COMPREHENSIVE SECURITY WITH THE FORTIGATE ENTERPRISE PROTECTION BUNDLE

January 21, 2019

Organizations of all sizes face growing complexity in both networking and the threat landscape. Multi-cloud deployments and Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices expand the attack surface, and disparate point solutions deployed to address new threat vectors often do not integrate with existing infrastructure. This results in both business inefficiency and increased risk. The FortiGate Enterprise Protection bundle addresses both of these problems by providing the most comprehensive package of security services available in the market today. It covers the areas of protection needed to effectively address the complex and evolving threat landscape—and every cyberattack channel, from the endpoint to the cloud. The Enterprise Protection bundle provides a centralized way to deal with complex risk, compliance, management, and visibility concerns. In sum, the FortiGate Enterprise Protection bundle delivers critical services to protect organizations from current and future cyber threats.

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Shifra is an information security solutions provider based out of Dubai Internet City in the United Arab Emirates. With a focus on Data Security, Identity and Access Management and Vulnerability Management, Shifra provides expertise to enterprises around the region in securing their most valuable asset: information. The name Shifra originates from the word “sifr”, the Arabic numeral zero which was later used to describe a cipher that then created a coded message, thus forming the basis of encryption as we know it today. Encryption today is at the core of most solutions that protect information while being communicated, or at rest on data repositories and devices. With a highly talented pool of individuals who understand security from its top level management implications, down to the technical details of securing your information systems, Shifra is the partner of choice for organizations who are looking to secure their information assets while maximizing their business efficiency and r

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