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Why the Financial Sector Needs to Focus on Automating Threat Intelligence

Threat intelligence is a necessary part of threat detection, yet is often ignored. Learn why financial institutions must focus on building their architecture for automated threat intelligence.

By Bill HoganSeptember 12, 2017

Industry Trends

CIPA Compliance and Cybersecurity: You Can’t Have One Without the Other

Cybersecurity measures are being adopted and fine-tuned across industries to ensure sensitive data is protected against cybercriminals and evolving attack vectors. However, some industries, such as education, are held more accountable for data protection than others.

By Susan BiddleAugust 31, 2017

Industry Trends

WLAN Security Challenges that Healthcare Organizations Need to Overcome

The healthcare industry is evolving rapidly. Doctors, nurses, and hospital staff need the most up-to-date information and technology at their fingertips at a moment’s notice. While technological advances improve efficiency, patient care, and overall experience, they also bring new challenges in terms of network and WLAN security. Wireless local area networks (WLAN) are increasingly operating web-facing applications and supporting critical functions required by both new technology and user demand. This makes the wireless network a high impact...

By Susan BiddleAugust 30, 2017

Industry Trends

Preparing for GDPR: What the Financial Services Industry Should Know

Businesses around the globe are becoming increasingly data driven. This, in large part, has to do with the expectation of customization across the user experience. Financial institutions, for example, have been able to use customer data and customization to offer tailored services to their customers, such as loans or insurance, based on recent purchases or financial history. However, consumers are now being encouraged to re-take control of their own personal data. The new emphasis being placed on individual rights to data is clearly demonstrated...

By Bill HoganAugust 29, 2017

Industry Trends

The Primary Factors Driving Cybersecurity Investments in Education

Today’s schools are technology-rich environments. For example, they have long used internal systems to keep and track a variety of records, including the personal data of their students and faculty. Today, however, that tech infrastructure must be optimized to accommodate the shift to a new digital education model. Teachers are increasingly adopting new digital learning tools, with $9 billion being spent on K-12 digital curriculum tools in 2016. While schools often provide some devices for faculty and students, bring your own device (BYOD)...

By Susan BiddleAugust 11, 2017

Business and Technology

Executive Insights: Managing Risk through Digital Trust

In the context of digital trust, effective cybersecurity can become an essential enabler of digital transformation. In other words, if organizations and users can’t trust their data, and trust that it is safe, they will not engage, and the Digital Economy will fail.

By Drew Del MattoJune 19, 2017

Industry Trends

Higher Education: Critical Infrastructure and the Dark Cloud of Cyber Threats

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has identified 16 sectors that have been determined to be designated as critical infrastructure due to the debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination that would result from any of these sectors being compromised. Included in this list of 16 is the Government Facilities Sector, which covers, “a wide variety of buildings, located in the United States and overseas, that are owned or leased by federal, state, local, and tribal governments.”...

By Susan BiddleJune 15, 2017

Industry Trends | Business and Technology

Executive Insights: Achieving Digital Trust in a World of Data

Cybersecurity is at a critical tipping point.  With massive volumes of data being generated and analyzed across the globe every day from a variety of sources and devices, an entirely new approach to network security is required. From both a business and technology perspective, traditional security paradigms are struggling to be agile and fast enough to move at the speed required in this new world.  The linchpin to success going forward will be a business’ ability to flexibly secure its sensitive data and create digital trust with its customers.

By Drew Del MattoApril 28, 2017

Industry Trends

The True Value of Data

Investigate technologies that employ automation to analyze suspicious attachments, Web sites, and other avenues of attack. Fortinet delivers proactive malware identification and an unparalleled depth of analysis capabilities. This includes machine learning analysis capabilities backed up by a dedicated team of human analysts. Ask how FortiGuard Cyber Threat Intelligence services can be leveraged with the Fortinet Security Fabric to provide the strongest malware protection available in the industry.

By Keith RayleApril 10, 2017

Industry Trends

Channel Focus: Solving Security’s Growing Pains with Scalability

Going wireless with a customer’s network and cloud was once a leap. Now it’s simply the next step. According to Cisco’s latest Global Cloud Index, 92% of workloads will be processed in cloud data centers by 2020, and research from IDG shows worldwide spending on public cloud service will grow to more than $141B by 2019. As the use of the cloud grows, however, the potential attack surface becomes substantially larger and organizations are exposed to new risks. But that’s not all. While technology is evolving, so are customer...

By Amy ThompsonMarch 31, 2017