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NH Bank selects Fortinet to protect network control centre

Tuesday 12 March 2013 | 15:28 CET | News
NH Bank (Nonghyup Bank) of South Korea has selected Fortinet's FortiGate-3950B enhanced firewall (NGFW) as the core security appliance to help protect its network control centre. Nine international and local security vendors, including Fortinet, Check Point and Palo Alto Networks participated in NH Bank's tests to demonstrate the system performance, security and management capacities of their services. Fortinet's FortiGate-3950B delivers 20 Gbps of throughput for combined firewall, IPS and application control capacities. The appliance's application control and web filtering security features

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Fortinet
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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