Nirav Shah

Vice President, Products and Solutions

Nirav Shah leads the products and solutions team at Fortinet where he focuses on the Security-Driven Networking portfolio, which includes SD-WAN, network firewall, SASE, segmentation and NOC products. With extensive experience working with enterprises and service providers, Nirav is responsible for developing Go-to-Market strategy, messaging, launches and thought leadership. Prior to joining Fortinet, Nirav worked as a product lead at Cisco Systems where he was responsible for integrated services routers and SD-WAN development. He worked with large enterprise customers re-designing WAN infrastructure and bringing new innovations to market. Nirav also led the security and WAN optimization integrations of Cisco’s networking products to simplify enterprise branch and campus networks. Nirav completed his masters at University of Southern California and worked at Qualcomm as corporate R&D engineer, focusing on wireless and smart IoT sensors prior joining to Cisco. Specialties: Secure SD-WAN, SASE, Network Firewall, IPS, Segmentation, Cybersecurity, SD-Branch, Management and Analytics, Automation, Security-Driven Networking.

Securing Hybrid Data Centers and Preventing Ransomware

Work from Anywhere Requires Security Everywhere

Work from Anywhere Requires Security Everywhere

Everything must be secured with consistent policies and controls across all of your operating environments, especially across multiple clouds.

SPs and MSSPs Must Differentiate SD-WAN Offerings with Holistic Services

SPs and MSSPs Must Differentiate SD-WAN Offerings with Holistic Services

To create a holistic services package, MSSPs must find vendor partners that provide a range of SD-WAN solutions designed to not only enable and secure their clients today but well into the future

Simplifying Network Operations with Digital Experience Monitoring

Simplifying Network Operations with Digital Experience Monitoring

Automated visibility and control and intelligent response enable flexibility and agility without compromising user experience, network functionality, or essential security.

Four Essential SASE Security Must-haves

Four Essential SASE Security Must-haves

Selecting the right SASE vendor to partner with can mean the difference between operational success and struggling to keep all of the essential elements working together.

Modern Networks Require High-Performance Internal Segmentation

Modern Networks Require High-Performance Internal Segmentation

Internal network segmentation is essential for securing today’s flat, extended, and highly agile networks.

SD-WAN Requires Deep Integration Between Connectivity and Security

SD-WAN Requires Deep Integration Between Connectivity and Security

One of the biggest challenges facing organizations undergoing rapid digital transformation is that each new network element tends to be designed and implemented in isolation.

SD-WAN Delivers Digital Transformation to Your Next-Gen Branch

SD-WAN Delivers Digital Transformation to Your Next-Gen Branch

The days of a branch office relying on a fixed MPLS connection to backhaul all internet traffic, data, and workflows back to the core network are over.

Reducing WAN OpEx with High SD-WAN Performance

Reducing WAN OpEx with High SD-WAN Performance

Keeping up with digital business requirements while keeping costs under control is the top priority for many organizations.

Do Not Underestimate the Challenge of Securing SD-WAN

Do Not Underestimate the Challenge of Securing SD-WAN

Today, transactions, workflows, applications, and data requests at the branch need to be just as fast as those being processed at the network core.

Think Your SD-WAN Solution is Secure? Think Again

Think Your SD-WAN Solution is Secure? Think Again

In today’s interconnected environments, with new threats that can span multiple attack vectors, security can’t afford to be a collection of piecemeal solutions operating in isolation.

The Critical Need for a More Secure WAN Solution

The Critical Need for a More Secure WAN Solution

Enterprises that implement SD-WAN deployments without an aggressive security strategy put themselves at a higher risk for malicious attacks and data breaches.

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