Fortinet’s NSE Xperts Academy offers our certified partners a hands-on security experience, giving them the resources needed to provide consistent value to their customers using Fortinet products.
Fortinet’s Security Fabric cloud solutions are available to AWS enterprise, service provider, and public sector customers, providing comprehensive security, threat intelligence, and visibility to detect, isolate, and respond to threats in real time.
Fortinet recently talked with Gary Southwell, Managing Director, about CSPi’s security priorities and the tools they produce to keep customers’ information secure through automated breach identification and notification, consequently avoiding loss of reputation and incurring compliance fines.
Fortinet is excited to announce the integration of the Fortinet Security Fabric with Amazon GuardDuty to automate remediation and threat intelligence in Amazon Web Services. This integration accelerates time-to-protection in the cloud by using dynamic FortiGate firewall rules to block new detected threats.
CSPs are well-positioned to benefit from the continuing growth of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and related systems—but only as long as the infrastructure can support some IoT-specific challenges, including of course security.
Fortinet’s charter with CSPs is to interpret market trends, address key issues, and help drive carrier businesses forward. By improving your competitive positioning, we help everyone make money. This happens through coordination with local teams, unifying efforts across countries and regions, and developing ecosystem of partners. We engage with CSPs in three main capacities.
Because digital technologies are widely available to everyone, this flattens the competitive advantage. How an enterprise and a CSP manages their DX implementation becomes the defining factor of a successful transformation. There are three factors to emphasize with your customers.
When you review the different recommendations around SD-WAN requirements from analysts and other technology experts, security is often missing from the bill of requirements. Even though SD-WAN communications are encrypted and can support VPN services, that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to protecting critical data moving between different network devices, domains, and ecosystems. Without robust security integrated into SD-WAN services, customers who buy SD-WAN are also buying a mystery grab bag of unknown vulnerabilities. This is clearly unacceptable given today’s threat and business risk environments.