A security architecture built around a framework of open standards not only ensures interoperability, but also increases performance.
While the business advantages of the cloud are significant, rapid migration is also introducing complexities and risks that few organizations have adequately prepared for—right at a time when the cybersecurity skills gap is dangerously wide, and cybercriminals are more capable of exploiting vulnerabilities than ever before.
For a security solution to meet the demands of an SD-WAN architecture, security needs to be part of your original SD-WAN planning so security can be thoroughly integrated into WAN functionality, as well as tie into and across other security tools to better detect and prevent today’s advanced threats.
Advanced security functionality needs to not only be part of your original SD-WAN conversation rather than an afterthought, but it must also be as thoroughly and natively integrated as possible to better detect and prevent today’s advanced threats.
To meet the challenges of the constantly evolving cybersecurity threat landscape, service providers require a robust and flexible infrastructure that enables them to adapt to new lines of attack.
As the drive towards digital transformation gathers momentum, this is an appropriate time for organizations to pause and reflect for a moment on their security strategies.
As education and state and local governments become more tech focused, they are more susceptible to cyber risks. See what Fortinet's Jeff Jennings had to say about key security trends in the SLED space.
Agile software and application development add a layer of abstraction and complexity that cybercriminals have demonstrated to be more than willing and able to exploit.
Fortinet’s 2018 Security Implications of Digital Transformation Survey looks at the state of cybersecurity in organizations around the world from a lens of digital transformation and the implications going forward.