Fortinet is a global leader and innovator in Network Security. Our mission is to deliver the most innovative, highest performing network security platform to secure and simplify your IT infrastructure. We are a provider of network security appliances and security subscription services for carriers, data centers, enterprises, distributed offices and MSSPs.
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Fortinet provides high performance network security solutions that are specifically catered to guard network threats in large enterprises through its renowned Fortigate Platform and FortiOS 5.
Fortinet Solutions Suite
Next Gen Firewall
High Performance, Next Generation Firewall and UTM Appliance
Whether you need to deploy a High Performance Data Center Firewall, an Enterprise Next Generation Firewall or a smaller UTM device for your Distributed Enterprise site or small business, there is a FortiGate physical or virtual appliance to fit your unique Network Security requirements.
Network Security Operating System
FortiOS is a security-hardened, purpose-built Operating System that is the foundation of all FortiGate® network security platforms. It can be used across your large or small enterprise infrastructure. FortiOS 5.6 is the latest version of Fortinet’s network security operating system.
Mobility/Wireless LTE Security
FortiCarrier extends FortiGate Network Security Appliances (NGFW, UTM, Data Center Firewall) with additional FortiOS features specifically designed for protecting Carrier/ISP Networks and their customers, particularly with the accelerating adoption of Mobile Data and Wireless LTE infrastructure.
Why Choose Fortinet?
High Performance Data Center Firewalls
Fortinet’s FortiGate Network Security Platform provides the backbone of your Data Center Security Solution. Fortinet’s industry-leading, high capacity Firewall technologies deliver exceptional throughput and ultra-low latency, enabling the security, flexibility, scalability and manageability you demand in an edge or core platform.
Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
With all of the Data Breaches from Advanced Malware making the news, addressing sophisticated threats is top of mind for most executives. While “Sandboxes” are all the rage these days, they are only one part of a coordinated security effort to combat increasingly sophisticated attacks. Specifically, Fortinet recommends that enterprises focus on five fundamental areas of an Advanced Threat Protection Framework- Access Control, Threat Prevention, Threat Detection, Incident Response and Continuous Monitoring- rather than expecting any one new product to solve the problem.
Distributed Enterprise Solutions
Securing the separate physical locations of your Distributed Enterprise is challenging due to the wide range of business functions that you need to protect. Remote employees, distributed locations, and corporate data centers have distinct security and access requirements that transcend any single security product. Defending your distributed enterprise requires an ecosystem of security products that integrate and operate together to secure and connect your distributed enterprise.
Enterprise Edge (NGFW)
More internet-based applications and services, more mobile devices, more sophisticated attacks and breaches. The Enterprise is changing, as are Threats and Enterprise Network Security requirements. Fortinet’s FortiGate appliances deploy as an NSS Labs “Recommended” Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) at the enterprise campus, branch or midsize business with 5x the Next Gen performance of other leading appliances for the greater visibility, control and protection your organization needs.
What is Fortinet Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)?
Not only are all Fortinet Advanced Threat Protection components powered by the leading security intelligence of FortiGuard Labs, they also leverage local intelligence dynamically generated by FortiSandbox and shared across the interconnected security infrastructure. This sharing automatically responds to the latest targeted attacks, continually improves an organization’s security posture, closes natural gaps between multi-vendor point products, and reduces the time spent managing IT security.
- Prevention — blocking, as much as possible, typically known threats, often based on global intelligence
- Detection — continuing inspection, usually for unknown threats based on local analysis and intelligence
- Mitigation — responding with new detection to minimize incidents and their impact, primarily by sharing intelligence throughout the security architecture