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Fortinet ups the ante with updated cybersecurity operating system
"Combating hostile attacks requires security solutions that can deliver true network segmentation without compromising network performance."
Palo Alto vendor of choice as Aussie company amps up expansion plans
SunRice has chosen Palo Alto Networks' Next-Generation Security Platform to support expansion, increase security, and consolidate IT infrastructure.
A10 thunders into new firewall market with convergent offering
A10 has released what it says is the first firewall solution to consolidate multiple converged security solutions into one package.
If opportunity makes a thief, what stops one?
Cisco’s Marc Solomon outlines the questions security professionals should ask when evaluating next-gen firewalls.
Allied Telesis brings its next-generation firewall to NZ market
It’ll be interesting to see if Allied Telesis can transition its success in New Zealand in the switching category into the security space.
Fortinet and IDC: The five stages of IT security
"When it comes to your network’s security, your journey from zero to hero follows a predictable, well-developed pattern that is surprisingly standard"
Dell launches wireless firewall solution
SonicWALL TZ Wireless Firewall Series enable SMBs + enterprises to realise the benefits of enterprise-class 802.11ac wireless performance and security
Security: Go unified, go simplified
When it comes to the network and security, WatchGuard partner Resolve Technology has a simple message: Go unified, go simplified.
F5 Networks bolsters enterprise security services
In order to provide enterprises with better protection for their web applications, F5 Networks has released two key security developments.
Fortinet ramps up Aus operations, looks to enterprise
New management, new headcount and renewed focus on key verticals as Fortinet aims high in Australian market.
Manux adopts WatchGuard and reaps the benefits
Manux responds to changing customer needs and adopts WatchGuard, the leading firewall vendor.
Fortinet's next-generation firewall platforms unveiled
Specialising in high-performance network security, Fortinet has unveiled two next-generation firewall platforms.
New super massive firewall to protect all business sizes
Mid-sized organisations are finding themselves next up on hackers’ hit lists
The next evolution in next-generation firewalls
Westcon Imagine 2014 - With companies struggling to keep pace with the increasing volume and sophistication of cyberattacks, it’s time for firewalls to step up.
Network segmentation gateways to the centre
'Super firewalls' or network segmentation gateways, have the potential to deliver on the power of the cloud, says Fortinet's Jack Chan.
Kiwi business boost as WatchGuard's IT security rules the roost...
Introducing WatchGuard’s Next-Generation Firewall, bred for supremacy and designed for fast, agile security protection for businesses.
Palo Alto Networks gains Gartner recognition for Enterprise Network Firewalls
"We believe this echoes the momentum we’ve been experiencing as enterprise organisations see the value of a truly next-generation security platform..."
10 things you didn’t know about Fortinet…
Here's what you didn't know about the manufacturer of network security appliances and unified threat management (UTM)
Your Invite - Learn more about Trustwave products with Express Data
Express Data is inviting you to learn about award-winning Trustwave WebDefend products, at a series of events across New Zealand this month.
Employees get sucked in by smarter cybercriminals
Corporate content security solution providers WatchGuard have polished up their crystal ball and are taking a look at some of the security risks lurking on the horizon for this year.
Aussies face more web laws
After raising a hue and cry with its planned mandatory internet filter, the Australian government is pondering a law requiring ISPs to disconnect users who don’t have a firewall and anti-virus software installed on their computer.