An international cybersecurity service provider introduced its bolstered defense system for companies last Oct. 3, at the Zuni Restaurant and Wine Bar, Greenbelt 5, in Makati City.
Fortinet’s new layer of defense called Security Fabric offers cutting-edge automation and integration that organizations need and monitor their network.
Security Fabric utilizes AI and machine learning to automate its security processes across its multitude of networks communicate and administers real-time defense.
Security Fabric has an endpoint security, access management, application security, multicloud security, and more.
Fortinet is one of the top security providers in the Philippines and one of the fastest growing tech companies in the world.
“Fortinet has 24 to 25 percent market share in the Philippines. We are the top in terms of potentiality,” Country Manager for Fortinet Philippines Louie Castaneda said. “We are currently operating for hundreds of companies.”
Castaneda has high expectations in terms of Fortinet’s market performance next year.
“The market is also growing. I am aiming for at least a 30 percent market share (next year),” Castaneda said.
Fortinet is a US-based company located at Sunnyvale, California.
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