Discover how security teams can ensure business continuity by maximizing automation in their security strategy, significantly increasing their chances of detecting a breach or malicious activities quickly and effectively.
Multi-vendor tools for securing your enterprise introduces complexity of operations. Simplifying these network and security operations with FortiManager and FortiAnalyzer leveraging Single-Pane Orchestration, Automation, and Response helps reduce that operational complexity.
For three years now, ETSI has conducted an NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) Plugtest event that provides an opportunity for vendors and open source communities to meet, collaborate, and assess the level of interoperability of their implementations and solutions, especially in multi-vendor environments.
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.
Today we released our Q2 Global Threat Landscape report for 2017. The data in our quarterly threat analysis is drawn from over 3 million network devices and sensors deployed within live production environments around the world.
Threat report data is only as useful as the analysis and context that goes along with it. We asked Derek Manky, global security strategist with our FortiGuard Labs team, to share his thoughts on what some of the data in our recent Threat Landscape Report means going forward. What at a high level did you find interesting in the report? What did the data tell you from your global point of view? A few things stood out to me based on my years of working with the FortiGuard Labs team. At a high level, visibility and control over today’s...
There are a couple of important takeaways from our Threat Landscape report. First, while the more high profile attacks have dominated the headlines, the reality is that the majority of threats faced by most organizations are opportunistic in nature. Criminals tend to target low hanging fruit, so it is critical that you minimize your visible and accessible attack surface.
What follows is Part 2 of a two-part interview with Fortinet’s James Cabe on the journey to security automation. Recognizing that most organizations are not prepared to make the jump to automation today, the following presents a realistic timeline to get from an intelligent network to truly automated, intent-based security, and a discussion of what that intent-based security will look like. What is the timeline for getting to automation and intent-based security? When we talk about the evolution of security, we talk about what it should...