Peter Newton

Senior Director of Products and Solutions –IoT

Peter Newton is Senior Director of Products and Solutions – IoT and OT at Fortinet. He has more than 20 years of experience in the enterprise networking and security industry and serves as Fortinet’s products and solutions lead for IoT and operational technology solutions, including ICS and SCADA.

Cloud-only ZTNA Isn't Enough
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Cloud-only ZTNA Isn't Enough


Today’s Wired and Wireless Networks Require a Zero Trust Approach

Today’s Wired and Wireless Networks Require a Zero Trust Approach

In the same way that zero trust principles are being applied to how users access applications, organizations need to be able to provide the same zero trust principles to the non-user associated devices.

4 Key Reasons Universal ZTNA Makes Sense

4 Key Reasons Universal ZTNA Makes Sense

Using ZTNA everywhere, aka Universal ZTNA, makes sense for many organizations for four key reasons.

All that Glitters is not Gold. Turning Zero Trust into Reality

All that Glitters is not Gold. Turning Zero Trust into Reality

With the right firewall, you may be closer to turning your ZTNA initiatives into reality than you might think. And if you have one of the more than 6 million FortiGate NGFWs out there, ZTNA is free. All you have to do is turn it on.

Adapt to Network Changes with Zero Trust

Adapt to Network Changes with Zero Trust

Most enterprise networks are in a state of continuous evolution, driven by advances in technology, changes in business objectives, and a radical shift in where and how employees access the network.

Zero Trust Should Apply Everywhere

Zero Trust Should Apply Everywhere

Zero-trust access (ZTA) operates on the assumption that threats both outside and inside the network are an ever-present reality and that potentially every user and device has already been compromised.

3 Tips for Getting Your ZTNA Project Funded

3 Tips for Getting Your ZTNA Project Funded

Zero trust sound great, so why isn't everybody doing it? Not surprisingly the biggest factors slowing down the adoption of ZTNA come down to money, internal politics, and time.

The 3 Drivers of Zero Trust Network Access Implementation

The 3 Drivers of Zero Trust Network Access Implementation

There are three major drivers that are leading organizations to consider implementing ZTNA sooner, rather than later.

Zero Trust Implementation is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Zero Trust Implementation is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

You can start with improving what you have and then add more zero-trust capabilities over time.

Taking Zero Trust to the Edge

Taking Zero Trust to the Edge

Today's networks have edges from IoT edges, home edges, branch office edges, headquarters edges, enterprise data center edges, and a multitude of cloud edges.

When It Comes to Securing a “Branch of One”, Integration and Coordination Matter

When It Comes to Securing a “Branch of One”, Integration and Coordination Matter

Managing multiple vendors and products with little integration or coordination can turn into a time-consuming mess.

Zero Trust Network Access: The Evolution of VPN

Zero Trust Network Access: The Evolution of VPN

With better security, more granular control, and a better user experience, ZTNA can be a smarter choice for securely connecting your remote workforce.

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