Veristor and Armis Partner to Provide Agentless Device Security for Diverse, Managed and Unmanaged Devices

Veristor and Armis Partner to Provide Agentless Device Security for Diverse_ Managed and Unmanaged Devices-01

Veristor Systems, Inc., a trusted provider of transformative business technology solutions, and Armis®, the leading agentless device security platform, today announced a partnership to provide cybersecurity asset management, risk management and automated enforcement to address the new threat landscape of IT, OT, IoT, medical and unmanaged devices.

“The rising threat of cyberattacks in non-corporate IT environments combined with a rapid influx of non-traditional connected devices in today’s enterprise environments creates significant cyberattack risk,” said Brian Yost, Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Veristor. “Armis uniquely solves this challenge with an agentless device security platform which is just as effective on OT, IoT, medical and unmanaged devices as it is on managed endpoints. This dramatically reduces cyber risk to fill a massive enterprise security gap many of our customers face.”

“When it comes to the design and delivery of advanced security solutions for secure enterprise environments, Veristor is one of the leading solution provider experts,” said Peter Doggart, VP Business Development and Global Channels at Armis. “We are pleased to add them to our growing partner network as we work together to eliminate the device security risk and gaps that can expose organizations to cyberthreats through the rapidly expanding number of vulnerable devices connected across their network.”

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Unlike traditional Endpoint Detection and Response Software (EDR) which requires an agent to provide continuous monitoring of managed systems, Armis is 100% agentless and expands beyond managed systems to monitor and protect unmanaged computers and IoT devices. The platform discovers all assets and devices – from laptops and smartphones to smart TVs, webcams, printers, industrial control systems, medical devices and more – and identifies gaps and vulnerabilities while also delivering automated security policy enforcement.