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Fortinet – FortiGate Firewalls & Security Products

Fortinet – FortiGate Firewalls & Security Products

Fortinet – FortiGate Firewalls & Security Products

Fortinet – FortiGate Firewalls & Security Products

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Fortinet Security Fabric solution components

Fortinet Security Fabric solution components

Fortinet Consolidated Security Platform delivers unmatched performance and protection while simplifying your network. Fortinet’s Network Security Appliances offer models to satisfy any deployment requirement from the FortiGate-20 series for Small Offices to the FortiGate-5000 series for very Large Enterprises, Service Providers and Carriers. FortiGate platforms integrate the FortiOS operating system with FortiASIC processors and the latest-generation CPUs to provide comprehensive.

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IT Monteur understands the increasing threats faced by the SME community, and can offer the right solutions tailored to your company’s needs.

Small office technology needs are increasing

To support employee mobility, many small offices are adding wireless and enabling BYOD – technologies that have traditionally been confined to larger enterprises. These new technologies add new data security and compliance requirements.

Small businesses are a target

Small businesses have historically lacked security capabilities often found at larger enterprises, primarily due to cost and complexity. For this reason, data breaches are increasingly hitting smaller organisations, either for their data or access to the larger businesses they may serve.

According to the Verizon Data Breach Incident Report, data breaches were more common in small than large organisations (25% vs 20%, with 50% from size unknown).

Why choose Fortinet?

Fortinet’s commitment to quantified, independent third party validation of security effectiveness is unmatched in the industry. Security technologies deployed from network edge to individual endpoints have all earned top marks in real-world testing by NSS Labs, Virus Bulletin, AV Comparatives and more.

Single vendor, comprehensive portfolio

Fortinet is the only UTM vendor able to offer the broad range of security and networking capabilities to dramatically simplify IT infrastructure and security.

Because all products are built in-house they will integrate more tightly and reduce your administration. Your life becomes even easier by working with a single vendor, single procurement process, single administrative experience across products, single support group and single volume licensing program.

FortiGate unified threat management

  • Get up and running in 20 minutes or less with Plug and Play install.
  • Stop attacks before they enter the network.
  • Quickly resolve issues with one-click drill down and actions.
  • Select from the widest variety of performance, port, Wi-Fi and PoE combinations
  • Manage all networking and security from a single console.

FortiAP secure wireless access points

  • Expand wireless coverage with dedicated indoor, outdoor and remote access points
  • Extend security to the very edge with integrated security of Smart APs
  • Simplify remote telework with wireless APs that include wired ports
  • Optimise traffic flow with application prioritisation and other features.

FortiSwitch secure access switches

  • Expand network connectivity and/or physical segmentation with Layer 2 and 3 switching
  • Manage from the established FortiGate console
  • Choose among a wide range of port speeds (1G and 10G), density (8, 24, 32, 48 or 64* ports) and PoE/PoE+ combinations.

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The Security Fabric solution components

The Fortinet Security Fabric consists of various components that work together to form the Security Fabric that secures your organization’s network. The following diagram shows an example Security Fabric that contains both required and recommended Fortinet products:

Devices in the Security Fabric

The Security Fabric implementation consists of required, recommended, and optional devices.

Required devices

The following table shows devices that are required in the Fortinet Security Fabric:

Device Description

FortiGate is a next-generation firewall (NGFW) that provides enterprise-class protection against network, content, and application-level threats.

FortiGates are the core of the Security Fabric and can have one of the following roles in the Security Fabric:

  • Root FortiGate: The root FortiGate is the main component in the Security Fabric. It is typically located on the edge of the network and connects the internal devices and networks to the Internet through your ISP. From the root FortiGate, you can see information about the entire Security Fabric from the Physical and Logical Topology pages in the Security Fabric menu.
  • Internal Segmentation Firewall (ISFW): After a root FortiGate is installed, all other FortiGates in the Security Fabric act as ISFWs. An ISFW is a firewall that is located at strategic points in your internal network, rather than on the network edge. This allows extra security measures to be taken around key network components, such as servers that contain valuable intellectual property. ISFW FortiGates create network visibility by sending traffic and information about the devices that are connected to them to the root FortiGate.

FortiAnalyzer collects, analyzes, and correlates log data from Fortinet devices throughout your organization’s network, and allows you to view all firewall traffic and generate reports from a single console.

FortiAnalyzer gives you increased visibility into your organization’s network and simplifies network logging by storing and displaying all log information in one place. It provides centralized monitoring and awareness of threats, events, and network activity by collecting and correlating logs from Security Fabric devices, such as FortiGate, FortiClient, FortiSandbox, FortiWeb, and FortiMail. This gives you a deeper and more comprehensive view across your entire Security Fabric. You can use the robust security alert information and real-time threat intelligence that FortiAnalyzer provides to quickly identify and respond to security threats across your organization’s network.

Recommended devices

The following table shows devices that Fortinet recommends you have in the Fortinet Security Fabric:

Device Description

FortiAP is a wireless access point that provides integrated, secure, identity-driven wireless LAN access for your organization’s network.

You can add FortiAPs to extend the Security Fabric to your wireless devices. Devices connected to a FortiAP appear in the Physical and Logical Topology pages in the Security Fabric menu.


FortiClient adds endpoint control to devices that are located in the Security Fabric, allowing only traffic from compliant devices to flow through the FortiGate. This is done through FortiClient profiles.

In the Security Fabric, FortiClient profiles are applied by the first FortiGate that a device’s traffic flows through. This is often an ISFW FortiGate. Device registration and on-net status information for a device that is running FortiClient appears only on the FortiGate that applies the FortiClient profile to the device.

FortiClient EMS

FortiClient Enterprise Management Server (EMS) is a security management solution that provides scalable and centralized management of multiple endpoint devices.

FortiClient EMS is used in the Security Fabric to provide visibility across your network, to securely share information and assign security profiles to endpoints.


FortiMail is a secure email gateway that uses various threat prevention methods, including antispam, antimalware, sandboxing, and anomaly detection.

FortiMail integrates with other Fortinet products, as well as third-party virtual and cloud platforms, to help establish a seamless Security Fabric across the entire attack surface. FortiMail anti-spam processing helps offload other devices in the Security Fabric that would typically carry out this process.


FortiManager is an easy-to-use, single pane of glass management console, that gives you total visibility, full control, and complete protection of your organization’s network.

Using the FortiManager in the Security Fabric allows you to simplify the network management of devices in the Security Fabric by centralizing management access in a single device. This allows you to easily control the deployment of security policies, FortiGuard content security updates, firmware revisions, and individual configurations for devices in the Security Fabric.


FortiSandbox is an advanced threat protection appliance that improves your security architecture by identifying and validating threats in a separate, secure environment.

You can add FortiSandbox to your Security Fabric to improve security with sandbox inspection. Sandbox integration allows FortiGates in the Security Fabric to automatically receive signature updates from FortiSandbox and add the originating URL of any malicious file to a blocked URL list.


FortiSwitch is a secure access switch that can be integrated into the Fortinet Security Fabric through the FortiLink protocol. FortiLink allows FortiSwitch ports to become logical extensions of the FortiGate. This allows the FortiGate to auto-discover a connected FortiSwitch for provisioning, including the attachment of policy to ports or VLANs. With an integrated access layer, the FortiGate provides consolidated visibility and reporting with Physical and Logical Topology views of the Security Fabric in the Security Fabric menu.

You can add a FortiSwitch to the Security Fabric when it is managed by a FortiGate within the Security Fabric, and connected to an interface that uses FortiTelemetry.

Devices connected to the FortiSwitch appear in the Physical and Logical Topology pages in the Security Fabric menu, and security features, such as FortiClient profiles, are applied to them.


FortiWeb is a web application firewall that protects hosted web applications from attacks that target known and unknown exploits.

In the Security Fabric, FortiWeb defends the application attack surface from attacks that target application exploits. You can also configure FortiWeb to apply web application firewall features, virus scanning, and web filtering to HTTP traffic to help offload other devices in the Security Fabric that would typically carry out these processes.

Optional devices

The following table shows devices that are optional in the Fortinet Security Fabric:

Device Description
Other Fortinet products

Many other Fortinet products can be added to the Security Fabric, including FortiAuthenticator, FortiToken, FortiCache, and FortiSIEM.

Third-party products

Security Fabric topology views

You can see the Security Fabric topology in the root FortiGate GUI. Two viewing options are available: the Physical Topology view and the Logical Topology view.

The Physical Topology view displays the physical structure of your network, by showing the devices in the Security Fabric and the connections between them. The Logical Topology view displays the logical structure of your network, by connection, by showing information about logical and physical network interfaces in the Security Fabric and the interfaces that connect devices in the Security Fabric. Only Fortinet devices are shown in the topology views.

For more information about the topology views, see Viewing the Security Fabric topology.

Security Fabric Audit

The Security Fabric Audit provides a method to continually monitor and improve your organization’s Security Fabric configuration. The Security Fabric Audit is a feature on the FortiGate that analyzes your Security Fabric deployment, identifies potential vulnerabilities, and highlights best practices that you can use to improve the overall security and performance of your network. Using the Security Fabric Audit helps you to:

  • Tune your network configuration
  • Deploy new hardware and software
  • Have more visibility into your network
  • Gain more control over your network
  • Adhere to your organization’s compliance requirements

The Security Fabric Audit provides a Security Fabric Score based on how many checks your network passes and fails during the Security Fabric Audit. By checking the Security Fabric Score, and implementing the recommendations, you can have confidence that your network is getting more secure over time.

For more information about running a Security Fabric Audit, see Running a Security Fabric Audit.


FortiTelemetry is a protocol that Fortinet products in the Security Fabric use to communicate with each other. It connects Security Fabric devices and allows dynamic status updates to travel between them. The Security Fabric uses FortiTelemetry to link various security sensors and tools together to collect, coordinate, and respond to malicious behavior anywhere it occurs in your network in real time.

You must enable FortiTelemetry on interfaces that connect Fortinet devices in the Security Fabric.

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