Fortinet to unveil new wireless hardware at GITEX

FortiAP-320B, FortiAP-223B, FortiAP-112B and the FortiAP-11C will be on display at the technology show

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Fortinet to unveil new wireless hardware at GITEX Fortinet will be introducing new wireless access points along with new two-factor authentication products at the GITEX Technology Week 2012.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  October 8, 2012

High performance network security experts Fortinet will be introducing new wireless access points along with new two-factor authentication products at the GITEX Technology Week 2012  taking place from October 14 to 18, 2012 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC).

Fortinet will be introducing four new additions to its wireless access point product family with the release of the FortiAP-320B, FortiAP-223B, FortiAP-112B and the FortiAP-11C. The new FortiAP models are designed to provide customers looking to integrate secure wireless access with their network security with faster connections, simplified deployment, centralised "single pane of glass" management and reduced total-cost-of ownership. The devices are designed to work with the wireless controller functionality embedded in every FortiGate network security device.

Fortinet will also be introducing strong two-factor authentication clients: the FortiToken-200CD, FortiToken-Mobile and FortiToken-300, providing businesses with the flexibility to choose which token solutions best fit their environment from a security and ease-of-use standpoint. The new tokens work in conjunction with both FortiGate and FortiAuthenticator platforms. FortiAuthenticator supports FortiToken across an enterprise by enabling authentication with multiple FortiGate appliances and third party devices.

1873 days ago
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It's nice to see another company giving users the option of security and user experience by implementing 2FA which allows us to telesign into our accounts. I know some will claim this make things more complicated, but the slight inconvenience each time you log in is worth the confidence of knowing your info is secure. I'm hoping that more companies start to offer this awesome functionality. This should be a prerequisite to any system that wants to promote itself as being secure.

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