Multi-factor authentication to Fortinet systems and firewalls
Secure login (MFA/2FA) to the Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) administration interface
Passwordless login using the second factor using ProID Mobile and other ProID tools
Fortinet firewalls and cloud-based tools to protect organizations
Fortinet is a global company specializing in providing security solutions for networks, devices, and cloud environments. Fortinet is best known for its products in the field of security appliances, such as firewalls, antivirus, anti-malware, security gateways, and more.
Key products include:
FortiGate Firewalls, which provide protection for networks from various threats. These firewalls integrate various security features, including threat detection, VPN, antivirus, anti-malware, and more.
Built-in security gateways that protect against complex threats and allow organizations to centrally manage their security policies.
Security solutions to protect cloud infrastructures and applications.
Security for network operations (SecOps), which means integrating security into the operational processes of the network and enabling a quick response to security threats.
Fortinet is considered one of the leading security solution providers and is widely used by corporate clients and service providers around the world. Their technologies are designed to protect networks, endpoints, cloud environments, and other aspects of information security.
Supported Authentication Methods
One Time Password (OTP)
Multi-factor (MFA/2FA) login to Fortinet’s FortiGate Firewalls interface
ProID enables secure two-factor login to the FortiGate Firewalls interface using a mobile app and other means – smart card and tokens. Authentication with ProID Mobile is handled via the Radius protocol and allows for a number of authentication methods (push notifications, SMS, OTP, etc.).
Fortinet FortiGate and other Next Generation Firewalls (NGFW) applications can be accessed using biometrics and other methods supported by smartphones.
Island mode with ProID Mobile method
In the event of an internet outage or the need to disconnect the entire organization from the network, we are able to ensure that authentication works in hybrid (offline) mode.