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225 Points
1 Year
Top 5

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12 months ago
Many people said that depends on your needs, and I agree. Fortinet and many other vendors are more than a set of level 2 or level 3 rules. They also have IPS, Antivirus, SSL Inspection, stateful inspection. If I have to choose between Fortinet and pfSense for my company, I…
About 1 year ago
I believe the main issue is a bad project.  You have to understand your infrastructure and have in mind that sometimes, just one firewall isn't enough: north-south security, east-west security. Wich feature you will enable on what rule.  Gartner is a good way to choose…
Over 1 year ago
@Luis Apodaca  If the customer has servers at Azure and can be accessed by the internet, he needs a firewall there, VM environment. I always recommend an appliance, except when the service is in the cloud 
Over 1 year ago
Fortigate is compatible with Azure, you can buy it on Marketplace including the license or BYOL mode. Not only Azure but also AWS, Oracle, ...
Over 1 year ago
Rashid, consider Fortigate100F, instead of 100E, or, 80F. See this link:•https://markets.businessinside... ICSA Labs is an independent company that compares products, look at its website and you will have the best answer: this helps
Over 1 year ago
Palo Alto, Fortinet, and Checkpoint are the best NGFW. You can choose one of them. The Fortinet advantage is the Security Fabric. Many other Fortinet's products (switches, AP, EDS, XDR, DDoS, FortiClient, etc) are integrated and a Fortigate can communicate with another…
Over 1 year ago
I agree with Michael Zhang, Fortigate uses FortiSandbox when there is suspicion. FortiDDoS also is based on AI, I don't know if the DDoS Fortigate's license is based on AI 
Over 1 year ago
Contributed a review of Fortinet FortiGate-VM: Stable and scalable; great web filtering