Effective cybersecurity relies on active threat and vulnerability awareness. Partners can help provide that awareness using a comprehensive cyber threat assessment program.
Customers need a unified view into every IoT device on the network to secure against the threats brought on by the adoption of IoT, combined with the ability to detect and act on threats.
Today's attacks are designed to exploit vulnerabilities and dive deep into the network without leaving a trace. This enables lateral movement, in which bad actors search for resources to take over or data to exploit, all without detection.
The modern threat landscape is complex. Today, customers require equally complex security solutions to maintain an effective security posture. By completing Fortinet’s NSE 8 certification, partners can master the techniques and solutions needed to combat today’s more advanced threats.
SMBs are increasing their use of technology to remain competitive, which is simultaneously increasing their potential attack surface. Learn why SMBs are a target for cyberattacks and how Fortinet partners can help mitigate these risks with integrated security solutions.
A little less than a year ago, Fortinet launched a new subsidiary, Fortinet Federal, Inc., in order to better provide critical cyber solutions and professional services to the public sector. This past week, the Fortinet Federal team held its first Federal Partner Forum in Reston, VA to discuss how to successfully address the growing cybersecurity challenges being faced by Federal agencies. The Partner Forum was designed to help organizations better understand the Federal marketplace, navigate the complexities of Federal procurement programs, and identify Federal IT and cybersecurity challenges and budget priorities.
Cybercriminals use email to trick users into providing login credentials or initiating fraudulent transactions, as well as to unknowingly install malware, ransomware, and other malicious payloads. These are some of the top email-based cyberattacks that your customers need be aware of.
The cybersecurity skills shortage is an issue impacting all industries. As cyberattacks become more frequent and sophisticated, organizations all over the world are struggling to outfit their teams with personnel that are armed with essential cybersecurity backgrounds and technical security skills, in addition to broader IT know-how.
Partners: Cybersecurity must always be a critical element of your customers’ innovations to ensure that changes in enterprise technology do not leave the organization vulnerable to attacks. However, this is easier said than done.