Cybersecurity firm Fortinet Inc. today announced a new cloud-based product that it says correlates security findings across an organization’s cloud footprint to deliver friction-free cloud security operations.
Called FortiCNP, the new service uses Fortinet’s Resource Risk Insights technology to produce context-rich actionable insights, according to the company. The insights assist teams in prioritizing remediation and mitigation of risks with the highest potential impact on cloud workload security.
Fortinet argues that the rapid pace of cloud adoption as part of an organization’s hybrid information technology architecture may allow organizations to achieve faster time to market but can increase overall security risk. The risks presented are often addressed by adding new security solutions to an organization’s infrastructure that offer a litany of alerts that require manual analysis and can quickly compound across an organization’s cloud deployment.
FortiCNP is designed to cut through the noise, pointing teams to the security alerts that matter most. The new service integrates with Amazon Web Services Inc. security products and services and the Fortinet Security Fabric to help organizations effectively secure their cloud environments and maximize their cloud security investments.
FortiCNP features include FortiCNP Resource Risk Insights that leverage a risk score algorithm to contextualize security findings from the company’s cloud security solutions and AWS products. The combination delivers teams prioritized, context-rich and actionable insights about resources that present the highest risk and need immediate attention.
Through analyzing, correlating and contextualizing security findings from AWS cloud security services with FortiCNP, Fortinet says, customers can maximize the value and benefit from easy deployment capabilities offered by Amazon Inspector, AWS Security Hub, Amazon CloudTrail and AWS Organization. FortiCNP also provides integrations with digital workflow solutions such as Jira and ServiceNow.
In addition, customers using Fortinet Cloud Security solutions such as FortiGate-VM and FortiWeb will be able to trigger stop-gap remediations to block high-impact threats. FortiCNP continuously scans and monitors changes to cloud data with threat intelligence and content scanning powered by FortiGuard Labs.
“FortiCNP is the latest example of Fortinet’s commitment to delivering Fabric solutions that extend enterprise security with cloud-native integrations,” John Maddison, executive vice president of products and chief marketing officer at Fortinet, said in a statement.
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