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Integrity360 partners Armis

A joint partnership between pan-European cyber security specialists, Integrity360 and asset intelligence cybersecurity company Armis, will give organizations complete visibility of their entire digital environment to enable businesses to not just gain visibility into their entire attack surface, their assets and what they comprise of, but also identify and address exposures and anomalies before they can be negatively impacted.

This visibility includes all managed and unmanaged devices across IT, Operational Technology (OT), and the Internet of Things (IoT).  It also covers medical devices such as X-ray machines, security cameras, temperature sensors, and heating/ventilation controls – many of which can be exploited by a determined adversary to gain initial access or as pivot points towards an ultimate target.

The announcement of this partnership comes as unpatched vulnerabilities are identified by Integrity360 as the leading exploit typically used for initial access by threat actors in the field.  Furthermore, the footprint of non-IT assets continues to rise.  The number of IoT devices is expected to grow to close to 30 billion globally by 2030, according to research firm Statista.  In addition, Allied Market Research forecasts a 19% annual growth rate in OT investment over the same period, highlighting that the need to secure this area of attack from adversaries is becoming ever more important.
“We live in an increasingly connected world, underpinned by the exponential expansion of the attack surface due to cloud, IoT, OT, Mobile, Identity, and the work-from-anywhere era.  This is only set to continue in the years to come, which means the attack surface will be forever expanding.  With more devices and more threats, companies need solutions, services, and partners that bolster cyber security and – more importantly – resilience,” explains Brian Martin, Director of Product Management, Integrity360.
“Alongside Armis, we believe that full visibility is key and aim to equip businesses with effective threat exposure management solutions and services which not only monitor the environment and prevent attacks but limit their impact in the worst-case scenario. Organizations which fail to take such a holistic approach are leaving themselves and their customers vulnerable.”
“We are pleased to be able to join forces with Integrity360 across EMEA as a flagship partner for Managed Services,” says Jamie Andrews, Senior Director, Channel, EMEA, Armis.  “Our partner ecosystem is at the very foundation of Armis and a valuable resource to be able to support and service our customers.  The value that this can bring to Armis will not only provide a stronger customer experience but also ensure that the technology is used to its fullest capacity and alleviate the pressure on customers.”

Together, Integrity360 and Armis are supporting businesses by delivering increased visibility and enhanced threat exposure management with passive sensors which don’t require deployment of agents or impact operational performance or availability.  Additionally, Integrity360 will offer managed services to enable organizations to leverage the Armis platform and map their entire attack surface, identify potential cyber security gaps, spot anomalies across their asset inventory, and increase the efficacy of existing security measures.

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