To keep up with the volume, sophistication, and speed of today’s cyber threats, you need AI-driven security operations that can function at machine speed. Our Security Operations portfolio provides advanced threat detection and response capabilities, centralized security monitoring, and automation across the entire Fortinet Security Fabric.
Fortinet utilizes many types of artificial intelligence in various locations for faster and stronger defense. Threat intelligence from FortiGuard Labs, inline security controls deployed throughout the organization, and centralized advanced threat detection and response in the SOC combine to deliver comprehensive protection from even the newest threats.
In addition to covering the breadth of the attack surface, AI-driven Security Operations inspects along the whole cyber kill chain. From earliest stage reconnaissance and weaponization, all the way through to the cybercriminal’s ultimate action on objectives. In this manner, organizations use the sophistication of multi-stage cyber-campaigns against their operators, gaining multiple opportunities to identify the attack in progress before harm is done.
Digital innovation (including WFA, cloud, and supply chain)- has expanded the attack surface and cyber exposure
Increasingly sophisticated multi-stage campaigns mimicking legitimate activities often evade security
Large number of security products & consoles, slow identification and response, exacerbated by the cyber skills shortage
"The #1 reason organizations believe security operations are more difficult than they were two years ago is that the threat landscape is evolving and changing rapidly."
ESG SOC Modernization and the Role of XDR, ESG, October 2022
"Rapid response of only minutes at best is required…This forces organizations to reduce the time to respond, typically by delegating more tasks to machines."
Gartner Market Guide for Security Orchestration, Automation and Response Solutions, June 2019
"Cybersecurity product consolidation is transforming security buying. 75% of organizations are currently pursuing a security vendor consolidation — only 29% did so in 2020."
Gartner How SASE, XDR and Security Vendor Consolidation Are Shaping Your Security Strategy, June 2022
faster mean time to detect
lower average breach cost
faster mean time to contain
with distributed security controls across network, endpoint, application and cloud covers the expanded digital attack surface
applied across the cyber kill chain detects components and activity designed to bypass traditional security and hide among legitimate operations
speed a comprehensive, coordinated response and ease the burden on in-house security teams
Security Fabric analytics and automation
Security information and event management (SIEM) with user and entity behavior analytics
Security orchestration, automation, and response
Automated protection from zero-day attacks across various threat vectors
Endpoint security combining attack surface reduction and NGAV with endpoint detection and response
Identifies cybersecurity incidents in progress, based on anomalous network activity
Deception-based breach protection that deceives, exposes, and eliminates external/internal threats
Breach attack simulation to validate security posture and areas for improvement
Understand your cybersecurity risk posture with Assess, Prepare, Augment & Respond Services
Managed 24x7x365 Security Fabric Monitoring
24/7 threat detection and analysis, threat hunting, containment, remediation, and more
Teaches employees to recognize and report on potential security threats
Fortinet AI-Driven Security Operations solutions speed security operations with artificial intelligence to reduce risk and improve efficiency.
Fortinet provides a range of behavior-based detection and response capabilities that include and go beyond the endpoint. Sandbox analysis, network detection and response, deception, user and entity behavior analytics, and more, work as integrated extensions of inline security controls to thwart cyberattacks.