Fortinet’s live cloud security solutions Webinar

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Fortinet has launched a webinar to support organisations in arming themselves against the drastic increase in cybersecurity threats in the last year. 

Most of us are familiar with how the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic has forced organisations to change the way they operate. However, with the rise of hybrid and remote working and an acceleration in cloud migration, these rapid changes have given way to a serious rise in cybersecurity threats. 

Given this, security institutions are working harder than ever to support other organisations in implementing effective cybersecurity strategies. One Cybersecurity company offering additional support to organisations is Fortinet, an American multinational corporation headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. Fortinet’s webinar, which RedSwan powers, has opened the event for registration,

The webinar 

The webinar will take place on Wednesday, 8th September 2021 at 10:30 am, and will provide delegates with the opportunity to understand how security threats have shifted over the course of the last year, and the services Fortinet can provide. The webinar will be hosted by Russell Bristow, the Director at RedSwan, and Ricardo Ferreira, Principal Cloud Security Consulting at Fortinet. In addition, delegates can also sign up to receive freshly baked biscuits and tea to enjoy at home, as a part of the hybrid event experience. 



10:30 am: Introduction on RedSwan partnership with Fortinet

10:40 am: Fortinet cloud security solutions

11:10am: Q&A

11:30 am: Thanks and greetings

Click here to register for Fortinet’s webinar

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Amber Donovan-Stevens

Amber is a Content Editor at Top Business Tech

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