Intent-Based Segmentation: Beyond Zero Trust

This blog is a summary of the article, “Zero Trust is Not Enough: The Case for Intent-Based Segmentation,” written by Fortinet’s Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, and published on the Network Computing website on March 22, 2019. Networks designed with implicit trust, even if small, simplifies allowing data and applications to move around Continue Reading

Byline: Will Automated Next Gen Cybersecurity be Based on Intent?

Implementing Intent-based Network Security (IBNS) Takes Planning, Consideration, and Incremental Implementation Over the last few months I’ve written about a number of technologies impacting cybersecurity and how in a perhaps idealistic world these security systems can all interact with each other, share information about the devices in our networks, and take mitigating actions, Continue Reading

Q&A: It’s Time To Automate Security. Part 1

As the threat landscape continues to evolve and the cyberskills gap remains a challenge, automation and intent-based security are becoming timely discussions when thinking about the future of cybersecurity. Fortinet’s James Cabe shares some perspective from the trenches. What follows is Part 1 of a two-part overview of the path Continue Reading