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Fortinet Target SD-WAN For Remote Workers

Fortinet Target SD-WAN For Remote Workers

Fortinet Target SD-WAN and the remote workers are at a stake. It is going to take a lot for them. There are a lot of speculations going on. If you are a follower of Fortinet then this software company has a lot to offer.

Telefónica Tech, the company’s digital division, and Fortinet, a cybersecurity company, today unveiled a new global managed. It is a software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) solution aimed at the work-from-home market.

However the hybrid and cloud-centric work approach created in reaction to the Covid-19 outbreak. Moreover this according to the corporations, is the new normal.

The new service, Fortinet’s flexWAN, will debut in Spain before being rolled out globally. However it will happen throughout Telefónica’s presence in Europe and the Americas.

What Made Fortinet Target SD-WAN

For enterprise employees connecting from their offices or other sites to their jobs, the solution combines networking and security into a single product. The service combines Fortinet Secure SD-WAN capabilities with Telefónica Tech’s managed security and cloud services.

The service will also allow Telefónica customers to use Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) technology.

Managing The Domain Name System

Although secure web gateway (SWG), cloud access security broker (CASB), domain name system (DNS), data loss prevention (DLP), firewall-as-a-service (FWaaS), and remote browser isolation features were first pushed by SD-WAN. Although SASE now incorporates more.

Telefónica And Fortinet Have Collaborated.

According to sources, Telefónica added Fortinet’s Security Fabric architecture to its managed security services portfolio in 2016.

Telefónica Tech became a Fortinet Regional Partner in Europe in 2020 after integrating its IT and IoT security solutions.

“Our lengthy experience with Fortinet has shown us that it is a wonderful ally in expanding our Managed Security Services to a converged and secure SD-WAN network, said Hugo de los Santos, Telefónica Tech’s director of cybersecurity and cloud products and services.

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