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Good companies evolve; great companies push the market to evolve. Fortinet has collaborated with a cadre of best-in-class technology alliance partners to produce the industry’s first truly open security framework. The Fortinet Security Fabric is the culmination of technological and partnership initiatives to provide the market with a holistic security strategy designed to solve real-world problems. Today’s announcement expands Fortinet’s robust ecosystem of technology alliances by expanding the functionality of the Fortinet Security... [Read More]
by RSS Neil Prasad  |  Sep 26, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
We all know about the challenges of having far too many security vendors deployed across our networks. In Fortinet’s most recent research, surveying over 1,000 CSOs across ten countries about their top concerns, 59% of respondents stated that the greatest challenge to achieving automated and consistent security policies across their networks was due to the numerous firewall solutions deployed within their network infrastructures.Security managers monitor an average of 14 security consoles, and still often have to hand-correlate events and threat... [Read More]
by RSS Daniel Cole  |  Jun 13, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Business to Business, or B2B networks are pervasive within Financial Services network environments. They are also highly vulnerable to attack.  One reason is that these networks are often woefully unprotected. Some organizations have implemented simple firewall capabilities into these B2B networks, and most have VPNs. But because performance is paramount, security is often seen as a bottleneck; so many of these networks are often only secured using simple router ACLs (RACLs) and NAT. Seriously.With the global transition to digital business impacting... [Read More]
by RSS Araldo Menegon  |  May 25, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Innovations in wireless and computing technology are driving the growth of connectivity between devices and appliances throughout the home, office, car, store, or practically any place that has a Wi-Fi connection. Known as ubiquitous computing, the reach of interconnected devices is widespread and ever expanding, providing opportunities for ground-breaking new services that improve safety, security, reliability, and convenience. But perhaps unsurprisingly, the growth of ubiquitous computing and network connections also creates new vulnerabilities... [Read More]
by RSS Fortinet  |  May 18, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
This week Fortinet announced even more advances to our award-winning, ICSA-certified Advanced Threat Protection solution – because, apparently, awesome simply wasn’t good enough. What is Advanced Threat Protection? The unprecedented growth of devices, users, applications, transactions, and services passing through the increasingly distributed corporate infrastructure is transforming networks. And much of this data is highly prized by the cybercriminal community as it often includes confidential and sensitive information, customer... [Read More]
by RSS David Finger  |  Apr 25, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Introducing the Fortinet Security Fabric Networks are currently undergoing dramatic change. Organizations are simultaneously wrestling with issues such as BYOD, IoT, virtualization, SDN, cloud, the proliferation of applications, Big Data, and the expectations of the next generation of employees to blend their work and their personal lives on a single device of their choosing, with instant access to any data, at any time, from any location. This has exponentially increased the attack surface that organizations need to be concerned with. For... [Read More]
by RSS John Maddison  |  Apr 25, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Securing the Cloud In the emerging digital economy, organizations are connecting users, devices, data, goods, and services to drive business value. Organizations that want to compete successfully in this new economy are having to adopt new architectures, such as virtualization and cloud, to make them more agile, more responsive to customer needs and market demands, and more relevant to their customers. Cloud services provide the sort of on-demand resources digital businesses demand. The device that data resides on is less important than that... [Read More]
by RSS Bill McGee  |  Apr 25, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends