As government agencies undergo digital transformation, their security strategies must align with these new initiatives. Join Fortinet at the 2019 Security Transformation Summit to learn how to mitigate cyber threats in the midst of digital transformation.
A system of integrated, orchestrated security solutions enables organizations to fight automation with automation, using cybercriminals’ own tactics to turn the tables on them and shorten the time to detection so that forensic analysis can begin immediately and the security lifecycle can be strengthened.
Federal agencies have unique security needs, which also means they require security experts who understand those needs in order to deliver the right solutions.
Fortinet’s Security Fabric cloud solutions are available to AWS enterprise, service provider, and public sector customers, providing comprehensive security, threat intelligence, and visibility to detect, isolate, and respond to threats in real time.
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.
Federal agencies are under pressure to make a timely, secure shift to the cloud with minimal disruption. For many, however, this is easier said than done. With a wide array of data that falls under a variety of privacy and protection regulations, "how?" is a complicated question.
Historically, federal agencies have been wary of using public cloud due to security concerns. Yet the agility and cost savings offered by cloud infrastructure is proving to be a major incentive, leading to a recent big push for agencies to re-engage with public cloud providers. Security is still a central issue, and many agencies are looking at cloud service providers whose products adopt a cloud-first strategy, viewing them either as a firewall in the cloud or as a way to outsource security to the cloud. However, no one...