Fortinet announces FortiCare 360 Cloud Security Service

California-based Fortinet Company has announced the availability of FortiCare 360 cloud security service. The service offers automated Security Fabric performance audits and assessments related to security appliance health for corporate IT resources.

FortiCare 360 services help security engineers to proactively and continuously analyze FortiGate and FortiWiFi appliance health to determine possibilities for optimization and to highlight potential issues for speedy resolution.

Thus, companies can streamline their IT security operations and increase efficiency with a scope for strategical perceptiveness and skilled guidance to optimize the network. Eventually, FortiCare 360 helps in reducing the time for resolution.

FortiCare 360 cloud security services are being offered by a 24×7 dedicated support which includes technical as well as rapid hardware replacement in the event of hardware failure.

FortiCare 360’s media briefing says that the company’s support services help users plan, employ and operate their Security Fabric Infrastructure at maximal efficiency. Thus, it proves as best cyber defenses available in the whole world.

Hence, for companies which are going for public and private cloud adoption, FortiCare 360 can prove as a single solution to solve all their cloud security challenges. Also, those interested in virtualization and software-defined networking can also avail the recommendations from Fortinet Security Engineers.

Note- Fortinet was founded in the year 2000 by Ken Xie, who was a former president and CEO of NetScreen. Its product portfolio includes Firewalls, Virtualized security products, Application Security, WLAN and switching and Advanced persistent threat detection. The company has so far bagged 358 patents related to its products.  The company which has more than 4600 employees has over 3,000,000 units shipped till date. Today, FortiNet has many Fortune 500 companies in its 300,0000 customers list and so its Q4 2016 revenue has reached $363 million.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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