Zero-Trust Network Access

Know everyone and everything on your network

CISO's Guide to Effective Zero-Trust Network Access
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The growth of insecure or unknown devices attaching to the network, along with a host of breaches due to stolen credentials, has stretched trust beyond the breaking point. Network administrators must adopt a zero-trust approach to network access. Fortinet Network Access solutions offer the necessary device security to see and control all devices and users across the entire network. With proactive protection, organizations can ensure their networks are secure from the latest threats. 

 

A Zero-trust Network Access Strategy Has 3 Needs

A Zero-trust Network Access Strategy Has 3 Needs

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Zero-Trust Network Access for Comprehensive Visibility and Control

Zero-Trust Network Access for Comprehensive Visibility and Control

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IoT Endpoint and Device Protection

IoT Endpoint and Device Protection

Identify and secure unknown IoT endpoint and devices entering the network. Integrated endpoint visibility, control, and advanced protection ensure organizations are secure.

Visibility

See every device on the network with device identification, profiling, and vulnerability scanning. 

Dynamic Control

Leverage dynamic microsegmentation to control devices on the network. It also supports intent-based segmentation.

Identity and Access Management

Identify users entering the network with high reliability. Secure authentication is key in the implementation of an effective security policy—many of today’s most damaging security breaches have been due to compromised user accounts and passwords. These breaches have been exacerbated by users with inappropriate levels of access.

Authentication Services

Centralized authentication services for the Fortinet Security Fabric including single-sign-on services, certificate management, and guest management.

Multi-factor Authentication

Confirm the identity of users by adding a second factor to the authentication process through physical or mobile application-based tokens.