Hyland and two more head for Fortinet exit doors

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Changing of the UK guard at network security vendor

Fortinet is rebuilding its UK team following the quick-fire departure of three top local staff, including country manager Mark Hyland. The network security vendor has confirmed to CRN that Hylan...

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