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FortiClient

Snapshot

Unobtrusive VPN, firewall, web content filter and endpoint protection with central management and remote deployment

Who it's for

Enterprises looking for a stand-alone VPN that can also be incorporated into a wider Fortinet security stack

What is FortiClient?

FortiClient is Fortinet’s integrated endpoint protection platform. It offers automated threat protection and vulnerability management, as well as complete visibility through a central management console. This lightweight solution is easy to integrate and deploy, and offers real-time central management through the Enterprise Management Server (EMS). FortiClient uses SSL and IPSec VPN to provide users with secure access to their organization’s network from any remote location. Users connect to the VPN through a secure two-factor authentication process. Once verified, the client minimizes so as to cause as little disruption to the user as possible whilst still providing a secure connection.


What is FortiClient?

FortiClient is Fortinet’s integrated endpoint protection platform. It offers automated threat protection and vulnerability management, as well as complete visibility through a central management console. This lightweight solution is easy to integrate and deploy, and offers real-time central management through the Enterprise Management Server (EMS). FortiClient uses SSL and IPSec VPN to provide users with secure access to their organization’s network from any remote location. Users connect to the VPN through a secure two-factor authentication process. Once verified, the client minimizes so as to cause as little disruption to the user as possible whilst still providing a secure connection.


Profile FortiClient

Category Enterprise VPNs
Website fortinet.com
Founded 2000
Headquartered Sunnyvale, California, US
Suitable For Enterprise

FortiClient Features

  • FortiClient uses SSL and IPsec VPN to provide secure, reliable access to corporate networks and applications from virtually any internet-connected remote location
  • FortiClient simplifies the remote user experience with built-in auto-connect and always-up VPN features
  • Two-factor authentication can be used to provide an additional layer of security
  • FortiClient anti-exploit technology protects your endpoint against advanced threats including zero-day attacks, which target application vulnerabilities that have yet to be discovered or patched
  • Real-time central management allows you to monitor the attack surface, manage vulnerabilities, enforce security compliance, and track changes
  • With the new Software Inventory module, administrators gain visibility into software installed on the endpoint and can set policies to remove outdated and unwanted applications

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Profile FortiClient

Category Enterprise VPNs
Website fortinet.com
Founded 2000
Headquartered Sunnyvale, California, US
Suitable For Enterprise