Extending its Cloud Platform, FortiWeb-VM Secures Web Applications, Meets Compliance Requirements and
FortiWeb-VM for AWS can now be utilized seamlessly on an hourly or annual subscription basis, complementing existing Bring Your Own License (BYOL) options. When procured via
"We are excited to have FortiWeb-VM for AWS available via annual and hourly subscription on
FortiWeb-VM provides multiple protection layers against today's threats that target Web applications, including cross-site scripting, SQL injection, buffer overflows, file inclusion, cookie poisoning, schema poisoning, denial of service (at both the application and network layer) and many others.
FortiWeb-VM protects against OWASP Top 10 Web application vulnerabilities, and the software's IP reputation service helps protect against automated Web attacks by identifying botnet activity and other suspicious activities happening on a network.
Unlike other virtual Web application firewalls, FortiWeb-VM automatically and dynamically profiles user activity to create a baseline of permissible activity. Its real-time data analysis capabilities provide an analytics interface that helps organizations understand their Web application usage and maps requests to their geographic location.
Fortinet Virtual Appliance Advantage
Today's announcement follows news the company made earlier this year announcing the availability of its flagship, award-winning FortiGate® security platform on AWS. Last year, the company made available FortiManager-VM and FortiAnalyzer-VM on AWS, enabling customers to deploy centralized security management and reporting to all FortiGate and FortiGate-VM security technologies running at the edge, in internal networks, remote offices, within core data centers or deployed in the cloud.
"Today's FortiWeb-VM announcement further extends both
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