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  • Fortinet to Highlight Convergence of Cybersecurity and Physical Spaces at GISEC 2019

    Published on March 25, 2019

    Dubai UAE  : Fortinet® , a global leader in broad, integrated, and automated cybersecurity solutions, will participate at GISEC 2019 with the aim of addressing new threat opportunites that are being created by the convergence of cybersecurity and physical spaces or Cy-Phy. Fortinet will showcase it’s latest security innovations that will help combat threats associated with Cy-Phy.

     

    “Fortinet has been an active supporter of GISEC for the last 11 years as it draws a very specific and focused audience; one who is keen to maintain a well-protected security posture in their organization. It is essential for us, as a leader in the network security space, to be present to help address their needs for cybersecurity solutions,” said Alain Penel, Regional Vice President – Middle East, Fortinet. “The age is Cy-Phy is here, and although the appeal of this convergence to our digital economy is almost psy-fi in terms of imagination, unfortunately the cybersecurity risks are very real. Cybercriminals are closely watching and developing exploits that target this emerging digital convergence. Our aim is to educate our audiences on the fundamental elements of cybersecurity, including visibility, automation, and agile segmentation, that are more critical than ever to enable them to thrive in our Cy-Phy digital future, and to protect against the malicious activities of cyber adversaries.”

     

    Fortinet will be present in Halls 7-8 on booth B9 and will hold live demonstrations on a wide range of Fortinet cybersecurity solutions, and in particular the FortiGate Secure SD-WAN, and OT security solutions.

     

    Attendees can also discuss their toughest challenges with Fortinet’s top security experts and explore the latest in cyberthreat intelligence, as well as the strategies and solutions IT professionals need in order to secure their networks against these threats.

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