UTP is the first Fortinet Network Security Academy programme partner in Southeast Asia.
Being in the pole position can make all the difference between winning the race and getting a mere participation award, and cybersecurity firm Fortinet believes it has all but clinched it.
Fortinet said it has launched security consulting services for enterprises in the region, out of a new centre in Kuala Lumpur called the Fortinet South-East Asia & Hong Kong Solution Centre.
Fortinet said it has established a ‘Partner Advisory Council’ in its South-East Asia and Hong Kong region to help the company make use of its channel ecosystem to improve responsiveness to customer needs.
The trends toward personalised medicine, prevention, and wellness means stakeholders need to connect information from various points within the healthcare value chain − including providers, laboratories, payers, and patients, writes George Chang of Fortinet.
Fortinet said it has appointed Michelle Ong its new country manager in Malaysia. She will oversee Fortinet Malaysia's overall operations and take responsibility for developing and growing its business in the country.
New strategic partnership to accelerate Fortinet's push into large organizations ACA’s reseller base in smaller cities and in East Malaysia a key target for Fortinet
Fortinet has unveiled three new high-performance application delivery controllers (ADCs) for enterprise data centres and managed service providers.
Fortinet has unveiled 12 new products designed to connect and extend its integrated security platforms for retail, branch offices and distributed enterprises in Malaysia.
Fortinet has set up a Carrier & Service Provider division within its South-East Asia and Hong Kong operations, and appointed Ng Hwee Boon and Chang Wai Leong as regional directors to head the division.