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Securing Distributed Enterprise Networks

Distributed Enterprise networks have grown in complexity over the last decade as they expand network access and add more security technologies to protect their networks. The adoption of standards such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has also improved the overall security of data in distributed enterprise networks like retail and food service by requiring specific practices.

However, in light of many well-publicized data breaches, it is clear that distributed enterprise networks are still vulnerable to being compromised.

Read Fortinet’s White Paper for more information on the common challenges Distributed Enterprise networks face in securing their remote or branch locations.

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Securing Distributed Enterprise Networks

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Fortinet’s Advanced Threat Protection Framework

Looking at the data breach incidents that made the news in 2013 and into 2014 – Target Corporation, Adobe, Tesco, Snecma, LaCie, KT Corp, Yahoo Japan, the New York Times and more – sophisticated threats continue to beat traditional defenses.

Read Fortinet’s White Paper for more information on their cohesive approach to addressing advanced targeted attacks.

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Fortinet’s Advanced Threat Protection Framework

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Fortinet Secures Next Generation Healthcare

Healthcare providers are migrating from large, independent stand alone organizations to complex new ecosystems with provider organizations, affiliated physician groups, labs and business associates involved in both the provisioning of care, and the collection of vast amounts of information from patients.

Along with our  changes in coverage and insurance via US legislation, a variety of technology initiatives are mandated by new regulations and are subject to new compliance parameters as well.  The transition towards more patient-centric care and decentralized monitoring means providers, patients and payers need to access information that originates outside the hospital setting.

 

Read Fortinet’s White Paper Report for information on the upcoming changes to the Healthcare Industry:

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Fortinet Secures Next Generation Healthcare

 

 

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Operation Cleaver

A new threat has been exposed coming out of Iran. Infogressive partner, Cylance has an extremely informative report on the critical discoveries behind Operation Cleaver, the targets and victims of this threat, and what you can do to protect yourself and your industry:

Cylance Report on Operation Cleaver

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The Shellshock FAQ: Here’s what you need to know

This is the best overview of the BASH Shellshock vulnerabilities we’ve seen to date, so we wanted to share: http://www.zdnet.com/the-shellshock-faq-heres-what-you-need-to-know-7000034219/?s_cid=e539&ttag=e539&ftag=TRE17cfd61

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Brandon Harms Rejoins Infogressive as CTO

Brandon Harms has returned to Infogressive and will be serving as our Chief Technology Officer. “Brandon brings a wealth of technical ability and experience to our organization. I’m very excited to have him back leading our engineering and managed services teams, said Justin Kallhoff, Infogressive CEO.” After spending a year in beautiful Hawaii, Brandon and his family decided getting back to the Nebraska Good Life was in their best interests, or maybe they just missed the snow and humidity! The entire team at Infogressive is happy to have Brandon back and look forward to his contributions that are sure to help our customers all over the world.

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Infogressive has record first half of FY2014

Thank You!

Thanks to our customers in 40 states and 5 countries, Infogressive had a record first half of 2014. Our total revenue grew 92.9% over 2013’s Q1 and Q2.

“We’re honored that our customers continue to trust us to help them secure their organizations. Infogressive has done significant hiring in the past 3 months to accommodate our continued rapid growth. We’re very excited about the talent and people we’ve added recently. The future is bright for our organization as we continue to focus on securing our clients from all over the world, said Justin Kallhoff, Infogressive’s Founder & CEO.

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Breach Detection System Product Analysis

It seems every vendor is marketing a solution to challenges posed by Advanced Persistent Threats and Targeted Attacks as Data Breaches stemming from sophisticated cyber threats routinely making the news. Sandboxing, payload analysis, emulation- “fire” this and “fire” that whatever you call them, solutions to detect breaches abound and the sheer noise in the market can be overwhelming.

That’s when real-world testing, by independent industry experts, is essential. Beyond the hype, which vendors really help solve the problem. And which just talk.

Read the NSS Labs Report on Breach Detection Systems for an independent, real-world assessment of comparative security effectiveness, performance and cost.

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NSS Labs Breach Detection System Product Analysis – FortiSandbox 3000D
NSS Labs Breach Detection Systems Security Value Map

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Infogressive launches FortiSecurity.com

Infogressive proudly launched it’s first of a series of e-commerce sites, fortisecurity.com this week. The site is dedicated to selling Fortinet’s entire product line.

“Fortinet has been a key technology partner of ours since our inception, we have done a lot of great things together, it was only fitting that we embark upon this new line of business with them. We believe we can provide customers with the complete package they really need to secure their businesses against today’s threats by combining our partners’ great technologies with our certified engineers’ implementation assistance and our strategic managed security services. We look forward to helping customers from around the world with their security challenges, said Justin Kallhoff, Infogressive CEO.”

Please visit http://www.fortisecurity.com today and let us know what you think!

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2014 Verizon Data Breach Report

Verizon Business released their annual Data Breach Report. They seem to be rapidly increasing their contributing list of vendors and organizations (50) in this always useful body of work. This year’s report is based on 1,367 confirmed data breaches, 63,437 security incidents and 95 countries represented. This is a sharp increase in 6 short years from their original report in 2008. We recommend this report for our clients to get a pulse on the ever-changing threat landscape and to learn from others breaches and mistakes.

http://www.verizonenterprise.com/DBIR/2014/reports/rp_Verizon-DBIR-2014_en_xg.pdf

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