Getting out of the trap of reaction-based security requires organizations to rethink both their networking and security strategies. Organizations need to begin by anticipating attacks by implementing zero-trust strategies, leveraging real-time threat intelligence, deploying behavioral analytics tools, and implementing a cohesive security fabric.
Fortinet will attend RSA Conference 2019 to address evolving IT security threats to maintain business continuity. Join Fortinet at booth #5869 to discuss ways to secure your business.
At Accelerate 2019, taking place from April 8th -11th, Fortinet Partners are invited to join in on critical sessions focused on analyzing performance and managing cybersecurity strategies. Take a closer look at what will be covered.
The latest Fortinet Threat Landscape Report reveals that cybercriminals are constantly evolving the sophistication of their attacks—from continuing to exploit the vast insecurity of IoT devices, to morphing open source malware tools into new threats.
Fortinet has just announced its portfolio support for the Mobile Service Provider transformation to a 5G core network. Fortinet has a growing family of advanced security solutions not only designed for, but fully integrated together to protect today’s evolving networks and virtual infrastructures.
Read three recent Fortinet success stories of Secure SD-WAN and SD-Branch deployments that help emphasize the value that Fortinet brings to the SD-WAN marketplace.
Fortinet is proud to have been one of the first security solutions offered on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Having these solutions as “click to launch” services, in addition to being part of the initial launch of this new service from Oracle, cements our relationship even further.
Accelerate 2019 offers a wide variety of sessions and workshops to give users and partners the tools and experience they need to secure their networks and the networks of their customers. Learn what to expect from this year’s conference.
As the threat landscape continues to evolve rapidly, it now includes increasingly sophisticated, zero-day malware that traditional security approaches can no longer keep pace with. Staying ahead of today’s accelerated cybercrime trends requires adding artificial intelligence (AI) to an organization’s network security strategy.