Advanced security functionality needs to not only be part of your original SD-WAN conversation rather than an afterthought, but it must also be as thoroughly and natively integrated as possible to better detect and prevent today’s advanced threats.
As part of our ongoing commitment to the independent and fact-based testing and evaluation of FortiGate solutions, Fortinet participated in the 2018 DCSG and DCIPS group tests with FortiGate 6300F and FortiGate 3200D, both earning an NSS Labs “Recommended” rating for DCSG and DCIPS.
In today’s complex ecosystem of hyperconnected digital networks, NOC-only or SOC-only techniques are insufficient.
Every moment of every day an IPS system works to detect malicious content in network traffic to prevent attacks and exploits for organizations of all sizes. But as the digital infrastructure changes the traditional IPS market is being forced to evolve.
Regardless of the industry, vertical, or market segment they compete in, your customers’ network architectures are becoming more distributed and complex. Where networks were once largely built around isolated data centers, they now connect with the cloud, applications, and various IoT devices. This trend promises to continue moving forward, with the number of connected devices in use expected to grow to 125 billion by 2030.
Endpoint security is the responsibility of far more than the endpoint or desktop IT team. In fact, it is required to be understood and leveraged by anyone who is responsible for the organization’s network security. These groups need better visibility, compliance, controls and response across the entire distributed network, including on and off network endpoints. More than simply protecting individual devices, a true endpoint security solution continually assesses and ensures the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of enterprise data, network resources, and information systems.