Five new MSSPs go for Fortinet Secure SD-WAN

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Fortinet has announced five new service providers – Etihad Atheeb Telecom Company “GO,” Microland, Radius Telecoms, Spectrotel, and TIME dotCom – have added Fortinet Secure SD-WAN to their managed service portfolios.

Fortinet’s industry-leading Secure SD-WAN solution and integration with the Fortinet Security Fabric supports MSSPs in delivering a simplified network architecture with accelerated security, all powered by one operating system to achieve operational efficiencies everywhere from the datacenter to multi-cloud environments to SaaS locations.

“Fortinet has been a leader in SD-WAN ever since we became the first vendor to blend advanced security and connectivity into a unified solution. Our security-driven networking approach to SD-WAN securely interconnects all offices to every datacenter, multi-cloud, and SaaS environment and serves as the foundation of a Zero Trust Edge architecture. We’re pleased to support our global MSSP partners in meeting their customers’ most pressing needs, including enabling work-from-anywhere and accelerating digital innovation.” says John Maddison, EVP of Products and CMO at Fortinet.

MSSPs Applying Security-Driven Networking to Every Edge
Digital acceleration has driven organizations to adopt and implement a wide range of new technologies and practices to improve business agility and employee productivity. Coupled with today’s Work-from-Anywhere world, where users move between on-premises locations, interconnected branch locations, home offices, and temporary locations during travel, the enterprise attack surface is growing at an exponential pace and threat exposure is at an all-time high.

MSSPs are continuing to choose Fortinet Secure SD-WAN and the Fortinet Security Fabric to help their customers apply Security-Driven Networking – the convergence of networking and security – to every edge and establish highly dynamic networks without compromising the protection of critical data. By weaving zero trust principles into all edges – a strategy known as “Zero Trust Edge” – Fortinet helps ensure that Security-Driven Networking is applied everywhere a user is located.

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