Fast & Secure 2018 is the key network security event for the Service Provider and Telco industry. For the past three years we’ve been hosting this event to share our vision of cyber securityand how it specifically affects and drives the MSSP and Telco environment. Fast and Secure 2018 will focus on the impact of Disruptive Innovation on core security and security services, to drive business value.

Fast & Secure will be held in Sydney on Wednesday 5th September 2018 at the Sofitel Hotel, Darling Harbour and is the perfect opportunity to meet with Fortinet’s senior executives and experts. Fast & Secure brings together a hand-picked group of Fortinet’s most important customers for a day of networking, vision sharing and a preview of product direction. You will be able to share your experience and challenges with your peers and engage with Fortinet to learn more about how we can support your growth and business objectives with innovative cyber security solutions.

Attendance to the Fast & Secure conference is by personal invitation only.


Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour

12 Darling Drive

2000 Sydney, Australia
Phone: (+61) 2 8388 8888

Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour

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Ken Xie
Founder and Chief Executive Officer

A seasoned and successful entrepreneur, Ken Xie started his first network security company SIS in 1993, designing software firewalls while studying at Stanford University. In 1996, he realized the performance limitations of software firewalls running on PCs/servers, and as a result started NetScreen. As founder, president, and CEO, he led the company to develop the industry’s first ASIC and dedicated hardware systems for high-performance firewalls and VPNs. NetScreen (NASDAQ: NSCN) was acquired by Juniper (NASDAQ: JNPR) for $4 billion.

Troy Hunt
Creator – Have I been pwned

Microsoft Regional Director and MVP for Developer Security, an ASPInsider, and a full time Author for Pluralsight—a leader in online training for technology and creative professionals. Troy is heavily involved in Have I been pwned? (HIBP) a free service that aggregates data breaches and helps people establish potential impacts from malicious web activity. Troy blogs regularly about web security and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences across the globe and throughout the media to discuss a wide range of technologies.