Fortinet strengthens its Database and Application Security

Fortinet strengthens its Database and Application Security

Fortinet has announced a major software release for its FortiDB product line that helps enable mid-to-large sized enterprises, cloud-based service providers and heavily regulated organizations to protect critically important database and application assets from internal and external threats.

 

The new FortiDB 4.0 MR4 operating software features new analytics and reporting capabilities, audit and policy extensions and advanced data collection methods along with connection blocking and powerful usability improvements. FortiDB 4.0MR4 adds these new features to its database activity monitoring and advanced reporting that automatically document an organization’s policy compliance with internally developed policies as well as government or industry regulations such as PCI-DSS, SOX, Basel II, GLBA and HIPAA.

 

“Protecting sensitive database and application assets is among the most strategic security and compliance requirements organizations face today. With the release of our FortiDB 4.0 MR4 operating software, we are providing enterprises, service providers and regulated organizations with some of the most effective database security and compliance capabilities in the industry. Our customers have made it clear that deployment simplicity, lower TCO and real-time protection are key requirements. We are delivering all three with this major software release,” said Patrick Bedwell, Vice-President – Product Marketing, Fortinet.

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