Why do I need Secure Access?
Digital transformation is the indispensable trend that businesses need to implement in the industrial revolution 4.0 to improve their business capabilities in applying technologies to operating business systems.
In other words, digital transformation will lead to a lot of devices participating in the network. Attaching wireless devices is becoming the standard for enterprise networks in terms of their convenience. However, the huge increase in the number of devices and the ever-evolving technology will not guarantee the security of the old and new devices, and it could be a vulnerability for hackers to attack.
IT administrators are having a big problem with how to manage access to corporate devices, to manage customer access, to employee handhelds or to control devices. in the system. Make sure they operate efficiently while ensuring the safety of the user. The human resources problem to solve the problem is extremely expensive, and when the problem occurs, it is not possible to respond in time to respond.
Secure Access Solution Criteria
The solution given to solve the above problem for enterprises must satisfy the following requirements:
- Security: Control data access in wireless and wired network environment
- Display: Able to display the connections in the network
- Performance: Accessing applications requires a high-speed connection.
- Control: The ability to control, limit access, integrate with other brands
- Automated Response: The ability to respond automatically to threat threats
- Components of the Secure Access Fortinet solution suite
The current solution sets approach a discrete model, each vendor will meet a certain requirement, so it will take a lot of manpower to manage and operate, many administration interfaces, it is difficult to synchronize the regulation policy. security model heterogeneous.
To solve the above problems, Fortinet offers a set of Seccure Access solutions (Protecting network access). Building on Fortinet’s Security Fabric architecture that will combine multiple components to create a complete solution suite to protect the enterprise device access layer, including
- FortiGate – New generation firewall to protect the system with a specialized processor integrated with many features such as: SD-WAN, Traffic Shaping, VPN, Application Control, IPS, Antivirus, Web Filtering, Sandboxing, SSL Inspection, Wifi Controller, Switch Controller.
- FortiAP – The device provides wireless connectivity centrally managed through the new generation FortiGate firewall with FortiLink protocol. This allows FortiOS from FortiGate to integrate
- FortiAP with access as an extension of the next generation Firewall.
- FortiSwitch – The device provides a wired connection, supports centralized management over FortiGate using the FortiLink protocol.This allows FortiOS from FortiGate to integrate
- FortiSwitch with access as an extension of the next generation Firewall .
- FortiNAC – Solution Network Access Control (Network Access Control), Enhances the visibility of devices connected in the network, Ability to control routers, switches, APs of other vendors, providing feedback Automatic recovery of threats on the system.
- FortiAuthenticator – User identity management solution combining FortiToken, enhancing security for users when connected to the network, controlling access to the right person and at the right time.
- Management Module (FortiManager + FortiAnalyzer) – Manage configuration and log of Fortinet devices, provide analysis, evaluation, and feedback for its network devices.
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