The EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference is coming up! Get a preview of the themes and events of this year’s conference, as well as what Fortinet will be there to discuss.
Frequent reports of large data breaches are alarming for everyone. Customers worry about the implications of having their financial and personal information hijacked. The organizations that were compromised worry about both the near-term and the long-term effects on their business. And other organizations worry if they will be next.
Over the past few years, Fortinet has attended HIMSS to participate in conversations surrounding the direction of healthcare technology. We have contributed to and led these conversations, leveraging our cybersecurity expertise to convey the importance of securing IT investments to healthcare IT professionals. These conversations are especially poignant now, as attacks on hospitals and healthcare providers have become more impactful due to their frequency and level of sophistication.
In our last blog we learnt what potential impact the mandatory breach notification and the EU’s GDPR will have on the Australian market. But what’s next for organisations and what will be the potential challenges?
Both Australia’s Mandatory Notifiable Data Breach legislation and the EU’s GDPR are shining a spotlight on state-of-the-art data security technoloies and strategies to help Australian organisations stay strong in an increasingly digitized world.
More than ever, security cannot be an afterthought. It requires planning, people, and processes combined with adaptive security technologies that can dynamically scale to today’s digital networks and automatically respond as an integrated system to address the advanced cyber threats.
Financial organizations can benefit from a change in thinking. Read this post to learn how thinking like a cybercriminal can prevent data breaches.
Our threat landscape is constantly evolving. As known vectors are exposed and neutralized, new methods emerge to take their places. And the current wave of advanced threats are getting increasingly better at slipping past perimeter security to reach the unprotected internal network. While edge firewalls do an excellent job of protecting the network border, they can’t help after a breach occurs. It might be malicious code that sits dormant for months before launching an opportunistic attack on critical infrastructure. Or it could be...