Threat Management, Threat Intelligence, Asset Management

Armis Delivers AI-Powered Cyber Exposure Management

Armis has released its Centrix artificial intelligence-powered cyber exposure management platform, which secures assets, remediates vulnerabilities, blocks threats and protects attack surfaces, according to the company.

Organizations can use Centrix to discover, contextualize, enrich and profile their assets, Armis noted. At the same time, they can leverage Centrix Asset Intelligence risk scores, policies, alerting and visualizations to prioritize their efforts to protect against exposures.

Armis Takes a Modular Approach to Cyber Exposure Management

Centrix delivers cybersecurity capabilities across the following areas:

  • Asset management and security through an inventory of all asset types and allows organizations to see and secure their attack surfaces accordingly.
  • Operational technology (OT) and internet of things (IoT) to see and secure their OT and IOT networks and physical assets.
  • Medical device security by providing healthcare organizations with visibility into and security across their medical devices and clinical assets.
  • Vulnerability prioritization and remediation by letting organizations use automatic remediation and ticketing workflows to consolidate, prioritize and address vulnerabilities.

Centrix can also be used in conjunction with enforcement and ticketing tools, Armis said. That way, organizations can utilize Centrix with these tools to establish workflows and track their progress as they look for ways to eliminate risks.

Armis Announces Executive Appointments

The Centrix launch comes after Armis in September 2023 named Aviram Cohen as its chief development officer and Dana Gilboa as its chief product officer. Cohen and Gilboa were promoted from internal roles with Armis.

Cohen most recently has served as executive vice president of R&D at Armis. He has been with Armis since March 2017.

Gilboa had served as Armis' SVP of product dating back to March 2022. Prior to joining Armis, Gilboa held executive roles in the cybersecurity space and various leadership roles at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).

Armis' Customer Base Continues to Grow

In the first six months of its fiscal year ending July 2023, Armis reported 80% customer growth. Furthermore, customers expanded their use of Armis' platform, with 50% adopting two of the company's solutions and over 15% adopting three or more in the past year.

Organizations can use Armis' platform to protect their attack surfaces and manage their cyber risk exposure, the company said. Armis also offers the Armis Partner Experience (APEX) Program for MSSPs, MSPs and other technology providers.  

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.