Fortinet’s NGFW has earned its sixth consecutive “Recommended” rating from NSS Labs. Learn more about these testing results.
Learn more about why Fortinet received its second consecutive "recommended" rating from NSS Labs for its FortiGate Secure SD-WAN solution.
Across industry after industry, Internet of Things (IoT) devices are transforming operations, and communication service providers (CSPs) are helping companies deploy and utilize these technologies. That raises new security concerns for service providers.
Fortinet is proud to have been one of the first security solutions offered on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Having these solutions as “click to launch” services, in addition to being part of the initial launch of this new service from Oracle, cements our relationship even further.
Bringing two global industry leaders together to provide enterprise-class capabilities across cloud, network, and endpoint security is a remarkable event and reflects a deep commitment to the security of our mutual customers.
In addition to having again been recognized by Gartner as an Enterprise Firewall MQ leader, we believe Fortinet is also the most certified security vendor in the industry.
While NGFW solutions continue to be the linchpin security technology for the network, in today’s cloud and SSL-centric business environments not all NGFW solutions are created equal.
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.
Organizations today are not only aggressively moving many of their workloads to the cloud, but many of them are doing so using a multi-cloud model. They leverage one provider for specific functionality and another for location or for cost. At the same time, critical data is being distributed and processed across a variety of additional cloud-based applications and services. Nearly all of them have some sort of a private cloud as well, with nearly half using multiple hypervisors to manage those environments.