Fortinet FortiSandbox Overview

Fortinet FortiSandbox is the #6 ranked solution in our list of top Advanced Threat Protection tools. It is most often compared to Palo Alto Networks WildFire: Fortinet FortiSandbox vs Palo Alto Networks WildFire

What is Fortinet FortiSandbox?

Today’s threats are increasingly sophisticated and often bypass traditional malware security by masking their malicious activity. A sandbox augments your security architecture by validating threats in a separate, secure environment. FortiSandbox offers a powerful combination of advanced detection, automated mitigation, actionable insight, and flexible deployment to stop targeted attacks and subsequent data loss. It's also a key component of our Advanced Threat Protection solution.

Fortinet FortiSandbox is also known as FortiSandbox.

Fortinet FortiSandbox Buyer's Guide

Download the Fortinet FortiSandbox Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: June 2021

Fortinet FortiSandbox Customers

Lush, Barnabas Health, Options, Riverside Healthcare, Hillsbourough County Schools, Columbia Public Schools, Schiller AG

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Owner at a tech services company
Detects new threats but could be faster and less complex

What is our primary use case?

Securing mail is our primary use case.

Pros and Cons

  • "One of the valuable features is its ability to detect new threats."
  • "The product is good but it could be speedier. In addition, it's quite complex."

What other advice do I have?

If you aren't sure about the solution, buy the cloud version first. You can use it in their cloud. The solution is a seven out of ten. The product is good but it could be speedier. In addition, it's quite complex.
Jonathan Bernardino
Analista de Segurança da Informação at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
You have access to a report as to what behaviors the example file entered in the registry

What is our primary use case?

I work at a college campus with the intention of understanding targeted attacks. If a file is hit or some pre files set as .exe, .pif, .zip, or .pdf among others and forwards to virtual machines and executes an action of the file changing a registry, it creates some backdoor or memory overflow guaranteeing access the machine.

Pros and Cons

  • "You have access to a report as to what behaviors the example file entered in the registry."
  • "For additional features, maybe a form of execution pain files in a non-virtual environment because it has threats that identify when it is being run in a virtual machine."