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The FortiGate 3000F enhances network security and integration across all IT infrastructure!

Cybersecurity, Information security
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Fortinet announced FortiGate 3000F, the latest Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) supported by NP7 and CP9 for NP7 and CP9 for Fortinet security processing units (SPU) to support organizations in the construction of Mixed-ITs that accelerate digital innovation and the growth of the petroleum business.

 With network integration and built-in security, flexible, automated, and traditionally integrated Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) integration, the FortiGate 3000F enables the largest, securely secure networks that connect seamlessly to secure communications without compromising security performance. The FortiGate 3000F also offers industry-leading performance statistics with Computer Security Rates that can be up to 6x of greater connection per second than competing offers.

Organizations today must balance the pressures of accelerating digital innovation and ensure that critical applications meet specific compliance, performance, control, and strategic business needs. In fact, because of these challenges, “custom and classic applications – about 55% of business plans – are gradually moving towards cloud-based options1.”

 “Hybrid compute will exist in the foreseeable future. The FortiGate 3000F, powered by Fortinet NP7 and CP9 security processing units, continues to move the performance bar forward, but more importantly, it adds a number of modified cybersecurity applications to the standard network firewall. These applications include a central SD-WAN hub, SSL testing, and a zero-network access proxy. We believe it is because of these new processes that Fort Fort has placed # 1 for three consecutive years in the Enterprise Data Center Use Case in the Gartner Critical Capabilities report for Network Firewalls,” said John Maddison, Product EVP, and CMO, Fortinet.

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