Cloud Security Sample RFP

At Armor, we get a lot of RFPs for cloud security. We have compiled the most commonly asked questions we get and made it available to you. We hope this will make it easier for you as you look for a solution that meets your business needs.

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Armor Secure Hosting for Payments – Data Sheet

A PCI DSS-COMPLIANT CLOUD FOR PAYMENT TRANSACTIONS AND PCI DATA The risk is too high for companies that deal with payment transactions and PCI data to take a reactive approach to cybersecurity. Armor Anywhere with secure hosting is a secure managed cloud environment — integrated with advanced security controls and real-time threat intelligence — and […]

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Upcoming Webinar| Hidden Figures: The Impact of Women in Cybersecurity

Wednesday, April 22 at 1 p.m. ET/ 12 p.m. CT

Join our team and renowned female leaders as we discuss powerful and influential women in cybersecurity and more.

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Quint: Leading International Online Fintech Businesses in the Consumer Credit Sector, with Uncompromised Security – Case Study

An Armor client since June 2017, Quint Group is a global multi award-winning operator of financial technology (fintech) businesses that uses proprietary technologies to power a portfolio of leading online fintech businesses in the consumer credit sector. Quint is based in the UK and with presence in the USA, Poland, China, South Africa and Australia. Learn more about how Armor helps Quint ensure the highest confidence to both their clients, and their five subsidiaries that their valuable data is both secure and compliant by downloading the case study.

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Astute Solutions: Minimizing PCI Scope While Securing Stored Sensitive Data – Case Study

Armor Partner, TokenEx took Astute's PCI compliance from zero to certified in a matter of months. Without significantly altering its platform, Astute needed to minimize PCI scope in its production SaaS environment while still allowing its customers to store sensitive data. To accomplish this, TokenEx implemented its iFrame into the browsers of customer service agents, enabling TokenEx to capture, tokenize, and then store PCI, removing Astute’s system from scope.

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