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Digital Business Requires Digital Security

This same data must also be protected as it moves across systems, applications, devices, and the multi-cloud. Which means that security needs to be able to seamlessly extend to the farthest reaches of the network, and even to those elements that may not even be in the network yet. It must also be found at every point of data interaction, not just at the perimeters or to secure north-south traffic. This represents a fundamental change in how security must be approached. It’s no longer just about the placement of security in the different parts of the network. It goes far beyond that.

By John MaddisonMay 10, 2018

Industry Trends

Executive Insights: If it is Not Seamless, It is Not Secure

As the number of connected devices on networks and subsequent threats increase at a rate that is practically immeasurable, many organizations are making the mistake of fighting fire with fire. They are meeting complexity with complexity -- a moment-to-moment tactical response that reduces their cybersecurity to an inefficient collection of vendors, protocols and operating systems.

By Michael XieJanuary 18, 2018

Industry Trends

Today’s Best Practices for Protecting the Distributed Network

In the new digital economy, businesses that are able to adapt will be the most competitive and successful. This will require adopting new technologies, networking systems, and strategies. But many of the emerging technologies and strategies that are being deployed across our networks come with a set of unknowns that are having a huge impact on security. The reason is that traditional approaches to security were never really designed to protect dynamic, borderless, and hyper-connected environments. Many Factors Are in Play For example,...

By Matthew PleySeptember 27, 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

Threat Research | Industry Trends

Fortinet 2017 Cybersecurity Predictions: Accountability Takes the Stage

With the growth and pervasiveness of online devices and digital tools, we reached a critical tipping point in 2016. The need for accountability at multiple levels is urgent and real and affects us all. If something isn’t done, there is a real risk of disrupting the emerging Digital Economy.   Even in recent weeks, IoT devices were hijacked to shut down a huge section of the Internet. Stolen documents were used in an attempt to influence the US presidential election. Ransomware began to reach epidemic proportions, including high...

By Derek MankyNovember 21, 2016