Fortinet launches anti-malware operating system FortiOS 5.2.
The new version offers various new features, which the company attests will assist clients fight back against APT threats, doomsday cyberattacks and other sophisticated malware.
Fortinet has now launched FortiOS 5.2- an upgraded version of its network security operating system, driving its FortiGate platform. This launch includes several innovations which, according to Fortinet, will aid clients ward off APT threats, doomsday cyberattacks and other sophisticated malware.
The Fortinet system diminishes the scope of the attack by enabling network access to authorized users only, and only via pre-approved access points. It also proactively stops many possible attacks by testing code, traffic, websites and applications. Another added feature of the system is it searches for threat indicators in order to recognize attacks that in the past were unknown, and that bypass the traditional defenses.
The system also assesses and improves its security position against the accepted basis in the industry and among users, as well as adjusts itself to an ever-evolving threat environment.