Federal Agencies Partner with Fortinet to Secure Data

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In this high stakes world of cyber security, no vertical has more at risk data than federal agencies. Business hacks can certainly be devastating to the bottom line, but an attack on federal data can be a matter of national security. Fortinet continues to grow its reach by not only securing networks but using its valuable threat intelligence to stop cyber attacks in their tracks. Fortinet recently announced a partnership with the Department of Homeland Security which helps the company improve access to the latest cyber threat intelligence and helps strengthen customers worldwide from increasingly sophisticated and potentially damaging threats. Digital Strategist, Jonas Tichenor has more from Washington D.C.
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