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Fortinet, Intel Launch Programs to Address Cyber Workforce, Info-Sharing Challenges

cybersecurityTYSONS CORNER, VA, March 23, 2016 — Fortinet (Nasdaq: FTNT) and Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) have unveiled separate cybersecurity initiatives that seek to address shortages in the workforce and information-sharing activities, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

San Jose Mercury News reported Tuesday Fortinet will open a Network Security Academy while Intel works to drive threat intelligence exchanges between companies to counter ransomware campaigns.

Intel and Fortinet are members of the Cyber Threat Alliance established in 2014.

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