Annapolis Junction, MD
Courtyard Fort Meade at National Business Park
Web 2.0 applications bring great leaps in productivity by enabling instantaneous, always-on communications. However, these new applications bring security concerns because they can tunnel through trusted ports, use proprietary encryption algorithms, and even masquerade as other applications to evade detection and blocking by traditional firewalls.
In order to prevent data loss and mitigate new threats, agencies must be able to effectively control legacy applications as well as the new breed of Internet-based applications. Fortinet's new generation of secure gateways enables agencies to detect, monitor, and control application usage and traffic at gateways and at endpoints.
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