Fortinet Earns “Recommended” Rating From NSS Labs

fortinet logoFortinet announced its FortiSandbox-3000D is one of the top rated Breach Detection Systems (BDS), delivering 99 percent breach detection and zero false positives, based on real-world comparative analysis conducted by third party NSS Labs.

A Recommended rating from NSS Labs indicates that a product has performed well and deserves strong consideration. Only the top technical products earn a Recommended rating from NSS—regardless of market share, company size or brand recognition.

“Real-world third-party validation is an essential resource for enterprises considering security products to help cut through confusion caused by vendor marketing,” said Fortinet CEO Ken Xie. “NSS Labs’ testing continues to demonstrate Fortinet’s commitment to meet high industry standards for security detection, performance, reliability, management and value. In this case, Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs expertise was integral in meeting and exceeding those high benchmarks, which are increasingly necessary to combat sophisticated cyber-threats and today’s stealthy Advanced Persistent Threats.”

Leveraging sophisticated research and test infrastructure that collects real threats and attack methods for concurrent delivery to the systems under test (SUT), NSS Labs utilized empirical data from its first ever Breach Detection Systems Group Test to produce a Security Value Map (SVM).  The SVM measures the security effectiveness and value (cost per protected Mbps) of tested product configurations. Fortinet’s FortiSandbox-3000D is one of the top performing systems out of six network security vendors.

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