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Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW)

Overview

FortiGate NGFWs deliver industry-leading enterprise security for any edge at any scale with full visibility and threat protection. Organizations can weave security deep into the hybrid IT architecture and build security-driven networks to achieve:

  • Ultra-fast security, end to end
  • Consistent real-time defense with FortiGuard Services
  • Excellent user experience with security processing units
  • Operational efficiency and automated workflows

What’s new in FortiOS 7.2

Packed with new features and enhancements, FortiOS 7.2 delivers a powerful combination of AI-driven actionable intelligence, SOC and NOC process automation, and inline prevention for evasive and previously unknown threats.

New in FortiOS 7.2 for FortiGate NGFW:

  • HTTP/3 support: Inspection into HTTP/3 and QUIC delivers better visibility, superior protection and support for emerging standards
  • Unified policy: Unified firewall policy configuration means all policies are unified in a single place, including ZTNA.
  • SaaS application segmentation: This allows inline CASB protection for SaaS applications.

Fortinet Network Firewalls protect any edge at any scale with Security-Driven Networking.

Our Security-Driven Networking approach accelerates the convergence of networking and security to protect any edge, including the enterprise data center, WAN, and cloud edges—all from a single network firewall platform. Download the Fortinet Data Center Firewall Solution data sheet

Overview

Communications service providers (CSPs) face a difficult challenge in securing their networks. Telecom networks are globally distributed and diverse, encompassing on-premises data centers, public and private cloud deployments, and brick-and-mortar retail locations. These locations often include guest wireless networks and Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices connected to the enterprise wide-area network (WAN).                                 

For a CSP, cybersecurity is of paramount concern. All customer traffic passes through the organization’s data centers, making them a prime target for attack. Point-of-sale (POS) systems in their brick-and-mortar retail locations are also commonly targeted by cyber criminals. CSPs must not only protect the sensitive data entrusted to them in accordance with applicable standards, such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and the upcoming PCI Software Security Framework (SSF), but also protect against attacks designed to degrade the services that they provide to their customers. Accomplishing this requires centralized visibility and comprehensive security protection that does not negatively impact network performance and customer experience.


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