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THE CANADIAN SECURITIES EXCHANGE – The Exchange for Entrepreneurs | Quarterly Issue No. 4

VirtualArmor leveraging experience, top talent as demand for network security takes off by Peter Murray

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ew themes in business news have more consistently made high profile headlines over the past few years than breaches of network security at large organizations. Target, eBay, and even such technology leaders as Sony, are among numerous wellknown entities to have suffered at the hands of individuals or teams bent on infiltrating their computer networks and making off with sensitive data. Perhaps the most concerning thing is that we never hear about the vast majority of intrusions, either because the victims do not make them public, or because they are unaware that anything is even taking place.

The one thing we can be sure of is that the world of network security is changing at an everaccelerating pace, with the result being that many organizations don’t even know what they don’t know. If ever there was a situation necessitating expert, third-party support, this is it. That being the case, it is hardly surprising that Colorado-based VirtualArmor International Inc. (CSE:VAI), which made its debut on the Canadian Securities Exchange on November 24, is seeing demand for its skill set rise at a furious pace.

...the world of network security is changing at an everaccelerating pace...

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The CSE Quarterly, Quarter 4, 2015  
The CSE Quarterly, Quarter 4, 2015  

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