first_imgNewsRegional Caribbean Telecommunications Union seminar to hear update on network security by: – May 26, 2012 Share 19 Views   no discussions Share Tweetcenter_img Fiber optic cable. Photo credit: nevisblog.comMIAMI, USA — Delegates to the 10th Ministerial Strategic Seminar of the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), which opens in Miami on May 29, will receive an update by Fortinet Inc, a world leader in high performance network security, on network threat landscape trends, vulnerability and the best ways to mitigate them.The update and recommendations will be provided by Pedro Paixao, vice president of international sales for Fortinet.Paixao will outline the new threat trends and the security solutions that are currently available to today’s network administrators. In his presentation at the two-day seminar, a follow-up to a similar CTU meeting in Barbados last December, the Fortinet executive will also explain why it is important to be ready to protect and recover from directed cyber attacks and how to create an actionable cyber security action plan.“We fully support the work of the CTU in promoting the adoption of cutting-[edge technology that enables Caribbean countries to be more competitive at the global level,” Paixao said. “Fortinet has been active in Latin America and the Caribbean region since 2003 and has worked a number of different groups to help educate public and private sectors on the importance of having a sound security strategy when planning a network expansion.”The CTU’s Ministerial Strategic Seminars create a forum for technology executives to explain the impact of today’s emerging technologies, listen to the concerns of ministers, their secretaries, technocrats, senior policymakers and regulators and provide the necessary insight for informed decision-making.The seminars seek to educate senior Caribbean government and regulatory officials in order to advance the social and economic development agendas of Caribbean countries.This 10th Seminar will focus on the need for the Caribbean to participate more actively in global discussions and within international organizations that have a fundamental role concerning internet governance. The seminar will delve into the mechanisms that are open to the region to participate in these organizations and will discuss a framework that will enable the region to effectively represent its interests. Caribbean News Now Sharing is caring! Sharelast_img read more

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