FortiOS 6.0: FortiGuard content disarm and reconstruction

Some interesting info here on some of the new features in FortiOS 6.0 – Content Disarm and Reconstruction. Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) removes exploitable content and replaces it with content that’s known to be safe. As files are processed through an enabled AntiVirus profile, content that’s found to be malicious or unsafe is replaced with content that allows the traffic to continue, but

The NHS Needs a Security Transformation

The NHS is in a unique and particularly vulnerable position when it comes to cybersecurity due to the level of regulation and compliance surrounding patient privacy and data protection. At the same time, it is a preferred target for the hacker or cybercriminal due to the high residual value of a NHS record. However, cyber-attacks

NHS Cyber Assessment

Cyber Threat Assessment for the NHS

In order to improve on the overall healthcare experience, the NHS is increasingly relying on the use of technology to manage patient data. However, without robust processes and adequate IT systems, information integrity is at risk of being compromised by unauthorised parties. By rendering patient data inaccessible or public, these data breaches can adversely affect

How many Fortinet Partners are located in Wales?

Today i’ve been browsing through some of our Fortinet Customers in Wales (and indeed our customers across the country, and it’s interesting to note that Fortinet Partners based in Wales are few and far between. We’ve been working with all things Fortinet for many years, from FortiGates to FortiMail, FortiWiFi, FortiSandbox and FortiClient. In fact,