With bandwidth demand growing faster than budgets and cyber-attacks constantly on the rise, it can be challenging to securely and efficiently deliver applications at the speed your users expect. Fortinet Application Delivery Controller (ADC) appliances optimize the availability, user experience, and scalability of enterprise application delivery. They enable fast, secure, and intelligent acceleration and distribution of even the most demanding enterprise applications.
Fortinet’s FortiAP series of access points support the latest technologies (802.11ac Wave2, 4×4), and the demand for plug and play deployment. Additionally, the FortiAP-S Series has UTM capabilities built-in, providing full security to the very edge of the network. FortiAPs are available in a variety of models to address specific use cases and management modes, including a Universal AP designed to operate with any on-premises or cloud solution.
Organizations are increasingly adopting IaaS and SaaS services and applications for the agility and savings they offer, but find that they don’t have the visibility and control they require. FortiCASB is a cloud-native Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) subscription service that is designed to provide visibility, compliance, data security, and threat protection for cloud-based services being used by an organization.
Endpoints are frequently the target of initial compromise or attacks. One recent study found that 30% of breaches involved malware being installed on endpoints. FortiClient strengthens endpoint security through integrated visibility, control, and proactive defense. With the ability to discover, monitor, and assess endpoint risks, you can ensure endpoint compliance, mitigate risks, and reduce exposure. FortiClient proactively defends against advanced attacks. Its tight integration with the Security Fabric enables policy-based automation to contain threats and control outbreaks. FortiClient is compatible with Fabric-Ready partners to further strengthen enterprises’ security posture.
Establishing and maintaining Internet connectivity can be a critical requirement for business execution. To provide a secondary WAN connection, the FortiExtender appliance uses LTE connectivity with the cellular phone infrastructure to provide broadband speeds that can be used in a failover or load-balancing configuration. And for those locations without wired broadband options, FortiExtender can provide the primary Internet connection.
Deploy, manage and optimize your LTE modem network with an easy to use, browser-based FortiExtender Cloud. This hosted service enables the management of an unlimited number of FortiExtender Appliances from anywhere you can connect to the Internet. With both free and paid service levels, FortiExtender Cloud offers inventory management, device configuration, carrier data consumption, and more for devices that can be spread around the country or around the world.
Virtualization and SDN are rapidly transforming data centers into agile, innovative, and cost-effective private clouds. Unfortunately, if your security is an afterthought and can’t keep up with these fast, flexible environments, there can be protection gaps or manual security processes that negate the advantages of network virtualization and SDN.
Our SDN security framework delivers security built for these networks. It defines security evolution across the network architecture. It evolves network security in each conceptual layer of network architecture: the data plane, control plane, and management plane.
Whether part of a firewall solution or a separate standalone appliance, Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) technology is becoming an increasingly ubiquitous part of network security defenses. Fortinet, well known for its next-generation firewall (NGFW) solution, has built IPS technology for more than ten years. Fortinet customers expect and depend on high performance from FortiGate firewalls and FortiGate IPS benefits from this legacy, delivering pound-for-pound, the best IPS performance available in the market today. FortiGate IPS, following a different evolution path than traditional IPS, innovates in ways that other standalone IPS products do not.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) adoption is on the rise, with at least 60% of internet sites using it as of January 2018. While this provides confidentiality, it’s also a great place for cybercriminals to hide malware. Industry reports indicate that 41% of malicious traffic leverages encryption. In addition, administrators lose visibility of data leaving the enterprise and can’t enforce data loss policies.
Fortinet firewalls with Gateway Security protects enterprises against web attacks with URL filtering, visibility and control of encrypted web traffic via SSL inspection, and application of granular web application policies. Fortinet is the first and only gateway security vendor to earn Virus Bulletin’s VBWeb certification for web filtering effectiveness.
New cyber threats emerge every moment of every day. The highly commercialized cybercriminal ecosystem constantly changes its attacks and techniques. Whether it’s a ransomware family, phishing campaign, or infrastructural vulnerability—organizations must constantly be prepared to defend against something new at all times. That’s where the threat research and intelligence of FortiGuard Labs is critical. Extensive knowledge of the threat landscape, combined with the ability to respond quickly at multiple levels, is the foundation for providing effective security. Spanning 10 distinct security disciplines, hundreds of researchers at FortiGuard Labs scour the cyber landscape and proactively seek out new avenues of attack every day to discover (and ideally preempt) emerging threats. The FortiGuard team develops effective countermeasures to protect more than 320,000 Fortinet customers around the world. These countermeasures include up-to-the-minute threat intelligence, delivered as a subscription service for Fortinet security products.
Email security remains a key productivity tool for today’s organizations, as well as a successful attack vector for cyber criminals. According to the Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report, 49% of malware was installed via malicious email. Gartner asserts that “Advanced threats (such as ransomware and business email compromise) are easily the signature-based and reputation-based prevention mechanisms that a secure email gateway (SEG) has traditionally used.”
FortiMail Email security utilizes the latest technologies and security services from FortiGuard Labs to deliver consistently top-rated protection from common and advanced threats while integrating robust data protection capabilities to avoid data loss.
As the cloud and IoT force networks to evolve, organizations struggle to keep ahead. Too many solutions with varying management tools strain already overworked security teams. A new approach is needed to short-circuit this challenge, one that combines the perspective of both operations and security. FortiManager is the NOC-SOC operations tool that was built with security perspective. It provides a single-pane-of-glass across the entire Fortinet Security Fabric.