Fortinet signs information sharing agreement with INTERPOL

Cybersecurity solutions company Fortinet has formalized its threat sharing with INTERPOL, the company said in a statement. While the agreement formalizes the cooperation between Fortinet and INTERPOL, both organizations have been operationally collaborating for over two years, according to the satement.

Fortinet will be involved in operational briefings at INTERPOL, and vice versa, under the agreement. A threat intelligence expert from Fortinet will also be assigned to collaborate with experts at the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI).

[Image courtesy: INTERPOL]

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