On 28 September 2017, First Technology, in partnership with Fortinet, will host an exclusive Thought Leadership Breakfast event at the Century City Conference Centre.

Security: A new world calls for a new approach

Our current approach to security no longer works. Today’s networks are borderless, security has become a bottleneck, and complexity is creating security gaps. In the US, the average cost of cybercrime is now $15.4 million per incident. South African companies are by no means immune to attack. At the same time, companies cannot afford to allow security to compromise speed and performance.

This new world requires a new approach. One that offers advanced security without compromising performance.

The event

We have invited Paul Williams, Country Manager at Fortinet, to introduce us to this new world of network security.

Please join us at the First Technology Thought Leadership Breakfast on Thursday 28 September, as we discuss the future of network security.

Agenda

09:00 – 09:30     Arrival and registration

09:30 – 09:45     Welcome by Fairoz Jaffer, CTO, First Technology

09:45 – 10:15      Breakfast is served

10:15 – 11:15       Security for a new world – Paul Williams, Country Manager, Fortinet

How can Fortinet help?

Fortinet is a major player in many segments of the fast-growing Network Security and WLAN markets.

Fortinet’s mission is to deliver the most innovative, highest-performing network security fabric to secure and simplify your IT infrastructure. They are a leading global provider of network security appliances for carriers, data centers, enterprises and distributed office.

For more information on First Technology’s network security solutions or should you wish to attend this event, please contact Jolene de Lange at jolened@firsttechnology.co.za.

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