Results for Integrated Security Solutions

Industry Trends

Cybersecurity Integration: A Q&A with Fortinet’s Phil Quade

Fortinet’s CISO, Phil Quade, recently sat down for an interview with Dan Woods from Early Adopter Research to discuss top of mind trends for CISOs, including cloud security and portfolio pruning.

By FortinetJuly 01, 2019

Business and Technology

Fortinet Beats the Competition with its Robust Secure SD-WAN Solution

Read three recent Fortinet success stories of Secure SD-WAN and SD-Branch deployments that help emphasize the value that Fortinet brings to the SD-WAN marketplace.

By Nirav ShahFebruary 14, 2019

Industry Trends

Using Services to Fill Critical Security Gaps

Security services ensure that organizations of all sizes can consistently receive the security support they need across their entire security lifecycle, including planning, designing, implementing, integrating, managing, operating, and optimizing the security infrastructure—all provided by experienced security professionals with broad visibility into global threat trends and strategies.

By FortinetFebruary 12, 2019

Partners

3 Foundational Pillars for Driving Business with our Partners

Providing security to businesses today is a far different proposition than it was just a few years ago. Looking back, security in the first decade of the 2000’s was a bolt-on proposition. Businesses would spec out the current demands from their users and customers then design an infrastructure that could handle relatively static requirements for the business to be both secure and productive.

By Jon BoveFebruary 28, 2018

Industry Trends

Network Security Trifecta: 3 Positive Impacts Integrated Security Solutions Can Have on Healthcare Institutions

An integrated security solution can help healthcare organizations manage their surplus of siloed technologies. Read this post to find out how. There was a time in the healthcare industry when the pulse oximeter was considered by many to be the most technologically-advanced product on the market. This device was designed to measure the oxygen saturation of blood and was not connected to wireless networks.

By Susan BiddleOctober 05, 2016