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NSS Labs endorses Fortinet’s new Sandbox Solution

The FortiSandbox 2000E Excels in the Latest Breach Detection System Test, Earning Fortinet’s Fourth-Consecutive Recommended Rating

Fortinet announced the results of the latest NSS Labs Breach Detection System (BDS) group test. Fortinet’s newly introduced FortiSandbox 2000E was put to the test to validate its performance when deployed in anenterprise environment, earning NSS Labs coveted ‘Recommended’ rating.

Rajesh Maurya, Regional Vice President, India & SAARC at Fortinet said, “Cybercriminals are evolving new attack strategies at an alarming rate and creating a situation in which the time from breach to full compromise occurs in minutes. This has made it a high priority for security teams to adopt solutions for advanced detection and rapid mitigation. We’re honored to receive this latest NSS Labs Recommendation for FortiSandbox which maintains our four-year record of consistently delivering proven sandbox solutions to protect our customers. Fortinet is a strong believer in independent testing and validation that provides our customers with the critical information they need to make data-driven, validated purchase decisions.”

Recent and rapid outbreaks of malware like WannaCry, necessitate that every organization have a sandbox deployed as an automated analysis tool and threat intelligence hub capable of detecting advanced threats and zero-day exploits before they can impact enterprise networks.

Fortinet’s new FortiSandbox 2000E appliance delivers high performance protection against advanced threats for mid-sized to large enterprises and service providers, with flexible deployment options covering the network edge, the data center core and even internal segments. The leading security efficacy and high throughput earned the FortiSandbox 2000E a fourth consecutive ‘Recommended’ rating from NSS Labs that reinforces Fortinet’s technical innovation and philosophy of supporting independent third-party testing and validation.

To effectively defend against the rapidly evolving threat landscape, today’s sandbox solutions need to operate as part of a larger security fabric that allows native sharing of threat intelligence generated by the sandbox across a wide range of security products, including next-generation firewalls (NGFW), intrusion prevention systems (IPS), secure mail gateways, web application firewalls (WAF), and endpoint security solutions. The open nature of Fortinet’s Security Fabric also extends this intercommunication to third-party technology partners and their solutions through the Fabric Ready Partner Program.

As part of the Fortinet Security Fabric, FortiSandbox is natively integrated with Fortinet security solutions across an enterprise’s entire attack surface, automatically sharing threat intelligence across NSS Labs Recommended FortiGate NGFWs, Fortinet IPS, FortiWAF and FortiClient solutions. This level of integration makes FortiSandbox an organization’s central hub of threat intelligence to automate defenses across the entire enterprise architecture.

Vikram Phatak, chief executive officer of NSS Labs  said, “NSS Labs test reports provide enterprises with the information they need to make informed decisions. Fortinet has been a regular participant in our various testing programs and has demonstrated consistently exceptional performance over the years with the solutions that make up their Security Fabric.”

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