integrated security


The vast majority of cybercrime we deal with is opportunistic and automated. It is the domain of criminals trolling for the unaware and vulnerable. They target unpatched systems and vulnerable applications, exploit gullible end users, break through inadequate security systems, and infect people wandering around the web in places they probably shouldn’t go. [Read More]
by RSS Jonathan Nguyen-Duy  |  Feb 15, 2018  |  Filed in: Business and Technology, Industry Trends
It might be surprising to identify cybersecurity as an existential risk to fourth industrial revolution enterprises. Heretofore, most companies classified cybersecurity as an annoyance level issue, but not something that could completely destroy a business. All that has now changed. [Read More]
by RSS Alvin Rodrigues  |  Feb 12, 2018  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
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
It’s a fact: Today’s threats have made the threats of yesterday a vision in the rear-view mirror, along with the security counterparts developed to tackle them. It’s also quite known that the legacy firewall is easily circumvented by modern threats. For example, botnets frequently communicate over common ports like HTTP to do their dirty work – sending stolen information and receiving tasks to carry out. Thus, one could deduce that TCP port 80 is a security threat and, on the strongest countermeasure, should be blocked. However, in today's... [Read More]
by RSS Derek Manky  |  Apr 12, 2011  |  Filed in: Security Research