Fortinet Expands Security Fabric and Defends Enterprise Access Networks
SUNNYVALE, CA: One of the global leaders in high-performance cyber security solutions, Fortinet, announced the enhancement of their Secure Access Architecture of wired and wireless networking solutions with some major add-ons. The company has merged complex security with enterprise access layers to offer flawless IoT (Internet of Things) to the Cloud. “Our approach to security is in alignment with the current security industry. We provide clients with a highly barricaded and focused security platform, instead of merely implementing security as an add–on to network or similar aspects,” explains Andrew Del Matto, CFO, Fortinet.
Fortinet has added 14 new products to expand its Secure Access Architecture Solutions array that lace together superior security with the access layers to provide protections across the expanding attack surface. Enabling sophisticated segmentation of devices from critical data, Secure Access Architecture solutions provide universal management and policy controls that abridge administration across wired and wireless infrastructures. To suit the access and security needs for enterprises of multiple sizes, these flexible access solutions offer options for either on premise or hosted deployments, controller or controller-less management, and technologies like 802.11ac Wave II speeds.
Fortinet has addressed the security challenges that the security professionals are concerned about with its Secure Access Architecture solutions which include both wired and wireless networks and are also intelligently unified within Fortinet's Security Fabric through FortiOS. This not only enable the individual components to act and respond as one but also arm IT with universal visibility and control over IoT devices and how they interact with critical enterprise networks.
Based out of California, Fortinet secures the largest enterprise, service provider, and government organizations around the world. Fortinet empowers its customers with intelligent, seamless protection across the expanding attack surface and the power to take on ever-increasing performance requirements of the borderless network today and into the future. Only the Fortinet Security Fabric architecture can deliver security without compromise to address the most critical security challenges, whether in networked, application, cloud or mobile environments.
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