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Certified Security for Government Networks

FortiGate® next generation security devices and virtual appliances are purpose-built to provide essential security services for your network. They enable rapid deployment of essential security technologies, and the flexibility to scale with your growing public sector network. Multiple certifications, including Federal NIST, ensure compliance with government standards such as Federal NIAP Certification Support and Common Criteria EAL4+. The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) certified FortiGate appliances for IPv6 support, and are listed on the DoD’s Unified Capabilities Approved Products List (UC APL).

Flexible Deployment

With Fortinet, you can apply layered, comprehensive defense-in-depth security policies to all data, in both network and host-based Insider Threat Prevention System (ITPS) deployments. In addition, extensive virtual domain (VDOM) and security zone capabilities enable distinct Community of Interest Protection (COIP) zones. Whether network or host-based, the physical and virtual separation of both trusted and non-trusted enclaves is supported across broad, multi-agency network architectures.

Single Pane of Glass Management

FortiManager™ and FortiAnalyzer™ appliances enable global deployment of security polices with extensive centralized management and analysis capabilities. This allows you to simplify Operations Theater Management tasks including; automated personnel security privilege updates, dynamically-mapped security associations, content security logging, and reporting and management with change analysis for Network Centric Warfare models. In addition, FortiManager provides real-world capabilities to dynamically map INFOCON defense posture information to THREATCON physical posture information in a pre-defined Emergency Policy Management response.

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Testimonials


As a small focused team working on a variety of high profile projects, our main priorities are the quality of our work and the service we provide. IT has never been top of the agenda; the construction industry as a whole continues to use traditional processes and still communicates via fax and post in many instances. However, as more of our partners are working electronically, our IT has become business critical, and the need to secure our IT assets was something we knew we had to address, but without our IT expenditure going through the roof.

Martin Brazier
Technical Director
MMP