Capgemini, Fortinet Form Cybersecurity Alliance; Ken Xie Comments

cybersecurityCapgemini and Fortinet have forged a cybersecurity partnership in an effort to help customers bolster the resilience of their cyber infrastructure.

Capgemini and Fortinet will combine their cybersecurity products and services such as web application security, software-defined datacenter security and security operation centers, the companies said Thursday.

“Our partnership with Capgemini is a strategic one, allowing us to join forces to combine advanced technologies with human intelligence and expertise in order to provide broad and adaptive security solutions to the enterprise market,“ said Ken Xie, CEO of Fortinet.

Capgemini will deliver physical and virtualized security protection and security supervision services, and Fortinet will provide cloud security services.ADS_cyber_200x200

Capgemini engineers worldwide will also undergo training under Fortinet’s eight-level certification program as part of the partnership.

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