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Fortinet to deliver security to AWS customers

Cloud provider is joining the Fortinet Fabric-Ready Partner Program

Fortinet to deliver security to AWS customers
Enabling visibility and centralised control is crucial to protect enterprise applications as they move across multi-cloud networks, Maddison said.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers can now avail additional security solutions after the cloud vendor announced its joining the Fortinet Fabric-Ready Partner Program.

AWS has now been validated within the Fortinet Security Fabric, allowing AWS customers to benefit from a single security management console, with consistent updates and licensing models across all their cloud security applications.

John Maddison, senior vice president of products and solutions at Fortinet said enabling visibility and centralised control is crucial to protect enterprise applications as they move across multi-cloud networks, from hybrid architecture to cloud environments. “With AWS joining the Fortinet Fabric-Ready Partner Program, we are building on our existing relationship to enable cloud security that arms our joint customers with integrated, flexible and secure access to the cloud.”

Fortinet’s cloud applications portfolio on AWS Marketplace complements AWS services with advanced security management, intelligence correlation, compliance guidance and reporting. Today, Fortinet solutions that integrate with AWS include endpoint, network, web and email security, as well as cloud sandboxing, SIEM and log analytics.

As part of the Fabric-Ready Partner Program, AWS and Fortinet will integrate their security services within the Fortinet Security Fabric.

Fortinet also announced today an extension of its cloud security applications portfolio in AWS to include FortiSandbox and FortiSIEM on the AWS Marketplace.

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