Is NDR Right for Your Organization?

Presented by

Chris Borales, Fortinet; Peter Steyaert, Fortinet; Heath Mullins, Guest Speaker, Senior Analyst, Forrester

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The Future of Network Detection and Response featuring Fortinet and guest Forrester How NDR helps build a proactive security posture If you’ve heard of Network Detection and Response (NDR) technology but aren’t certain what it is or how it might benefit your security team, then you won’t want to miss this webinar. Join us for an exciting conversation led by experts from Fortinet and guest Forrester where you’ll learn: -How NDR fits into a comprehensive security strategy -The current state of the NDR market -How organizations can successfully implement NDR, and the benefits they gain from the technology Speakers: - Chris Borales, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Fortinet - Peter Steyaert, Senior Manager, Systems Engineering, Fortinet - Heath Mullins, Guest Speaker, Senior Analyst, Forrester
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