Complex threats, expanding networks, and the security skills gap are creating serious challenges. Weaving automated, broad and powerful security into a seamless security fabric is the foundation to securing digital business.
Eight key factors for IT leadership to consider when securing their modern data center infrastructure.
Because of the popularity of SASE, many vendors are trying to get a piece of the pie and are making strong claims about their offerings that may fall short in practice.
Cybercriminals aren’t slowing down, and their campaigns are becoming more complex and harder to detect.
In the Fortinet 2023 State of Zero Trust Report, the status of zero-trust implementation changed surprisingly between 2021 and 2023. Find out why.
These four trends will determine how enterprises modern enterprises react to and defend against evolving cybersecurity threats.
Zero-trust concepts have received much more attention since the increase in remote and hybrid work arrangements. It’s important to provide a good experience no matter where users and the applications they need to access may be located.
It's clear that to reduce complexity and provide consistent security to a global hybrid workforce working both on-premises and off, organizations require a single-vendor SASE approach.
When apps can reside anywhere, application workflows can be more dynamic. Yet this greatly expands attack surfaces and vulnerability. Successful CISOs and IT teams are using this approach to secure their applications in any cloud.
No matter where workers are located, their employer should protect them from cyberthreats or risk disastrous consequences to the organization. CISOs are embracing these tools to protect their employees – and their organizations.
IT leaders must be sure the traditional firewalls can adapt and scale as their data centers and networks evolve and grow.
Going forward, ZTNA will simply become a standard part of cybersecurity.
To be truly successful, organizations that are expanding their digital transformation efforts need reliable, energy-efficient, and secure underlying technologies.
Four things IT leaders need to keep in mind when rolling out SASE.
The best SASE solutions combine secure remote access, advanced per-session and per-application authentication, and enterprise-grade security in a single cloud-based solution
Because Secure SD-WAN replaces more expensive and cumbersome WAN technology, it has been easier to make the case for it.
The problem is that it’s not always done right.
Fortinet put in place clear success metrics, which enabled the client to move beyond the POC to a full-scale solution that met its requirements exactly.
Often organizations are happy and willing to accommodate their hybrid work team members, but they face a mounting security challenge.
Trying to manage and troubleshoot today’s sprawling distributed networks has stretched many IT teams to the breaking point
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