The Evolving Threat Landscape versus Advanced Threat Protection

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Patrick Grillo, Senior Director, Security Solutions, Fortinet

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As the most recent outbreak of ransomware has proven once again, a debilitating attack can come from anywhere, with any sort of malware, and have a global impact. While headlines and marketing statements constantly shout “Zero Day”, even old malware can be used effectively to wreak havoc in a network if it’s not properly configured and up to date. The threat landscape never stops evolving and neither should an enterprise’s cyber security strategy. New products, new features and efficient source of threat intelligence are just some of the tools that an enterprise should look for from their security vendors. This session will look at the evolution of Advanced Threat Protection and how continuous development across the full range of technologies is crucial to maintaining security efficacy.

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