Are security and connectivity on your 2021 to do list, yes? Here’s what to do first

With Fortinet, we'll help you weigh up your SASE options


Webcast If you looked back at your list of 2020 New Year’s resolutions, would any of them make still sense for 2021?

For a start, you probably didn’t have “support a rapid relocation of the workforce to home working and then work out how to secure it after the fact” on there, all while dealing with a pandemic, economic dislocation, and everything else that surprised us in 2020.

But yes, you managed it all against the odds. But do you have the nagging feeling that there’s much more that needs to be done around connectivity and security across your organisation?

You’re not alone, either in facing that problem, or the slew of new security concerns that are heading our way, all while dealing with corporate structures and connectivity that are, to put it kindly, in flux. So, you probably would benefit from catching up on our recent webcast, Is a remote workforce making your organisation less secure?

Our in-house webcasting maven Tim Phillips was joined by Fortinet’s Patrick Grillo, a veteran of both the networking and security worlds. They discussed the new realities around connectivity and security, and the need to bring them together to protect organisations and their newly dispersed workforces.

They also dived into how the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) model could be the way to do this, solving many of the problems associated with traditional VPN or SD-WAN approaches.

So, whatever your plans for 2021 involve, get a head start with this in-depth chat. Just click here, turn on, tune in, and catch-up.

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