Fortinet’s FortiTrust security services debuted in July and offer user-based licensing across all networks, endpoints and cloud, with a focus on zero trust network access and identity verification. FortiTrust’s user-based licensing eliminates the need to track device counts or bandwidth consumption and makes it easy to calculate total cost with built-in volume discounts, the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company said.
FortiTrust’s initial services portfolio includes FortiTrust Access and FortiTrust Identity with additional service options for SASE, CASB and endpoint protection platforms expected to be released. FortiTrust Access enables organizations to deploy zero trust network access with user-based pricing, which is crucial to maintaining consistent protection, visibility and control across highly distributed networks.
FortiTrust Identity, meanwhile, offers cloud-based multifactor authentication for identity verification while also providing the multifactor authentication needed to control application access. All told, Fortinet said FortiTrust provides organizations with a unified services offering to protect any network, endpoint or cloud with a simplified consumption and single licensing model for all form factors.