Description: FORTIGATE-60E-POE 1YR 360 PROT FMG/FAZ C
Fortinet 360 Protection – Subscription license renewal (1 year) – for P/N: FG-60E-POE, FG-60E-POE-NFR
The growth of technologies such as public and private clouds, software-defined wide-area networks (SD-WAN), and DevOps have resulted in increasingly complex IT networks at almost every organization. At the same time, cybersecurity threats have become more sophisticated and fast-moving. The Fortinet 360 Protection Bundle helps companies of all sizes address these challenges by providing a comprehensive set of security and operational services through a cloud platform. The 360 Protection Bundle addresses three key use cases for network and security teams: (1) cloud-based, single-pane-of-glass management; (2) riskbased analytics, orchestration, and automation; (3) comprehensive FortiCare ASE Support. Organizations leveraging the 360 Protection Bundle have the network and security tools to fully implement Fortinet recommended best practices, regardless of the size of the company or security staff. They also see reduced risk, increased efficiency and productivity, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
Organizations of all sizes are delivering greater business agility, improved performance, increased efficiency, and cost savings through the strategic use of cutting-edge technology. For example, public and private clouds, SD-WAN, and DevOps processes are transforming the marketplace and promoting business growth across many industries.
While their benefits are undeniable, such innovations also bring greatly increased network complexity, which in turn introduces new security issues. An organization’s data, applications, and network traffic are no longer confined to the corporate data center, where a perimeterbased approach could provide protection. Instead, the attack surface has dramatically expanded to the edges of the network. This makes it more difficult to protect against malicious threats.
At the same time, the threat landscape is becoming more complex, with increasingly sophisticated attacks occurring more frequently and moving at machine speed. One example: in the fourth quarter of 2018, FortiGuard Labs detected nearly 34,000 new malware variants – a 128% increase over the first quarter of the same year.
Part of this problem is tied to zero-day attacks, which are becoming more common – 75% of unknown malware detected by FortiSandbox was not found on the VirusTotal tool, which aggregates information from 50 different antivirus vendors. And these attacks affect organizations of all sizes, with small and midsize businesses now comprising 58% of data breach victims.