Fortinet Security Fabric Enables Digital Innovation

February 5, 2020

Organizations are rapidly adopting digital innovation (DI) initiatives to accelerate their businesses, reduce costs, improve efficiency, and provide better customer experiences. Common initiatives involve moving applications and workflows to the cloud, deploying Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices on the corporate network, and expanding the organization’s footprint to new branch locations. With this evolving infrastructure also come security risks. Organizations must cope with growing attack surfaces, advanced threats, increased infrastructure complexity, and an expanding regulatory landscape. To accomplish their desired DI outcomes while effectively managing risks and minimizing complexities, organizations need to adopt a cybersecurity platform that provides visibility across their environment and a means to manage both security and network operations easily.

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Who Owns Security in the Cloud?

whitePaper | September 27, 2022

Businesses once doubted the long-term benefits of moving their traditional, on-premises workloads to the cloud. But those doubts didn’t last long. The ROI of cloud migration was realized quickly and decisively. Businesses eagerly shifted their workloads to the cloud and realized the financial benefits of doing so. However, in the rush to the cloud, clarity on security — and who is responsible for it — is often lost.

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Multiverse Security: Easy, Built-in, Comprehensive and Continuous

whitePaper | December 12, 2022

In the evolution of Internet-based technologies, Web 2.0 introduced popular decentralized services that accelerated interactivity between websites and users. Looking to capitalize on this innovation, businesses rushed to launch applications to the market. However, both the Web 2.0 architecture and dependent businesses failed to incorporate key security principles into the design and implementation of these services, resulting in critical vulnerabilities.

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Cybersecurity: Experience and best practices during COVID-19 pandemic

whitePaper | July 6, 2020

With this white paper focused on the emerging cyber threat that we world is facing during the COVID-19 crisis, NETIA wish to share his experience, his initiatives and his knowledge on those topics.

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Google Cloud security foundations guide

whitePaper | April 19, 2021

This guide presents an opinionated view of Google Cloud security best practices, organized to allow users to adopt or adapt them and then automatically deploy them for their estates on Google Cloud. This document can be useful to you if you are a CISO, security practitioner, risk or compliance officer.

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Systemic Cybersecurity Risk and role of the Global Community: Managing the Unmanageable

whitePaper | November 29, 2022

In February 2022, a cyberattack on commercial satellite services in Ukraine caused electricitygenerating wind farms to shut down across Central Europe. In July 2021, supermarkets in Sweden were forced to close their doors after a cyberattack on an IT services provider based in Florida, USA.

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MEC security; Status of standards support and future evolutions

whitePaper | September 28, 2022

The present White Paper will focus on MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing) technologies and intends to explore security-related use cases and requirements with the aim of identifying aspects of security where the nature of edge computing results in insufficient industry approaches to cloud security. Edge computing environments are by nature characterized by a complex multi-vendor, multi-supplier, multi-stakeholder ecosystem of equipment including both HW and SW devices. Given this overall level of system heterogeneity, the areas of security, trust, and privacy are key topics for the edge environments. Finally, the advent of edge cloud federations and the presence of (far) edge devices, e.g., in Internet-ofThings environments, requires tackling MEC security with an end-to-end (E2E) approach by leveraging existing standards relevant in the area, as carefully selected to be applicable in edge computing systems.

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