10 Companies Getting Into The Critical Infrastructure Security Market

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Taking a broader approach than some of the others on this list, Fortinet said in February that it had teamed up with the NATO for better information sharing around threat intelligence. Under the partnership, Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Fortinet will help improve NATO's defense supply chain, improve sharing of threat intelligence, raise cyber risk awareness and help support in the event of an incident, among other things.

"NATO is facing cybersecurity threats across the world that could drastically affect national economies and citizens. To avoid it, NCI Agency strongly believes in early information sharing on threats and vulnerabilities with leading companies worldwide, such as Fortinet," Koen Gijsbers, NATO Communications and Information Agency general manager, said in a statement at the time.

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