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NTT West Chooses Fortinet Secure SD-WAN and SD-Branch to Deliver Security-Driven Networking Services

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Fortinet Secure SD-WAN and SD-Branch Enable NTT West to Deliver a Flexible, Agile LAN/WAN Management Service Offering SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fortinet® (NASDAQ: FTNT), a global leader in ...
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Speeding IT Visibility into OT: New Integrations with Fortinet

Fortinet and Nozomi Networks achieve another partnership milestone with two new integrations that help eliminate the gap between IT and OT. Now Nozomi Networks Guardian is now comprehensively integrated with FortiGate, FortiNAC, ...
DistribuTECH 2019 RUGGEDCOM Solutions Overview

Nozomi Networks Cyber Security Solution Embedded in RUGGEDCOM

Nozomi Networks is bundling its real-time ICS cyber security and visibility solution on the new RUGGEDCOM RX15xx Multi-Service Platform from Siemens AG. Read on to learn how this industrial networking platform with ...
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Fortinet Launches Secure Branch Initiative

Fortinet today launched an initiative to integrate firewalls and software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs) to make it easier to secure a branch office. The Fortinet SD-Branch portfolio consists of the company’s firewall ...
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Fortinet Weaves Stronger Cybersecurity Fabric

At its Accelerate 2019 conference, Fortinet expanded its campaign to unify network and security operations with the release of an update to the operating system on its switches. The update adds more ...
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Fortinet Adds Machine Learning Algorithms to WAF

Fortinet Adds Machine Learning Algorithms to WAF

Fortinet today at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2018 announced it has infused machine learning algorithms and user-behavioral analytics in its web application firewall to identify nearly 100 percent of ...
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PRNG Weakness Reflects Poorly on Government Crypto Certification

Security researchers discovered that the pseudorandom number generator that underpins cryptographic operations in Fortinet appliances and products from other 11 other vendors rendered encrypted traffic vulnerable to snooping for years. The affected ...