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Now the task of getting the trailer built out and she sure needs some vinyl decals!
To succeed in today’s digitally oriented marketplace, retailers need a strong network infrastructure to tie multiple elements of the shopper journey together. Retailers must be able to automatically link physical and cyber transactions to customer accounts in real time, see and manage inventory and link that information to their applications, and establish granular visibility and control over things like point of sale devices, heating and cooling systems, refrigerated display cases, WiFi solutions and other IoT devices.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many businesses to rapidly enable most, if not all, of their employees to work from home. But while the lights are off in corporate conference rooms and cubicles, on-premises data, applications, and servers are still serving critical business functions for organizations. Not only that, but all those remote workers still require secure access to the network resources. Despite these challenges, Fortinet was able to rapidly expand remote access without compromising security or productivity.
Discover how Fortinet’s Teleworker Solutions ensured the successful transition of Fortinet employees to #remotework without requiring additional hardware or CAPEX.
Explore why these three customers adopted Fortinet Secure SD-Branch to extend the benefits of Fortinet’s broad, integrated, and automated Security Fabric to branch locations to reduce network compl…
#Fortinet Founder and CEO Ken Xie shares his perspective about the arc of cybersecurity evolving over the last decade to where enterprises and government agencies are today and what is top of mind going forward. Read more in http://CyberScoop:http://ftnt.me/C133FB
#Fortinets Rick Peters highlights how the convergence of IT and #OT requires new #cybersecurity tools like deception technology to help combat cyber threats:
The Winnti Group are inserting backdoors on computers used by people who are working at home. VISA issues a warning regarding a new credit card skimmer called "Baka." All that and more in this week’s Threat Intelligence Brief from #FortiGuardLabs:
As much as I use computers in my day to day to life, I still need pen and paper.
Boyd Tech Solutions Division of Propaganda just got our first shipment of branded pens. I can not wait to start giving these out!
Organizations around the world continue to be hit by ransomware. One of the latest is an international insurance provider and risk management firm called Arthur J. Gallagher. In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission the company said that on Saturday it detected a ransomware attack. What it called a “limited portion” of its IT systems was hit. Systems were taken offline and an investigation started. Gallagher had restarted most of them by yesterday.
#Fortinet’s Courtney Radke explains how the #SecurityFabric provides restaurants with high-performance networking and industry-leading security in his Restaurant Technology Network member spotlight.