For your customers, identifying and quickly securing against modern cyberthreats is paramount—especially as they adopt digital transformation strategies to better meet the needs of their consumers. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are also moving at an increasingly rapid pace by continually innovating and evolving to exploit new attack vectors.
Over the past several months, the FortiGuard Labs team has been tracking a number of evolving trends related to the FortiGuard 2018 Threat Landscape Predictions. This mid-year update provides new details concerning recent advances in some of the techniques and malware tied to those predictions.
As the digital and physical worlds become more interconnected, threat intelligence sharing is becoming an increasingly critical component of any security strategy.
If organizations want to get out ahead of the criminal community that wants to steal, hijack, or ransom that data, they will have to rethink their approach to security. Deploying effective security services help bridge the gap between traditionally isolated security devices.
Building an effective security framework designed for your organization needs to start with three basic strategies. With these best practices in place, you should be able to quickly cut through the noise, avoid the “shiny new toy” syndrome, and quickly assess whether a particular solution is right for your organization right now.