s cybersecurity event which left 400,000 machines infected and disrupted businesses, factories, hospitals, and schools in over 150 countries. The WannaCry ransomware aimed to take control of system data by encrypting important files as soon as the virus became active. This malicious software would then demand a ransom of $300 to … Read More