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Fortinet Unveils Secure SD-WAN For Multi-Cloud

Networking and security teams are constantly trying to maintain a balance between security, complexity, and application experience. This situation has become much more challenging with organizations adopting multiple clouds and hybrid cloud environments for their business needs.

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Fortinet Acquires Cloud Security and Networking Innovator OPAQ Networks

SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) has become a topic of increased industry discussion and interest for enterprises and partners alike. That’s because today’s organizations require immediate, uninterrupted, and secure access to network and cloud-based resources and data – especially business-critical applications – no matter where their users are located.

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FortiNAC Enables Gettysburg College to Deliver a Quality Wi-Fi Experience

When network users expect connectivity for devices ranging from personal laptops and mobile phones to gaming systems and smart refrigerators, network administrators require a solid solution for matching each device to the appropriate user, and for confirming that the device meets organizational requirements for secure connectivity.

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Canalys: Seven vendors crowned “Champion” in 2020 Cybersecurity Leadership Matrix

Seven cybersecurity vendors have attained Champion status in the Canalys Cybersecurity Leadership Matrix 2020. Cisco, ESET, Fortinet and Palo Alto Networks reaffirmed their positions as Champions in the 2020 edition, and have been joined by Juniper Networks, Kaspersky and Trend Micro. All seven Champions have gained significant positive partner sentiment, according to Canalys research. These companies continue to make improvements to processes to increase simplicity and have shown commitment to growing revenue through the channel.

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Leveraging Fortinet’s Dynamic Cloud Security Offerings to Secure VPN Connections

A distributed remote workforce has become the new reality for many organizations, and they continue to look for ways to enhance security within this new paradigm, especially when multiple devices are being leveraged on personal networks to connect back to corporate networks. From a security perspective, in spite of these network changes, organizational goals remain: they need to deliver on business objectives and customer experience while remaining resilient and protecting valuable data, protect against threats, as well as adhering to compliance regulations. 

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6 Ways To Be More Secure in the Cloud

Some business and IT executives have been leery of the public cloud because of security concerns. Those worries have largely abated as the cloud services market matured and the leading cloud providers built highly secure infrastructures. But that does not mean threats have gone away or that cloud customers should assume they’re no longer responsible for making sure their data is protected. Through 2025, 90% of the organizations that fail to control their public cloud use will inappropriately share sensitive data. Six best practices for strong security in the cloud environment include:

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Insider Threats Rise by 47% in Two Years

Many organizations fail to address insider threats. This results in data breaches due to employee negligence or unintentional actions like responding to a phishing email with sensitive information or downloading malicious content. The risks may now be even greater, with so many employees working remotely without the benefit of managed, on-premises threat protection. The Ponemon Institute’s “2020 Cost of Insider Threats: Global Report” shows that insider threats increased by 47% from 2018 to 2020.

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As a FortiGate Customer, Your Teleworker Strategy is Already in Place

Business continuity and contingency plans need to be able to adapt to today's dynamic and distributed network requirements. When an emergency or crisis hits, networks need to be able to rapidly adapt to accommodate new requirements, such as shifting the majority of on-site workers to remote teleworker environments.

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