FluidOne today announced exciting enhancements to its Software Defined Networking (SDN) portfolio with the launch of Secure SD-WAN.
Partnering with Fortinet, ‘a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions’, FluidOne’s Secure SD-WAN solution has already seen significant traction in the SD-WAN marketplace, delivering a comprehensive solution that provides both SD-WAN and security functionality in a single integrated offering for distributed enterprise branches.
Individuals and businesses tend to be the main targets of cyberattacks in the West, particularly those that hold data such as financial details which can be used by cybercriminals. However, recent reports have suggested that hackers are now targeting healthcare providers in the US, including Community Health Systems.
At Fluidata we strive to create innovative solutions that protect businesses from the constant threat of cybercrime and malware. Keeping up with the different types of malware that are created on a daily basis can often be difficult for cybercrime specialists, as the sheer volume and complexity of malware means they are often difficult to spot until it’s too late. In fact, just this week we have witnessed reports of three new pieces of malware that are affecting both businesses and individual users. Here, we look at all three in further detail:
Over the past few months the online community has been rocked by numerous cyberattacks leading to a substantial amount of personal information being accessed. Just one month ago we were faced with the issue of the Heartbleed bug which supplied hackers with personal information from some of the biggest sites in the world including Mumsnet and the Canada Revenue Agency.