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The Fortinet Advantage: Fast, Secure, and Global 

  • The industry’s fastest, most secure and most comprehensive cybersecurity platform
  • End-to-end coverage from client to edge to core to data center to cloud
  • Simpler to deploy, easier to manage, better user experience, and more secure

Fortinet is a worldwide provider of network security appliances and a market leader in Network Security (FW/NGFW/UTM). Fortinet products and subscription services provide broad, integrated and high-performance protection against dynamic security threats while simplifying the IT security infrastructure.

The FortiGate physical and virtual appliance products provide a broad array of security and networking functions, including: firewall, VPN, antivirus, application control, intrusion prevention, Web filtering, anti-malware, data leakage prevention, advanced threat protection, wireless controller, and WAN acceleration. FortiGuard security subscription services provide customers with access to dynamic updates to the services listed above based on intelligence gathered by a dedicated FortiGuard Labs team of 250+ threat researchers. By combining multiple proprietary security and networking functions with purpose-built FortiASIC and FortiOS, the FortiGate Network Security Platform delivers broad protection against dynamic security threats while reducing the operational burden and costs associated with managing multiple point products.

Product List: FortiADC Application Delivery Controller, FortiAnalyzer Log Analysis, FortiAP Secure Wireless, FortiAuthenticator Authentication, FortiCamera IP Video Security, FortiClient Endpoint Security, FortiCloud Cloud Logging and Provisioning, FortiDB Database Security, FortiDDoS DDoS Protection, FortiExtender Cellular LTE Extension, FortiGate Core Firewall Platform, FortiMail Email Security, FortiManager Centralized Management, FortiSandbox Advanced Threat Protection, FortiToken 2FA Token, FortiVoice IP PBX Phone Systems, FortiWeb Web Application Firewall, FortiWiFi UTM with Wireless Access.

Fortinet Public Sector Field CISO Jim Richberg analyzes the threat landscape for government and how agencies can protect against rising threats.
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Tactics for Sustainability and Ongoing Success
The cyberthreat landscape has changed dramatically in the last 12 months. Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting supply chains and industrial control and IoT systems. They are also focusing on ransomware more than ever before as the value of cryptocurrency explodes. At the same time, state and local government employees are working, communicating and interacting in in ways that are different than ever before – taking advantage of remote applications and connectivity technologies that are new to many governments and are being used on a larger scale than expected.
The large number of security products typically deployed by enterprises has resulted in an unmanageable volume of security information that can actually mask threats, leaving security teams struggling to detect and respond to cyberattacks. As a result, a majority of government organizations are either currently or planning in the next two to three years to consolidate security vendors. Many government organizations are gravitating toward consolidation based on an XDR solution. Gartner defines XDR as “a security incident detection and response platform that automatically collects and correlates data from multiple security products.”1 XDR provides an intelligent and automated way to tie traditionally isolated solutions into a single system.
Learn about Fortinet's Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platform, FortiSOAR.
Governments are figuring out how to ensure the full utilization of their workforce in remote settings.
The ability to securely support a remote workforce is an essential component of any government business continuity and disaster recovery plan.
Many jurisdictions lack sufficient cybersecurity staff, the most effective solution is an integrated network security approach featuring automated capabilities.
What is a Security-as-a-Service model and what drives state governments to it? Also, how SECaaS reduces costs and improves management efficiency.
Be Ready: To remain compliant and secure as education expands into eLearning, mobile and IoT experiences.