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Digital transformation has changed networks so thoroughly and so rapidly that traditional security tools can no longer provide the consistent security that networks require. Fortinet’s Security-driven Networking is defining a new, third generation of security solutions and strategies designed to meet the security and networking demands of today’s highly dynamic and hybrid networks.
Traditionally, security solutions could be easily deployed after a network was designed and deployed because all needed to do was secure fixed perimeters and monitor the predictable traffic and workflows moving between static network servers and devices. But the last decade has put increasing pressure on this model.
The traditional network is being replaced by the acceleration of digital transformation, including the transition to virtualization and the cloud, the rapid adoption and integration of IoT, and the reliance on applications as a central pillar of modern business. And as Big Data, hyperscale architectures, SD-WAN, 5G, Edge networking, and smart systems such as cars, cities, and infrastructures become mainstream, networks will be forced to change even further.
Security-driven Networks are Designed for Today’s Digital Business
Fortinet’s Security-driven Networking strategy tightly integrates an organization’s network infrastructure and security architecture, enabling the network to scale and change without compromising security. This next generation approach is essential for effectively defending today’s highly dynamic environments – not only by providing consistent enforcement across today’s highly flexible perimeters, but by also weaving security deep into the network itself.
Fortinet’s Security-driven Network is the first security strategy designed to encompass the entire network development and deployment life cycle, ensuring that security functions as the central consideration for all business-driven infrastructure decisions. With security at the core, networks can evolve, expand, and adapt without concerns that an expanded attack surface or security gap could compromise the organization.
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