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Global Trade Compliance

Welcome and thank you for your interest in complying with U.S. export control laws.

When exporting, or re-exporting Fortinet products (hardware, software & technology), U.S. export controls apply and it is your responsibility to ascertain your compliance obligations.

Fortinet's policy is to comply fully with U.S. government and host country government laws and regulations. Under no circumstances will Fortinet sell or ship product contrary to U.S. export control regulations. Any person or entity exporting or re-exporting Fortinet products directly or indirectly and via any means, including electronic transfer, is wholly responsible for doing so in accordance with the U.S. Export Administration Regulations and the laws of host countries.

Please be aware there are U.S. embargoes, restricted parties, end-users and end-uses which you must assess prior to export, in conjunction with the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, and specifically encryption controls. Fortinet assumes no responsibility or liability for your failure to obtain any necessary export approvals. Approvals are dependent upon an item's technical characteristics, the destination, end use, and end user, as well as other activities of the end user. To request Fortinet product export classification information please click here. Additionally, keep in mind that U.S. export controls can remain in force as products and technology are re-exported to different parties and places around the world.

Why is Trade Compliance important?

Failing to comply with U.S. Export Control laws can have significant impacts on your business.

DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU - Real life investigations of export control and Anti-Boycott violations.

For an overview of U.S. export control laws and compliance factors, in addition to reviewing the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, additional information regarding dual-use controls, encryption regulations, export licensing and other important information is available at the Bureau of Industry & Security website: http://www.bis.doc.gov.

Forms

If you are an end-user of Fortinet product, and Fortinet's Global Trade Compliance Department has requested you complete forms required to process your order, please click on the required forms below:

Contacts

Department E-Mail: tradecompliance@fortinet.com
Urgent export compliance issues: exportalert@fortinet.com

CALL NOW! 1-866-868-3678

Quick Facts

Year Founded

2000

Stock Symbol

NASDAQ: FTNT

Fortinet IPO: Nov 2009

Headquarters

Sunnyvale, California

Number of Employees

2,400+

Financial Highlights

FY2013 Revenue: $615M

$888M+ cash and no debt

Q1-2014 Revenue: $169M

Profitable

First Product Release

May 2002

Units Shipped to Date

1.5 million+

Customers

190,000+ customers

Market Leadership

3rd Largest Network Security Appliance Vendor

Patents

150+ patents issued

120+ patents pending

Industry Accolades

200+ awards, including:

Security Product of the Year

Best Integrated Security Appliance

Best UTM

Best IPS solution

Top Mid-market Solution

2006 Technology Pioneer

5 ICSA security certifications

NSS recommended (FW, NGFW, IPS, ATP)

ISO 9001 certified

Corporate and Securities Counsel

Fenwick & West LLP

Mountain View, California

Auditors

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

San Jose, California