CISOs today face an expanding attack surface, increasingly sophisticated threats, and an ongoing cybersecurity skills gap. A broad, integrated, and automated approach to security is needed to secure and protect across the digital infrastructure.
Those responsible for protecting customers data should operate with two key responsibilities: delivering dynamic and engaging shopping experiences to their customers and securing the web applications that deliver that experience.
During this time of year, cybercriminals and scammers get into the holiday spirit by increasing the quantity and sophistication of their scams to exploit victims for their own financial gains.
By adopting FortiWeb, FortiCWP, and FortiGate-VM, this company’s security team is confident that their data and applications in the cloud are adequately protected.
For telecommunications providers, it is critical to remain agile and keep pace with the evolving requirements of their customers while also ensuring security and business continuity.
By providing career coaching, mentoring, and training connecting them to an ecosystem of employers, the Veterans Program is helping to bridge the skills gap and connecting veterans and their spouses to careers in cybersecurity.
To successfully defeat attacks aimed at the pharmaceutical industry, it’s important to understand some of the top threats they are facing.
Fortinet supports veterans and military spouses not only on Veterans and Remembrance Day, but everyday.
In addition to validating security professionals’ skills, certifications also serve to develop new skills and create new career pathways for individuals who did not initially plan for a career in cybersecurity.
To address increased complexity and risk while maintaining high application performance and user experience, Fortinet customers have turned to Secure SD-WAN for Multi-Cloud offered through FortiGate-VM.
As offices emptied out earlier this year in many places around the world as a result of the pandemic, IT teams scrambled to ensure fast, reliable, and secure connectivity to the corporate network for employees.
When organizations lack a large enough team of qualified, experienced cybersecurity professionals, their networks, customer data, and even operational technology are far more vulnerable to threats.
It is more important than ever that CISOs prioritize their employees’ cybersecurity awareness to help them understand the role they play in keeping networks secure, and reducing the insider threat risk.
Because a single alert may mean the difference between a major incident and missing it entirely, it is critical that security teams have complete visibility into these alerts.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take its toll on organizations and individuals around the globe, we are now dealing with a threat landscape that’s become more intense, complex, and saturated than ever before.
Large distributed enterprises with thousands of branch offices need reliable and secure connectivity from home to branch to data center to cloud.
From branches and data centers to LAN and WAN edges, the walls separating networking and security topologies, technologies, and teams are slowly but surely coming down.
How he got into the cybersecurity industry, why he sought Fortinet’s NSE 8 Certification and what the process was like.
The pandemic forced a sudden and massive shift to work-from-home which added more stress to already stretched IT teams, and often creating new security challenges.
Fortinet’s customers are finding that through its Dynamic Cloud Security offerings, including FortiCloud, they are able to reap the benefits promised by the cloud without compromising security.
To succeed in the highly competitive 5G market, Service Providers will have to adopt a rapid architectural shift to open, virtual, and cloud infrastructure.
The smart businesses, cities, and infrastructures of tomorrow will all require AI-based security analysis and response to fend off the speed and sophistication of the threats of tomorrow.
Veterans have many complementary skills that with the right training can be relevant to a career in cybersecurity.
As reliance on the cloud grows, the threat landscape is adapting to this new reality by not only becoming more sophisticated, but by expanding to target new networked environments that have a far less mature security infrastructure.
Cybersecurity in healthcare is a complex challenge but with the right security solutions and resources, organizations can readily implement an effective security infrastructure.
Fortinet’s FortiGate-VM solution offers a consistent security posture while protecting connectivity across public and private clouds—all while high-speed VPN connections safeguard data in motion.
With the right SOAR solution in place, security teams can increase efficiency by automating every task, change, or update according to the organization’s needs.
As infrastructures become even more distributed amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, governments and businesses must work to close the skills gap to effectively secure these networks.
Professionals discovering that cybersecurity sparks their interest is good for the industry as the cyber skills gap continues to be a significant problem around the world.
The new generation of endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions is not only able to detect threats, but also immediately defuse them to stop attackers from achieving their goals in real-time.
The transition to these new work paradigms requires a careful examination of opportunities and challenges, particularly in terms of scale, security and staffing.
The company was able to seamlessly transition to remote work, and as a result, has grown more competitive.
In the rush to make sure that workforces remain productive and ensure business continuity, things like security protocols may get overlooked, and criminals are looking to take advantage of any inadvertent security gaps.
With veterans, you have to consider that in addition to getting experience and certification, you’re getting a proven individual who can be counted on to be dedicated to the company to get the job done.
Now, more than ever, the retail industry is continuing to show its resiliency by responding to recent events with rapid innovation, expansion, and partnerships the likes of which have not been seen before.
Getting workers up and running is not the same thing as making sure that they, and the corporate assets they need to access remotely, have been properly secured.
Social engineering constantly preys on the only vulnerability that cannot be patched, humans – you and me
Here are some tips to ensure that security and productivity remain resilient irrespective of normal or extraordinary circumstances.
Internal network segmentation is essential for securing today’s flat, extended, and highly agile networks.
From a security perspective, cloud environments expand the potential attack surface if the proper cloud security isn’t in place.
By establishing a training, mentoring, and education program, CISOs can help their employees expand their knowledge of network security and the threat landscape and build upon existing skills to bridge the skills gap.
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.
CISOs must be strategic and specific during the recruiting, hiring, and onboarding process.
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.
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.
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.
As we go into the holiday season, it is important that we all keep our guard up. Knowing some of what to look for goes a long way in staying cyber-safe.
In addition to its being time to warm up the wassail and hang the mistletoe, it’s also time for organizations to review how they’re securing their Web storefront.
Gender diversity remains a serious problem in the cybersecurity space, with less than one-quarter of the workforce being comprised of women
Cybercriminals will set malicious WiFi hotspots in popular areas around shopping centers, malls, movie theaters, and holiday gathering places.
By shifting responsibilities to autonomous self-learning processes, valuable cybersecurity professionals will be able to focus their unique skillsets on higher-order planning and strategy.