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Job Title: VP, Americas Channels
Jon Bove is the vice president of Americas channels at Fortinet. In this capacity, Bove and his team are responsible for strategizing, promoting and driving the channel sales strategy for partners in the United States as the company seeks to help them build successful – and profitable – security practices. A 17-year veteran of the technology industry, Bove has held progressively responsible sales, sales-leadership and channel-leadership positions. During his time at Fortinet, he has been responsible for establishing Fortinet's national partner program and aligning Fortinet's regional partner strategy to allow partners to develop Fortinet security practices with the tools and programs to successfully grow their businesses.
Recent articles by Jon Bove
- February 6, 2019
Automated attacks make it imperative SMBs look to their security precautions.
- January 16, 2019
Visibility and control are key to fighting cyberthreats in today’s complex network environments.
- November 2, 2018
Ever-evolving security strategies call for back-end adjustments to protect the network, increased visibility into IoT devices using that network, and more.
- September 14, 2018
Let’s face it, the speed and volume of attacks make it impossible to manually assess and block each threat. It’s time to welcome our new automated helpers.
- September 6, 2018
Today’s attacks are designed to exploit vulnerabilities and dive deep into the network without leaving a trace. This enables lateral movement, in which bad actors search for resources to take over or data to exploit, all without detection.
- June 15, 2018
As organizations update systems and processes to ensure compliance with new rules, MSPs need to remind them: ‘Compliant’ does not automatically equal ‘secure.’
- March 15, 2018
Customers like to spread their cloud usage around, for good reason. But more data stores also translate into more ways for criminals to get in.