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The Government of Canada selected Fortinet to secure its IT infrastructure. Fortinet's Andy Travers shares some perspective on the unique security requirements of government agencies.    Fortinet has a longstanding history of working with the Canadian market. What is unique about Fortinet’s approach that has made it become a security partner of choice for businesses and agencies across the country?  First of all, Fortinet has a proud Canadian heritage. Significant elements of our product development, our... [Read More]
by RSS Darlene Gannon  |  Aug 17, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends, Security Q & A
It has been famously said that, “the wheels of justice turn slowly.” That’s partly because the process most governments use when creating regulations and laws encourages debate, the careful examination of all sides of an issue, and the development of bartered consensus between groups with differing needs and opinions. In the modern era, this model has been very successful at promoting economic success while balancing personal freedom with social accountability. This model is less effective, however, when it comes to regulating... [Read More]
by RSS Fortinet  |  May 10, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
For any business, a security breach can be a complicated and costly disaster. Not only does a business face the issue of having brand equity damaged, IT systems compromised and customers' trust voided, but another likely outcome of any significant security breach is a lawsuit. Businesses have a duty of care to reasonably protect their customer data. If that duty is breached, say because a hacker or a piece of malware compromises the company's data, and a customer is harmed in some way by the cause of such breach, then that customer can sue the... [Read More]
by RSS UnAttributed  |  Nov 18, 2013  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
More often than not, malware stealthily infects systems and lifts valuable data long before it is ever detected, let alone eliminated. That said, it's not surprising that some of the most pernicious threats often go underestimated, or are dismissed altogether. But what happens when the opposite is true, when fear and panic surrounding malware come to a dramatic crescendo - so much so that users place valuable resources and security dollars into fighting a costly, but non-existent, threat? That was a hard lesson to learn for one Commerce Department... [Read More]
by RSS Stefanie Hoffman  |  Aug 01, 2013  |  Filed in: Business and Technology