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Fortinet vs Tenable Network Security

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Fortinet
Based on 985 reviews.
Tenable Network Security
Based on 100 reviews.
Overview
Fortinet, Inc. is an American multinational corporation founded in 2000 by brothers Ken and Michael Xie. The company sells high performance network security products and services including their flagship integrated network security solution, the FortiGate firewall. Fortinet distributes its systems and subscription-based services using the channel partner sales method via more than 20,000 partners worldwide.
Tenable Network Security is a developer of vulnerability detection systems. Tenable Network Security is an American network security company, co-founded by Ron Gula, Jack Huffard, and Renaud Deraison in 2002.
Sample Customers
FortiMonitor
SONY, GoDaddy, HCL, ING, ARMOR, billboard
Tenable.sc
IBM, Sempra Energy, Microsoft, Apple, Adidas, Union Pacific
Tenable Nessus
Bitbrains, Tesla, Just Eat, Crosskey Banking Solutions, Covenant Health, Youngstown State University
Tenable.io Vulnerability Management
Global Payments AU/NZ
Tenable SecurityCenter Continuous View
Methodist Healthcare Ministries
Popular Solutions
Top Industries
Comms Service Provider
36%
Computer Software Company
17%
Government
5%
Manufacturing Company
4%
Comms Service Provider
19%
Computer Software Company
18%
Government
11%
Financial Services Firm
8%
Quotes From Member Reviews
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