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Join Fortinet at HPE Discover 2017!

Mon, 2017/06/05 - 17:22
Fortinet is a Gold sponsor at Discover 2017, and will showcase several important security innovations to help you stay ahead of cyber threats. Join Fortinet at booth 231 while you’re at Discover 2017 to see a demo of the Fortinet Security Fabric in action! We’ll also have technical experts on hand to discuss any security needs you ma A key focus area for many attendees will be cybersecurity, given the challenges they face from today’s sophisticated and rapidly evolving threats. The isolated, proprietary security devices most organizations...
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Governmental Entities Bringing Financial Cybersecurity to Center Stage

Mon, 2017/06/05 - 17:20
By now, it’s no secret that cybercriminals have targeted, and continue to target, the financial services industry with advanced attacks that are designed to steal or otherwise jeopardize valuable data. As a result, many organizations have taken at least some initial steps to better secure their networks and the information that lives within them. In fact, according to Duff & Phelps’ “Global Regulatory Outlook,” 86 percent of professionals in the financial services industry say their companies have plans to put more...
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An Inside Look at CVE-2017-0199 – HTA and Scriptlet File Handler Vulnerability

Mon, 2017/06/05 - 03:52
FortiGuard Labs recently came across a new strain of samples exploiting the CVE-2017-0199 vulnerability. This vulnerability was fixed by Microsoft and the patch was released in April 2017. Due to its simplicity, it can be easily exploited by attackers. It has also been found in-the-wild by other vendors. We have also blogged about some samples recently found in spear phishing attack. While there are plenty of articles discussing this vulnerability, most of them are intended for technical readers and primarily focus on how to create proof-of-concept...
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