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Enterprise firewalls – Foundation for pervasive security
Ingram Micro’s Andrew Khan explains how advanced firewalls can protect data and applications at the gateway, inside the network and into the cloud.
Wireless security: Protection beyond BYOD
A look into how Fortinet’s Secure Access Architecture (SAA) can help protect your client’s WLAN deployments from 100 billion IoT-based cyber attacks.
Protecting your clients in the clouds: Private, public and hybrid
A look into how Fortinet's FortiGate firewalls can protect data and applications regardless of where they reside - cloud, in-house or a mix of both.
Put your security in the cloud: MSSP a huge revenue opportunity in NZ
Andrew Khan explains how to deploy Fortinet’s security fabric as a managed service to protect your clients’ networks whilst building sustainability.
Fortinet’s Security Fabric: Protection for the entire data centre
Data centres need protection from a variety of all-to-real threats. Fortinet has security solutions for the edge, the core and into the cloud.
Business continuity: A key benefit of Fortinet’s network security
You sell goods and services. You need a safe and secure network to keep the revenue coming in. Fortinet’s network security keeps the wheels turning.
Fortinet extends network security into optimised operations
Fortinet’s security fabric moves beyond the firewall into enhanced network management, more visibility and reduced risk. Ingram Micro explains how.
Selling enterprise security solutions - tips for success
Ingram Micro’s Andrew Khan shares proven sales strategies for demonstrating return on investment when pitching security solutions to NZ businesses.
Your school's endpoint security: Solving the BYOD conundrum
BYOD is both an enabler and a risk. Ingram Micro can show you how Fortinet’s internal segmentation technology makes BYOD safer and more secure.
Identifying your network security threats with Fortinet’s Cyber Threat Assessment Program
Fortinet’s no-charge, no-obligation Cyber Threat Assessment Program will help you identify gaps in your network security defenses.
Network security is a 24/7 exercise - How can you best protect your clients?
Network security is a non-stop exercise. After all, hackers & cyber-criminals wreak their havoc from all corners of the globe in all 24 time zones.
The network security skills shortage: Lack of trained professionals is a welcome mat for cybercriminals
Ingram Micro’s Fortinet training will help you build in-house network security expertise, upskill your team and retain key staff.
Stand out from the crowd: What prospects look for when selecting a MSSP
Ingram Micro’s Fortinet Senior Business Manager Andrew Khan tells it like it is from a customer’s perspective.
Your school’s Internet security policy: Blueprint to protect your students, staff and network
Defining the rules is the first step in securing your school’s network. Ingram Micro’s Andrew Khan explains what you need to know.
Application security: Extending the reach of your firewall
Apps. Everyone has plenty. That includes your staff, guests and unfortunately, cybercriminals. They all pose risks for malware infection. Advice?
For YOUR eyes only: Data loss prevention strategies
It’s your job as the security professional at your company to prevent the loss of critical or sensitive data - here's some advice.
Detect, mitigate, prevent: Fortinet protection at the granular level
Increasingly, clients are faced with more potential breaches, more vectors for infection and more opportunities for mayhem
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.
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 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?
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.
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.
Ingram Micro puts focus into Fortinet partnership
Ingram Micro and Fortinet offer a full range of FortiGate consolidated security platforms, delivering unmatched performance and protection while simplifying your client’s network.