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Fortinet 361° Security Forum 2017

Securing Your Digital Transformation On September 5-7, Fortinet will be hosting the 2017 361° Security Forum in Vienna, Austria. Hundreds of Fortinet partners and customers from across EMEA and SAARC will be attending this three-day conference to discuss the impact that the transition to a digital economy and new digital business models are having on organizations around the world. Digital transformation is driving sweeping changes to not only how businesses compete for customers, but to fundamental ways that organizations operate. Data...

By Annabelle SouSeptember 01, 2017

Industry Trends

Byline: What’s Your Network’s Threat IQ? 3 Steps Toward Actionable, Real-Time Threat Intel

Many people will recognize the next few words as a gross understatement: The number of cyberthreats and cyberattacks targeting organizations won’t slow down anytime soon. In recent months, we’ve seen increasingly sophisticated attacks targeting specific organizations, compromised IoT devices used in DDoS attacks, and large-scale ransomware outbreaks spreading across the globe. Many businesses struggle to keep up with the security threats they face, and they don’t know how to take the next step to better protect their systems....

By Derek MankyJuly 17, 2017

Industry Trends

Byline: Know Your Enemy: Understanding Threat Actors

This is Part II of a series. Read Part I here. Sun Tzu wrote in his famous book, The Art of War, “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” In my previous article, “Are you Aware of Your Cyber Situation,” I discussed how important it is for you to understand your business as it relates to your digital...

By Anthony GiandomenicoJuly 13, 2017

Industry Trends

Why Ned Stark Would Still Be Alive If He Had a Security Strategy

Ultimately brought down by his own nobility, Eddard Stark could have done the realms a lot more good with a smart security strategy instead of holding on to the Old Ways. This past weekend, I had a Ned Stark moment. No, I wasn't betrayed by scheming southern lords and I didn't promise my daughter to a cruel prince. Instead, I killed one of my chickens. It was a rooster who had become too aggressive and was attacking our lambs (farming is a hobby that borders on an obsession for me - it's a nice break from staring at a computer...

By Chris DawsonApril 21, 2015