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INSIDER INSIGHTS: Protecting data centers from internal and external threats
Securing the data center is one of the most important challenges facing CSOs today - here is some advice.
Glory for Australian Fortinet partners Fujitsu, CDM and Missing Link
Fujitsu Australia, CDM and The Missing Link have scooped up key Fortinet partner awards at the APAC Business Partner Retreat.
Securing the digital student: BYOD, IoT and beyond
As the threat landscape expands, your school’s network becomes a much larger target. How can you protect it?
Data leaks: How you can most effectively protect your client’s data
Exclusive Networks’ Jonathan Odria explains why a robust Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution could have stopped the ‘Panama Papers’ from leaking.
Is any network 100% safe? Tips for hardening cyber defences
With the evolving tech landscape, it is almost impossible to guarantee network security - here are some tips for hardening cyber defences.
Accelerate your business with this rapidly growing solution
This solution has skyrocketed in popularity, providing substantial growth for businesses that have adopted it.
New opportunity arises for partners in the channel
With Australia's commitment to invest significantly in cyber security, the time is right to focus on your client's security requirements.
Fortinet looking for education and training partners across ANZ
“We support both ANZ initiatives and will be working in tandem with all organisations to help develop cyber security awareness at all levels."
Fortinet data center security effectiveness near perfect, report finds
Fortinet achieves 99.9% security effectiveness score in NSS Labs’ data centre IPS test.
Data loss prevention tools: What you need to know NOW
Your datacenter is a target. For hackers, for opportunists, for professional criminals and for rogue operators. Why?
Ransomware: Easy to get hit, hard to stop and costly to recover
Ingram Micro’s Andrew Khan explains what ransomware is and gives you ten tips to keep your data and applications from being held for ransom.
Security strategy: Protecting email is essential
It’s a fact of life. Most hacks, data breaches and malware intrusions start with a simple email, which is why protecting email is essential.
A new security fabric from Fortinet: Opportunities for the channel
Security in the headlines equates to opportunities in the channel. Andrew Khan from Ingram Micro explains how.
$22.2 million for a national CERT: What does it mean for your school?
How can your school benefit from New Zealand’s proposed Computer Emergency Response Team and what can you do to ensure its success?
Fortinet enters SIEM market with US$28m acquisition
Fortinet has plunged into the hot SIEM market with a $28m acquisition of AccelOps, creating FortiSIEM.
Upgrades: Too much trouble, too expensive or too important to ignore?
The easiest, most effective and least damaging method of protecting your school’s digital assets is to not get compromised in the first place.
Protecting email is essential to your security strategy
Fortinet’s Gary Gardiner explains why email security is perhaps the most cost-effective network protection you can deploy.
Ransomware: Easy to get hit, difficult to stop and costly to recover
Fortinet’s Gary Gardiner explains what ransomware is, how it works and ten tips to keep your data and applications from being held for ransom.
Fortinet: Harnessing WiFi analytics to maximise your customer’s experience
A person’s ‘digital trail’ contains a goldmine of information that can be harnessed to give them a richer and more rewarding experience.
Fortinet’s independent validations give your datacentre the competitive edge
Enterprises of all sizes have more choices that ever when it comes to selecting a managed service provider or datacentre.
Fortinet’s internal segmentation firewalls: Securing the inner network
Once malware enters your network, it can move laterally virtually unopposed. Fortinet’s ISFWs protect your digital assets.
Fortinet and Ransomware: What your clients need to know
The best way to protect your digital assets from Ransomware is to not get compromised in the first place - but can it be done?
Internal segmentation firewalls: Securing the inner network
The good news is that edge firewalls do an excellent job of protecting the network border. The bad news is that they can’t help after a breach occurs.
Ransomware: What your clients need to know
CryptoWall, Locky, TeslaCrypt. To make sense of today’s tech headlines, you have to learn an entire new vocabulary. Here's a few basics.