Because digital technologies are widely available to everyone, this flattens the competitive advantage. How an enterprise and a CSP manages their DX implementation becomes the defining factor of a successful transformation. There are three factors to emphasize with your customers.
The Mobile Security and Managed Security Services Zone area that we’re setting in up in our booth at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) places Fortinet at the center of one of the most innovation-intensive sectors of Communication Service Providers (CSPs). The dawning era of 5G is about much more than speeds and availability.
Fortinet is a sponsor of the 2018 Microsoft Tech Summit, a traveling seminar and exhibition series in Europe
Fortinet’s booth presence and education efforts at Mobile World Congress reinforce that commitment by exploring three themes: Agile Security for Mobile Cloud Services Delivery, Advanced Security for Industrial Operation Technology (OT) and the Internet of Things (IoT), and Mobile Security/Managed Security Services.
In this blog post, I’d like to zero in on what we’re planning around the Agile Security theme. In two subsequent blog posts, I’ll expand on our Advanced Security and Mobile Security-Managed Security Services themes.
Fortinet will be making its first ever appearance at the 2018 Mobile World Congress (MWC), billed as the world’s largest gathering of the Communication Service Providers (CSPs) industry, this coming February 26 through March 1 in Barcelona, Spain.
Data Centers are undergoing the most radical transformation since they were first created. For decades, they were walled off and isolated vaults containing some of an organization’s most valued assets. Only a handful of data center shamans were authorized to query that data center for information. It’s no coincidence that that largest data center vendor in the world is named Oracle. But today, everyone from executives to employees and consultants to even customers now have access to data center resources, often using homegrown applications...
Over the years, network security solutions and deployment has been built on the assumption that threats originate outside the enterprise network – trust was put in the internal network, while security was mostly deployed at the perimeter to provide protection from the outside threats and hackers. While security infrastructure has evolved to reflect the evolution of threats and technology, its deployment remained focus around the perimeter. However, breach analysis information shows that a significant number of threats have been entirely overlo