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.
A few tips to help you have a happy – and secure – holiday shopping season.
Preparing for an incident will eliminate confusion and missteps when, in the heat of a response, things get overlooked and mistakes are made.
The third quarter of 2019 saw a number of new cyberthreat trends emerge or expand, and organizations need to be aware of these trends if they wish to stay ahead of cybercriminal strategies.
Fortinet is committed to solving the global cybersecurity skills shortage by confronting the real issue – the talent gap.
The number of compromised web sites, email phishing campaigns, and malicious access points continue to grow exponentially, infecting unsuspecting users with spyware, malware, compromised applications, and even ransomware.
Organizations need a new training paradigm that delivers appropriate content without disrupting business.
One of the most clear moves CISOs can take to improve their organization’s overall security posture is to prioritize employee training and create a proactive cybersecurity culture as part of their overall security strategy.
Smart security executives understand that they can’t rely solely on the data provided by their vendors to catch criminal activity.
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.
To maintain a secure learning environment and minimize risk exposure, IT leaders must find and implement consolidated solutions that offer multiple benefits within a single, easy-to-manage secure platform.
There is a growing realization that breaches are inevitable, which means that robust detection and response practices need to be a higher priority.
According to Gartner, 95 percent of cloud security failures are ultimately the fault of the customer and not the cloud provider.
Cybercriminals are leveraging speed, the expanding attack surface, and the complexity of today's threat landscape to find and exploit weaknesses in today's networks.
During the season when people gather, it’s essential for IT teams to be on guard against cyber attackers targeting crowds – especially on stadium and venue networks.
The most critical infrastructure systems of our society are dependent upon and continuously sustained by OT.
Finding security professionals with cloud skills can be like finding a needle in a haystack.
Internal business applications are now built using cloud and web scale technologies and effectively streamline workflows and simplify access to critical information from virtually any device in any location.
Cybercriminals are not only increasing the sophistication of their methods and tools, they are also diversifying.
Extending the integrated simplicity, visibility, and security of the best SD-WAN solutions to the branch allows remote users and networks take advantage of the power of digital transformation without introducing unnecessary risk.
Effective security not only needs to protect connections between data and users, but also secure literally every connection to every physical or virtual device across the distributed infrastructure.
Addressing the needs of our new digital world is going to require us to transform how and where we deploy security.
One of the great untapped resources that has been seriously underappreciated by the cybersecurity industry is the number of veterans transitioning into public life from today’s highly digital military.
When properly understood, privacy regulations not only ensure that the PII of consumers is protected, but they also raise the bar for security across the entire organization.
As organizations continue to adopt and drive digital transformation (DX), staying ahead of the threat landscape and attack chain curves is becoming increasingly difficult to achieve.
As Digital Transformation continues to radically change how businesses do business, it is essential that all parts of the network are aligned to take advantage of new digital business opportunities.
For organizations looking to expand or upgrade their security, there is literally too much information to consume.
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.
Security threats to Operational Technology networks, especially in critical infrastructures such as transportation, health, and energy, can have major consequences for ensuring the success of these organizations.
In today's networked environments, the only certainty is change. It is imperative, therefore, that solutions are selected and designed with that in mind.
A security architecture built around a framework of open standards not only ensures interoperability, but also increases performance.
Keeping up with digital business requirements while keeping costs under control is the top priority for many organizations.
The Youth Olympic Games, one of the largest sporting events in the world, required a security solution that could protect a large-scale IT infrastructure and keep the event running smoothly.
The rapid expansion of the attack surface exacerbates the demand on security professional and presents a scenario where dropping the ball on security is most likely to happen.
While organizations are able to ensure that endpoint clients are installed on company-owned assets, security becomes more challenging when workers use their personal devices for work-related activities.
The real challenge lies in discovering any attack in its very earliest stages, long before any damaging compromise can happen
Having a sense of urgency but not knowing where the threat is coming from is the equivalent of frantically wading around through flood water carrying a fire extinguisher.
Organizations cannot afford to wait to build their strategies, they need to begin planning now to ensure they have the technical and human resources in place to support and secure their 5G opportunity.
Bridgeway Senior Healthcare's first priority is patient care. In order to protect patient health information and provide top-notch senior living care, the team turned to the Fortinet Security Fabric and FortiVoice solution to maintain security a....
Supporting and securing business intent enables CIOs to fullfill their fiduciary duty to digitally transform and tear down those walls that inhibit business growth, while protecting all critical data, network resources, and infrastructure.
If you do business with organizations or individuals in the EU, you have already made significant changes to how you process, manage, and store data of EU residents. Prepare to provide the same protection to US and Canadian customers.
Demand for security professionals has steadily increased just at the time when the shortage of available experienced security talent has never been greater.
Today, transactions, workflows, applications, and data requests at the branch need to be just as fast as those being processed at the network core.
What many organizations may not realize when moving to a cloud environment is to what extent they are responsible for securing their own cloud environment.
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 challenge is that today’s digital marketplace requires organizations to respond faster to consumer demands than traditional OT processes can deliver.
IoT, mobile malware, cryptojacking, and botnets are top focuses for cybercriminals, but they may have moved on to new threats by Q4.
As cybercriminals continue to develop sophisticated attacks and business leaders aim to drive digital transformation efforts forward, a well-equipped security team is essential to the success of an organization.
We need to take the time to educate ourselves - and our friends and family – about shopping carefully so we can have a happy, and safe Holiday season.
Organizations need to become hypervigilant about security, or they will forfeit their ability to compete in today’s digital marketplace because they will become victims to the increasingly effective and ruthless cybercriminal community.