Safe-T Joins Fortinet as a Fabric-ready Technology Alliance Partner

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Safe-T® Group Ltd., a provider of Secure Access solutions for on-premises and hybrid cloud environments, announced that it has joined the Fortinet Fabric-Ready Technology Alliance Partner program with its Software-Defined Perimeter solution, to help organizations create a secure and agile remote access suit, based on Zero-Trust concepts. The integration with Fortinet delivers an advanced Zero Trust Network Access solution to control who can access internal and cloud services and how access is granted.

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The joint solution grants access to applications on a need-to-know basis, while giving users fast and seamless access to the resources they need. This creates a “verify-first, access-second” Zero-Trust approach across an organization’s applications, enabling enhanced security, greater visibility, and better user experience.

Safe-T’s SDP solution controls access to internal services and utilizes Fortinet FortiAuthenticator to authenticate each user. The joint solution can be deployed either by using Safe-T’s on-premises SDP deployment or with Safe-T’s cloud SDP service.

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“Unlike the traditional approach to IT network security, Zero-Trust security means that no one from inside or outside the network is trusted by default, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network. By implementing this methodology, the organization can guarantee that its’ applications and files are exposed only to those who are really supposed to have access to such data, thus prevent and reduce breaches,” said Eitan Bremler, VP Products & Technology at Safe-T. “Joining the Fortinet Fabric-Ready Partner Program allows us to expand our eco-system of identity providers and integrate with the leading FortiAuthenticator solution. Through this integration, organizations can now create a ‘verify-first, access-second’ Zero-Trust approach across organizations’ applications to minimize the attack surface ad reduce risk, as well as the complexity and costs associated with the growing need to protect enterprise systems and data.”

Fortinet’s technology alliance partner program is built on Fortinet products and solutions to help customers get even more value from their security deployments. Technology alliance partners are a key part of the Fortinet Security Fabric, which enables the development and delivery of truly comprehensive, end-to-end security solutions that can dynamically adapt to the evolving network architecture as well as the changing threat landscape. Alliance solutions provide customers with more effective security, and are pre-integrated, saving time and resources in deployment, operations, and support. Please visit the Fortinet Technology Alliances Ecosystem page for more information about this program.

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