Learn about threat trends uncovered in FortiGuard Labs' latest Global Threat Landscape Report.
If organizations want to get out ahead of the criminal community that wants to steal, hijack, or ransom that data, they will have to rethink their approach to security. Deploying effective security services help bridge the gap between traditionally isolated security devices.
Cryptocurrency is all the rage right now. You can’t go anywhere without seeing it online, mentioned in the news, or discussed in groups. With large sums of money exchanging hands daily and news outlets reporting that Bitcoin prices surged over 1,400% during 2017, it’s no surprise that people have been drawn toward the virtual currency space.
Digital transformation in healthcare has inspired a slew of new, advanced cyberattacks. As a result, healthcare providers must now transform how they approach network security. Learn about the expanding threat landscape and how Fortinet is ushering in this next generation of security.
A look back and forward for our 2017 Cybersecurity Predictions. Threats are compounding at digital speeds, while resolutions, like manufacturers building security safeguards into their products, are proceeding at a snail’s pace. We need to start building security into tools and systems on day zero. We need alignment on ways to effectively see and combat new cybercrime. And we need to adopt integrated, collaborative, and automated procedures and technologies end to end to help us see and protect resources.
The recent WannaCry attack was interesting for a couple of reasons. First, the speed and scale of the attack was impressive. Over the course of a couple of days, hundreds of thousands of systems were affected and disrupted. Second, it also unveiled a disturbing trend. The attack malware exploited a known vulnerability that not only had been revealed through the highly public release of stolen cyber tools, but Microsoft had also released a patch for the targeted vulnerability over two months before. Which means that the scale of the attack was...