Cybernet Hardens its Network with Fortinet UTM Solution

CYBERNET has announced the induction of FortiGate® Unified Threat Management (UTM) Cluster Solution from Fortinet® to enhance its network security and threat management.

“With the increased level of threats emanating from the Internet, security has become the highest priority of our enterprise clients. The FortiGate platform will enable us to meet and exceed our customers’ security demands,”

said Shahid Ahmed Khan, CEO of CYBERNET.

“We are very excited to have this best-in-class system become a part of our network. Deployment of this solution is in line with our objective of continuously enhancing the security of our infrastructure so that we can provide uninterrupted services to our enterprise customers. In addition, this partnership will enable us to provide customized security solutions to our clients be it based on specific security requirements for Applications or for protection from the wide variety of threats to our clients’ networks in general.,” he added.

The FortiGate consolidated network security appliance integrates essential security and network functionalities such as high-performance Firewall, VPN, Intrusion Prevention, Web filtering, Antivirus, Anti-Spam, Data Leakage Protection, Application control, Traffic shaping and WAN acceleration.

This is the first step in enabling Cybernet to offer the next level of breach-proof, secured network infrastructure to its customers.

The FortiGate platform is kept up-to-date automatically via Fortinet’s FortiGuard subscription services, which provide updates that are released within hours of a threat being discovered, helping ensure timely protection against the most damaging, content-based threats from the Internet and even from within unsecured corporate Intranets.


  • Kaunsa

    Oh bhai kaunsa cluster box solution liya. Yeh tu bata deh teh.

  • Saeed

    Its a good news to move to the more secure solution.

  • umdha

    I am told it is a large investment and Cyber.net is making a big push into security space.

  • Thx for this article !

  • notyouravgcommentor

    @Kaunsa
    It is a number of FortiGate-5000 devices running in parallel. My brother knows someone at Cybernet NOC who tell him