The Veracruz State Government, led by Governor Miguel Angel Yunes Linares, inherited a multifaceted operation with multiple dependencies and entities, as well as a nearly 10- year lag in technological infrastructure. There were expired licenses, delayed maintenance services, lack of bandwidth and high costs for perimeter security services, the vast majority of which were outdated.
Sebastian Silva Sanchez took over as Director-General of Technological Innovation, responsible for leading the Veracruz State Government’s digital agenda. He faced the challenge of modernizing and standardizing the government’s cybersecurity strategy in a short and unusual two-year administration period. After a thorough evaluation, Fortinet was deemed the appropriate company to help respond to these challenges, so it began equipment implementation and engineering deployment.
In this case study, learn how the organization transformed from technological obsolescence to a reliable and agile network security environment.
Optimize operational spending and ensure protection for all information traveling across Veracruz’s State Network
Strengthen data link services and reduce costs
Provide protection using advanced security technology, with central and simple administration
Reliably manage more than 23,000 employee and 22,000 citizen requests through digital channels on a daily basis