digital transformation


A recent Cyber Threat Alliance blog by Michael Daniel discussed the evolution of ransomware and the IoT. Read this post to learn more. [Read More]
by RSS Jeannette Jarvis  |  Jan 15, 2018  |  Filed in: Industry Trends, Security Research
While organizations are adopting new technologies and services, cybercriminals are developing sophisticated methods of attack to target new attack vectors, exploit unforeseen vulnerabilities, and gain access to user data and other network resources. With this increased threat landscape and growing sophistication of cyberattacks, visibility into existing security measures, and identifying those places where there may be gaps is especially important. [Read More]
by RSS Carl Cayton  |  Jan 10, 2018  |  Filed in: Business and Technology, Industry Trends
Hyperconverged systems are on the horizon, connecting new and existing environments in ways we may have never imagined. But careful planning can ensure that we make this transition smoothly and securely. It starts with insisting on open standards and integrated and interactive security systems designed to talk to each other, share information, identify and adapt to changes, and respond to events in a coordinated and collaborative fashion. [Read More]
by RSS Jonathan Nguyen-Duy  |  Jan 09, 2018  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
HIMSS 2018 will be held this year on March 5-9th at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. Fortinet is excited to be attending this event yet again to meet with healthcare IT professionals standing on the front lines of digital transformation initiatives at their organizations, and to attend the various workshops, roundtables, and keynotes presented by thought leaders. [Read More]
by RSS Susan Biddle  |  Jan 05, 2018  |  Filed in: Business and Technology
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are becoming increasingly common across the financial services industry. DDoS attacks occur when a portion of the network is targeted, typically at the networking, transport, or application layer, with a flood of requests that overwhelm network bandwidth, causing it to slow or crash completely.  [Read More]
by RSS Brian Forster  |  Jan 04, 2018  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Recently, Fortinet CISO Phil Quade spoke with Hussein Syed, CISO at RWJBarnabas Health, and Erik Devine, CISO at Riverside Healthcare, about how they are addressing some of the most pressing IT challenges facing healthcare while enabling technical innovation. [Read More]
by RSS Susan Biddle  |  Dec 22, 2017  |  Filed in: Business and Technology, Industry Trends
To keep up with this threat landscape, your customers’ IT teams require security solutions that can provide real-time visibility into network activity and regulatory compliance, as well as automatically initiate a response to security events, to increase the overall efficiency of IT management teams. In order to effectively manage network security, compliance, and performance, your customers should consider implementing a SIEM (security information and event management) solution that features automation, scalability, and actionable intelligence [Read More]
by RSS Lief Koepsel  |  Dec 06, 2017  |  Filed in: Business and Technology, Industry Trends
Securing the entire distributed infrastructure using single set of integrated security protocols and complementary policies require a Security Fabric approach built around interconnected security tools. Such an integrated fabric is able to span the entire network, and then dynamically adapt as network infrastructures adjust to meet changing data and workload needs. And it needs to do all of this at the speed of digital business.  [Read More]
by RSS Ken Xie  |  Nov 30, 2017  |  Filed in: Business and Technology, Industry Trends
On Wednesday, November, 1st, Fortinet held a critical panel discussion at The Summit, entitled “Winning the Security Battle for Your Enterprise Requires a New Approach.” [Read More]
by RSS Jennifer McDonald  |  Nov 20, 2017  |  Filed in: Business and Technology, Security Q & A
The majority of these breaches have one thing in common. IT teams are failing to practice basic security hygiene. Cybercriminals target known vulnerabilities because they know that most organizations will have failed to patch or replace their vulnerable devices. WannaCry targeted a vulnerability for which a patch had been available for months. Shame on them. But Petya followed a month later and targeted the exact same vulnerability. And millions of devices were still affected. So, shame on us. [Read More]
by RSS John Maddison  |  Nov 15, 2017  |  Filed in: Industry Trends