The paradox of today’s networks is that while applications, and workflows need to move freely across a distributed network, open environments allow attackers to also easily move across that network to cause damage. Intent-based Segmentation solves that problem by enabling the flexibility and adaptability that today's networks require, without compromising on security or performance.
Fortinet CISO Phil Quade recently spoke to Peter High for an interview that appeared on the Forbes website. In the interview they discussed everything from segmentation to convergence to machine learning and AI, and how all those things are affecting the future of cybersecurity.
As always, there is literally too much information to consume. But with some simple analysis, we can break down some of the bigger security trends unveiled at this year’s RSA event and help separate the hype from the solutions that can actually help.
Fortinet announced, a new series of high-performance FortiGate NGFWs that enable organizations to implement intent-based segmentation deep into their security architecture.
To adequately protect networks and the IoT, organizations require a broad security architecture that can span networked environments, powerful security tools that can dynamically segment IoT devices while inspecting their encrypted traffic at network speeds, and deep integration between security solutions to correlate threat intelligence and automatically respond to detected threats, anywhere across the distributed IoT network.
Unless you’ve been entirely off the grid, you have probably heard that a number of high-profile organizations have recently been targeted by ransomware. It’s part of a growing trend that has the potential to impact large numbers of people, with potentially devastating consequences.
The problem with the future-as baseball legend Yogi Berra, the founders of the Internet, and any CISO or CTO can assure you-is that, increasingly, it ain't what it used to be.