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Industry Trends

Integrating Artificial Intelligence into Cybersecurity: Collaboration is the Key….!

We have seen from the previous two posts on cybersecurity and AI the importance of using advanced technology to stay ahead of cybercriminals. But far too often, a threat transcends the capacity of one particular box, especially when it has been deployed in a discrete place in the network and has been functionally isolated from the rest of the network and other security devices. This is where Fortinet’s innovations around collaboration are paramount. Regardless of the physical location of a doiscovered security event, FortiGuard Labs teams...

By Jack ChanSeptember 17, 2017

Industry Trends

Adapting to the New Normal with an Informed Cybersecurity Strategy

As cyberattacks become more frequent and impactful, security teams and executives across industries are taking notice. With new strains of malware being constantly reported, organizations want to make sure that their security solutions, and the vendors that provide them, are adapting to defend against this new normal. To ensure they have the capability to deal with these constantly evolving attacks, customers are turning to you, their solution providers, to answer their questions and ensure there is a structured strategy in place to deal with...

By Joseph SykoraSeptember 05, 2017

Threat Research

Android Spywaller: Firewall-Style Antivirus Blocking

Malware has been known to use new and innovative ways to evade detection by Antivirus software, a phenomenon AV analysts have often seen with PC malware. Not a lot of examples of the same have been seen employed by mobile malware. A recently discovered Android malware has brought to light one such Antivirus evasion technique with its use of "a legitimate firewall to thwart security software". The legitimate firewall referred to is iptables which is a well-known "administration tool for IPv4 packet filtering and NAT" on...

By Ruchna NigamJanuary 21, 2016

Industry Trends

Making a Case For Content Filtering

When I was "the tech guy" (and a math and science teacher and the Drama Club Advisor) at our local high school, I often said that if our students devoted as much time to their studies as they did to trying to bypass our content filter, we'd have a bunch of Rhodes Scholars. It only got worse when I made the mistake of getting into administration as the district's first technology director. Not only did I dramatically increase bandwidth at all of our schools, making the Internet a much more attractive place to look for trouble, but...

By Chris DawsonDecember 11, 2015