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Fortinet Webinar to Outline Security Best Practices for IM and P2P Applications

Fortinet Webinar to Outline Security Best Practices for IM and P2P Applications

SUNNYVALE, Calif., April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Fortinet -- the pioneer and leading provider of multi-threat security solutions -- will discuss best practices for securing and managing the use of instant messaging (IM) and peer-to-peer (P2P) applications during a 45-minute webinar on April 25, 2006.

The educational webinar, led by Mike Rothman, president and principal analyst of Security Incite, will provide valuable information on how enterprises can reap the rewards of IM and P2P applications without jeopardizing the security of their networks. The webinar will address critical issues such as:

-- Benefits and pitfalls of enterprise IM and P2P usage -- Security risks resulting from IM and P2P applications -- Solutions architectures and best practices for securing against IM and P2P threats

The webinar will also feature Chris Roeckl, vice president of marketing for Fortinet, who will speak about the company's integrated multi-threat security solutions and how customers are using them to protect against all types of threats, including IM and P2P.

Fortinet's latest firmware, FortiOS 3.0, includes new features and enhancements for IM and P2P threat management including granular access control, monitoring and audit, antivirus and intrusion/attack prevention. Fortinet is the only vendor to integrate complete content protection -- including full antivirus (AV) scanning, blocking and quarantining of IM traffic and file attachments, intrusion prevention (IPS) signature updates, and URL filtering -- for IM applications into an existing multi-threat security system.

To register for the event, which will take place at noon PDT on Tuesday, April 25, please visit http://www.fortinet.com/promo/IMwebinar2006.html.

About Fortinet (http://www.fortinet.com/)

Fortinet is the pioneer and leading provider of ASIC-accelerated multi-threat security systems, which are used by enterprises and service providers to increase their security while reducing total operating costs. Fortinet solutions were built from the ground up to integrate multiple levels of security protection -- including firewall, antivirus, intrusion prevention, VPN, spyware prevention and antispam -- providing customers a way to protect multiple threats as well as blended threats. Leveraging a custom ASIC and unified interface, Fortinet solutions offer advanced security functionality that scales from remote office to chassis-based solutions with integrated management and reporting. Fortinet solutions have won multiple awards around the world and are the only security products that are certified eight times over by the ICSA (firewall, antivirus, IPSec, SSL, IDS, client antivirus detection, cleaning and antispyware). Fortinet is privately held and based in Sunnyvale, California.

Fortinet, Inc.

CONTACT: Jennifer Leggio, Inc., +1-408-486-7876, or [email protected],
or Michelle Spolver, +1-408-486-7837, or [email protected], both of
Fortinet

Web site: http://www.fortinet.com/

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