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Wednesday, May 4 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Fortinet: Developing a Broad, Integrated, Automated Security Fabric- IMAGINE It no more!

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It’s no surprise that Cyber threats continue to increase in frequency, complexity, and impact.
Addressing these threats creates both financial and incredible resource challenges for our districts. In this session, Lane ESD- our long-time technology partner- will discuss how they’ve navigated some of their challenges through technology, best practices, and policy considerations.

Further, you’ll discover how Fortinet’s Secure fabric approach provides Broad visibility and protection of the entire digital attack surface to better manage risk and what an Integrated solution can do to reduce management complexity while sharing threat intelligence. The end result is an Automated self-healing network with AI-driven security for fast and efficient operations to assist even the smallest IT teams to address these proliferating security challenges!

This broad, integrated, and automated Secure Fabric can also be the Kevlar you need to minimize the impact of the brutal dynamics of Cybersecurity Insurance: Premiums and underwriter requirements are skyrocketing while at the same time carriers are scaling back certain coverages. During this important session, we’ll map the benefits of our Secure Fabric to these challenges and discuss how aspects of our security portfolio can address some Insurance requirements and potentially help lower your premiums.
With Fortinet, don't Imagine it, Realize it!

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Brandon Webb


Gerald Dees

Cybersecurity Administrator, Lane ESD
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Rob Vasks

SLED Major Accounts Manager, Fortinet
As a native Oregonian- and Oregon Duck- I've had the distinct pleasure of supporting Northwest School Districts and other Public Sector customers for over thirty years.

Wednesday May 4, 2022 3:15pm - 4:15pm PDT
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