Protecting your client’s digital assets in the public cloud

April 24, 2017 Off By Hoofer

Grazed from ChannelLife. Author: Editorial Staff.

Regardless of which particular model of cloud computing your clients adopt – Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Revera’s Vault (or any other NZ-based cloud solution) or their own virtualised environment – they still need protection. Typically the cloud provider manages the security of the cloud and the client is responsible for security in the cloud.

Fortinet’s purpose-built public cloud FortiGate firewalls are designed to run inside public cloud-based data centres to provide extra layers of protection including internal segmentation, intrusion prevention, application control, WAN optimisation, data loss prevention, anti-virus, antispam, anti-spyware and VPN (IPsec and SSL)…

More importantly, your clients can manage their Fortinet cloud-based security environment from their own familiar Fortinet ‘single pane of glass’ dashboard which allows them to automate many security operations, reduce manual intervention and monitor traffic and activity at the granular level… even in the cloud…

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