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Zero-Trust Network Access

Simple, automatic secure remote access that verifies who and what is on your network and secures application access no matter where users are located

Increase Security with a Zero-Trust Access Approach

As users continue to work from anywhere and IoT devices flood networks and operational environments, continuous verification of all users and devices as they access corporate applications and data is needed. 

To protect networks and applications, network administrators must apply a zero-trust access approach and provide least access privileges.  Implementing zero-trust access includes requiring strong authentication capabilities, powerful network access control technologies, and pervasive application access controls. 

IoT Endpoint and Device Protection

Identify and secure unknown IoT endpoint and devices entering the network. Integrated endpoint visibility, control, and advanced protection ensure organizations are secure.

Visibility

See every device on the network with device identification, profiling, and vulnerability scanning.

Dynamic Control

Leverage dynamic microsegmentation to control devices on the network. It also supports intent-based segmentation.

Identity and Access Management

Identify users entering the network with high reliability. Secure authentication is key in the implementation of an effective security policy—many of today’s most damaging security breaches have been due to compromised user accounts and passwords. These breaches have been exacerbated by users with inappropriate levels of access.

Authentication Services

Centralized authentication services for the Fortinet Security Fabric including single-sign-on services, certificate management, and guest management.

Multi-factor Authentication

Confirm the identity of users by adding a second factor to the authentication process through physical or mobile application-based tokens.

Remote Access and Application Access

Applying the zero-trust model to application access makes it possible for organizations to move away from the use of a traditional virtual private network (VPN) tunnel that provides unrestricted access to the network. Zero-trust network access (ZTNA) connections grant access on a per-session basis to individual applications only after devices and users are verified. This ZTNA policy is also applied when users are on the network, which provides the same zero-trust approach no matter where a user is connecting.

Application Access

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Zero trust network access (ZTNA) is an element of zero trust access that focuses on controlling access to applications. ZTNA extends the principles of zero trust access (ZTA) to verify users and devices before every application session. This confirms that they meet the organization’s policy to access that application

Network Access

Identity & Access Management
Today’s enterprise identity environments are made up of various systems of record ranging from networking devices, servers, directory services, and cloud applications. Managing an identity that resides in these various systems can quickly grow into such a large administrative challenge that it negatively affects users, administrators, and application developers.

Additionally, many of today’s most damaging security breaches have been due to compromised user accounts and passwords exacerbated by users being provided with inappropriate levels of access. Securely and effectively managing identity authentication and authorization for all systems and applications is crucial to minimize security breaches.
Network Access Control (NAC)
Network access control, or NAC, is a zero-trust network access solution that provides users with enhanced visibility into the Internet of Things (IoT) devices on their corporate networks.

This technology has been around for nearly two decades, but a new generation of its solutions is helping organizations keep up with today’s ever-expanding attack surface, delivering not only visibility of the network environment, but also enforcement and dynamic policy control. Whether devices are connecting from inside or outside the network, it can automatically respond to compromised devices or anomalous activity.

Modern solutions also provide a clear view into network assets to support regulatory certifications and security best practices that require organizations to establish and maintain an accurate inventory of all connected devices—even in virtual environments where assets are constantly connecting and disconnecting from the network. The monitoring and response capabilities are especially critical since many devices open users to additional risk via compromised, poorly written and un-patchable software, unadvertised back doors hardwired into firmware, and other factors.

NAC is an important part of a Zero Trust Network Access model for security, in which trust is no longer implicit for users, applications, or devices attempting to access the network, and for which IT teams can easily know who and what are accessing the network, as well as how to protect corporate assets both on and off the network.

Endpoint Visibility & Control

Fabric Agent

Zero trust network access (ZTNA) is an element of zero trust access that focuses on controlling access to applications. ZTNA extends the principles of zero trust access (ZTA) to verify users and devices before every application session. This confirms that they meet the organization’s policy to access that application

Business Communications

Phones & Voice
Digital innovation is rapidly changing the way employees communicate. As IT infrastructure evolves, teams are finding that legacy voice and phone systems are not only difficult to maintain, but often operate in silos, which increases business inefficiencies. Further, these systems often do not keep up with shifting employee needs.

One recent report shows that 73% of companies will have distributed teams by 2028—driving the need for integrated, secure communications systems that span mobile devices. Fortinet Unified Communications provides solutions that meet the need of every business with: FortiVoice IP communications, FortiFone conferencing and desk phones, and FortiCall calling plans.
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