Cyber security has been and continues to be a hot topic of conversation. As threats become more and more advanced, there is more of a need than ever for businesses to stay informed and learn everything they can about the solutions available to them.

Webinars, seminars, and Lunch and Learn events are all great ways to keep this conversation going, and often add a bit of fun to an otherwise serious educational opportunity. They’re also a great way to put our clients in touch with some of the amazing companies that Fuelled Networks is fortunate enough to work with.

This time, we’re trying something a little different. Fuelled Networks has teamed up with Fortinet, an industry leader in security solutions, and StorageCraft, one of the top names in data backup and disaster recovery for a one-of-a-kind event on Thursday, April 6th. The FortiExpress – a state-of-the-art mobile briefing centre – will be here in Ottawa as part of our Secure Your World event.

We’re inviting you to come and check out the FortiExpress, which will be at Lansdowne Park next to the Aberdeen Pavilion. Drop by anytime between 1PM and 3PM on April 6th to take part in our afternoon of discussions and demos. Representatives from both Fortinet and StorageCraft will be on hand to give presentations and answer questions about their products and solutions.

Afterward, Fuelled Networks will treat you to a complimentary viewing of Ghost in the Shell – an exciting new sci-fi/action feature starring Scarlett Johansson that offers an interesting take on cybercrime. A free popcorn and drink will be provided as well.

We’ll also be raffling off a brand new Apple TV to attendees who include a referral along with their registration information, which you can do right now using this link.

The Fuelled Networks team is excited for this event to get underway, and we hope to see you there!

For more information about this event, or to learn more about the IT support services we offer, contact us at or (613) 828-1280 right away. 

Published On: 23rd March 2017 by Ernie Sherman.