Fortinet Accelerate 2021
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 | 11:00am
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 | 6:00pm

Join us online for Accelerate 2021 Digital Edition. Free of charge, and available to Fortinet Partners, Customers, and Employees. 

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The Road to Self-Healing SD-WAN: From Flexible Edges to Cloud Edge
Change is the only constant in today’s dynamic networks, with Wide-Area Networks right at the center of it. While networks shift from traditional IP-based to application-driven, reactive to predictive, manual to the automated and work-from-anywhere initiative – the business outcomes and expectations to deliver enhanced user experience and instant ROI benefits remain the same. The need for SD-WAN to enable self-healing networks from Edge to the cloud is turning out to be one of the key requirements for organizations. As a pioneer of the Security-Driven Networking approach, Fortinet’s organically developed Secure SD-WAN solution is trusted by over 30,000 WAN Edge customers. With our next major software release, we are excited to trailblaze the SD-WAN market as we continue to innovate by addressing emerging use cases and pave the path towards complete self-healing WAN from flexible edges to the cloud edge.

Zero Trust Network Access - the Next Step for VPNs and Application Access Control
Fortinet is expanding our Zero Trust solution to now add Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) capabilities.  This new feature combines the benefits of an improved, secure remote access tunnel with granule control of application access. This session will lay out how ZTNA access replaces traditional VPN tunnels with an easier and more secure means of accessing applications.  At the same time, ZTNA improved security for applications by both hiding them from the Internet and verifying users and devices before every session. Come learn about the new ZTNA features that arrived with FOS 7.0. 

Creating a Resilient Endpoint Security Strategy for the Era of Remote Work
Join us to learn critical strategies for securing your remote work force while keeping pace with the advanced threat landscape. In this session we will discuss how FortiEDR can help you achieve true endpoint resilience, including: 
• The critical combination of visibility, prevention, detection, response, and remote remediation capabilities every endpoint security solution needs
• How FortiEDR protects your organization and remote workers against ransomware and other advanced attacks  
• Best practices for incident response preparation

Simplify NOC/SOC with Security Fabric Automation
Increasingly complex and fragmented infrastructures continue to enable the rise in cyber threats and network outages. Too many point products deployed by most enterprises operate in isolated silos, with individual consoles and narrow automation frameworks that are only relevant for that one solution. Subsequently, network operations (NetOps) and Security Operations (SecOps) teams rarely have clear and consistent insight into their policies and configurations, or visibility across their own infrastructure. 

A unified console with network-security automation and orchestration capabilities can easily eliminate the complexity challenge for NetOps/SecOps teams. The Fortinet Fabric NOC/SOC solution helps address this challenge, enabling Operations to be proactive rather than reactive through the unified management and analytics that are part of the Fortinet Security Fabric.  

In this session, attendees will learn how customers and partners are leveraging FortiManager/FortiAnalyzer today, what’s new in FortiManager 7.0/FortiAnalyzer 7.0, and how we help with an Integrated NOC/SOC. In particular, you will learn about our innovations around (1) Security Fabric Automation across NGFW, SD-WAN, SD-Branch, and others, (2) SOC Automation to simplify the security operations of low-to-medium maturity companies, and (3) NOC/SOC Add-On Services that are OPEX-based to help augment an organization's or an MSSP's operating center. 

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