Solutions That Evolve as Industry Needs Change


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Educational institutions strive to create high quality learning environments with easy access to wired and wireless online research and communication tools – but with this access, organization must deploy the necessary measures to keep students safe from hostile threats and inappropriate content.

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While many financial services organizations today are eager to leverage FinTech (Financial Technology) to delight customers with new banking options, keeping pace with industry innovation does not come without reputational, regulatory, and operational considerations that effective security programs cannot ignore.

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The potential of emerging technology within the healthcare sector is boundless, transforming care delivery, patient satisfaction, and the very industry itself. But for all the promise, healthcare facilities cannot lose sight of the continuing effort to secure network resources and ensure privacy.

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With the rise of Industry 4.0 (the fourth and current industrial revolution), manufacturers are replacing legacy equipment with “smart” new technologies – and powering safer, more efficient factories with greater Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE.) While Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) products are enabling manufacturers to remain competitive, they’re also placing them in a hacker’s crosshairs.

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Retail & Hospitality

When a retail or hospitality business suffers a data breach, costs can quickly escalate, business opportunities can be squandered, and customer loyalties can sour. Whether the cyber attack is delivered over Wi-Fi, at a POS station, or through phishing emails to internal users, the result can devastate a business.

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State and Local Government

State and local government agencies collect and store a great deal of sensitive information about citizens, often more than even the federal government. But because they also have a fundamental duty to protect not just their data, but more critically their people, the matter of cyber security becomes much more than an IT issue – it becomes an issue of public safety.

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“We had a pretty large deployment of Brocade APs. As soon as I found out about the controller feature, it made me want to switch to WatchGuard. I think we ended up buying about 100 right off the bat.”

Tim Burks, Network Administrator, Franklin County Board of Education

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