John Maddison

CMO and Executive Vice President, Products at Fortinet

John Maddison has more than 20 years of experience in the telecommunications, IT Infrastructure, and security industries. Previously he held positions as general manager data center division and senior vice president core technology at Trend Micro. Before that John was senior director of product management at Lucent Technologies. He has lived and worked in Europe, Asia, and the United States. John graduated with a bachelor of telecommunications engineering degree from Plymouth University, United Kingdom.

Completing the Journey from BYOD to a Hybrid WFA Workforce

Securing the Digital Infrastructure with Integrated Security Services

Securing the Digital Infrastructure with Integrated Security Services

The expansion of Fortinet’s security services to include FortiTrust gives organizations the comprehensive and flexible protection they need to secure today’s hybrid and highly distributed networks.

Driving Digital Innovations and High Performance On and Off the Race Track

Driving Digital Innovations and High Performance On and Off the Race Track

BMW Motorsport relies on Fortinet to secure parts of their motorsport environments and operations across a highly distributed infrastructure.

Protecting 5G Networks Requires an Integrated, Holistic Security Approach

Protecting 5G Networks Requires an Integrated, Holistic Security Approach

Many organizations assume having a private network keeps them safe, but this is not often the case.

Trusting Your Security Vendor in an Evolving Threat Landscape

Trusting Your Security Vendor in an Evolving Threat Landscape

Organizations need to be able to rely on their security vendors, which is why Fortinet's mission has always been to secure users, devices, applications, and edges everywhere, making possible a digital world people can always trust.

Implementing Unified Security with an Open Fabric Ecosystem

Implementing Unified Security with an Open Fabric Ecosystem

Customers can deploy the integrated ecosystem solutions to best fit and secure their infrastructure while preserving their existing security investments.

Defining the Security Platform

Defining the Security Platform

A platform needs to be broad, integrated, and automated. These three pillars should be a baseline against which any product claiming to be a platform should be assessed.

Integrating Smart Systems: From Connected Cars to Security

Integrating Smart Systems: From Connected Cars to Security

Whether you are developing tomorrow’s transportation systems or simply looking to adopt a new cloud or SD-WAN service for your organization, the trick is to start with security rather than leaving it to the end.

The Inevitable Integration of SD-WAN and Security in 2020

The Inevitable Integration of SD-WAN and Security in 2020

In 2020, the Secure SD-WAN approach to branch connectivity will move the needle just a bit further in the goal towards global digital transformation.

Working with Veterans to Bridge the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

Working with Veterans to Bridge the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

Fortinet is committed to solving the global cybersecurity skills shortage by confronting the real issue – the talent gap.

Any SD-WAN project must involve the CISO

Any SD-WAN project must involve the CISO

When CISOs are engaged in the selection of a Secure SD-WAN solution, they not only enable their organization to build a robust WAN edge, but they can also ensure that those connections don’t become the weak link in the security chain....

Managing Risks with Limited Resources

Managing Risks with Limited Resources

There is a growing realization that breaches are inevitable, which means that robust detection and response practices need to be a higher priority.

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