Review: Fortigate enterprise security appliance

Tuesday, 10 February 2004, 12:42 PM EST

The administrative costs of resolving security problems in the enterprise are on the rise. New threats, ranging from malicious code to fast-spreading worms, are increasing the need for security solutions that can offer some solace for harried administrators. Solution providers can play a role by integrating security appliances such as the FortiGate-3600 from Fortinet into enterprise networks.

The FortiGate-3600 offers a plethora of security services in a rack-mountable unit that is clearly built for speed and performance. Fortinet claims that the product's throughput reaches 4 Gbps, making it suitable for even the largest of networks. What's more, the FortiGate-3600 includes the six elements most vital for network security,firewall, antivirus, VPN, intrusion detection, content filtering and traffic management,into an easily managed, unified administration point.

By Frank J. Ohlhorst at Security Pipeline.

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