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What is FortiAnalyzer?

As part of the Fortinet Security Fabric, FortiAnalyzer provides security fabric analytics and automation to provide better detection and response against cyber risks.
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What is FortiAnalyzer?

As part of the Fortinet Security Fabric, FortiAnalyzer provides security fabric analytics and automation to provide better detection and response against cyber risks.

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What is FortiAnalyzer?

FortiAnalyzer offers advanced logging and reporting capabilities, centralized security analytics across the Fortinet Security Fabric, and security automation via Fabric Connectors and application programming interfaces (APIs).

The Fortinet Security Fabric provides a solution to the security challenges of too many alerts, and slow response to alerts. Broad visibility and control of an organization’s entire digital attack surface minimizes risk. An integrated solution reduces the complexity of supporting multiple point products. Automation of security workflows increases the speed of operation. All of these features enable an organization to maximize the impact and effectiveness of a leansecurity team.

FortiAnalyzer, a core part of the Security Fabric, enables teams to simplify security operations, enabling enterprises at any stage of security
operations center (SOC) maturity to integrate security visibility and automation.

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FortiAnalyzer is used by the Network Engineering and Operations department to 1) upload firewall logs to a SEIM, 2) as a surveillance tool to monitor the integrity of multiple firewalls across the enterprise, 3) Compliance and reporting engine, 4) Firewall rules auditor, 5) comprehensive enterprise wide security analysis and other Security Governance tasks.
  • Event correlation
  • Real-time detection
  • Compliance Reporting
  • Security Tools orchestration
  • Security workflow automation
  • Integration with ServiceNOW
  • Centralized NOC/SOC visibility
  • Administrative Domains and Software Versions are difficult to maintain
  • managing different FortiOS versions gets complicated quite easily
  • Administrative Domains must be well architected from the beginning
FortiAnalyzer is a must have when you administer multiple FortiGate firewalls in a defense in depth enterprise environment. Total visibility can be achieved across multiple physical and virtual firewalls. Complete analysis of your threat landscape is possible along with real time detection, compliance reporting, and wholistic firewall rule analysis and reporting. Eliminating shadow rules, tuning unnecessarily permissive rules, automation and other analysis are built in to this easy to deploy software.
  • log aggregation
  • multi firewall visibility
  • analysis of enterprise security landscape
  • easy to deploy
  • we were able to retire 3 legacy security tools in favor of FortiAnalyzer
  • Automate 155 security tasks and reporting
  • one click compliance reporting for PCI-DSS
  • Enterprise security governance
  • Visualize the security landscape
  • Eliminate and or prune unnecessary rules
  • Tune overly permissive rules for tighter security
FortiAnalyzer is significantly cheaper and a better value for the money especially if you have FortiGate firewalls in the datacenter or in the cloud. FortiAnalyzer manages physical, virtual, and cloud firewalls in a single pane of glass providing a wholistic enterprise view of your security landscape. Compliance reporting comes built-in with the most popular reports ready at a click of a button. FortiAnalyzer is a great aggregation point before uploading logs to a SEIM / SOC tool.
  • Price
  • Product Features
  • Product Usability
Product usability inside a global FortiGate FW deployment both for Corporate and Datacenter environments. Easy deployment and turn key operation was very important and proved true in our defense in depth topology. Fast data ingestion and real-time detection enabled the product to work immediately in our environment and integrate with existing SEIM, NOC, and SOC tools.
The FortiAnalyzer instance was deployed straight into the AZURE platform as a service endpoint for all firewalls deployed in AZURE regions and physical datacenters across the globe providing security analytics immediately for the enterprise. A FortiAnalyzer Federation deployment architecture would have been better to start in our scenario as we quickly out grew the single cluster.
FortiAnalyzer is easy to deploy are ready to use right out of the box. The user interface is intuitive and the reporting engine is very customizable however most of the 'canned' reports are usable right away. It is easy to add firewalls under management and event correlation happens immediately. FortiAnalyzer is a great log aggregator for all of your firewalls and then upload meaningful data to a SEIM.
  • Compliance Reporting
  • Real-time detection
  • Event correlation
  • Enterprise FortiGate Firewall Management
  • Setting up Administrative Domains
  • Managing multiple FW versions become clunky and complicated
  • Choice of physical or virtual appliance or cloud instance
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