Fortinet has announced that it has acquired Panopta, a SaaS company, which the cybersecurity company says delivers cloud-based full stack visibility and automated management of the health of an enterprise network, including servers, network devices, containers, applications, databases, virtual appliances and cloud infrastructure.
And as a result of the announcement, Fortinet’s Security Fabric, combined with Panopta’s scalable, network monitoring and diagnostics platform, will enable Fortinet to offer the most comprehensive network and security operations management solution for enterprises or service providers.
“Fortinet’s acquisition of Panopta complements our best-in-class security offerings with a SaaS platform that provides further network visibility and agile remediation for hybrid environments, including edge and cloud networks, to achieve greater security and business efficiency,” said Ken Xie, Founder, Chairman of the Board, and CEO .
The combined solution will enhance the real-time monitoring and effectiveness of critical infrastructure that powers Fortinet’s security services, including cloud-based – SASE, email, security analytics, and web application firewalls. Integration with FortiGate and Secure-SDWAN will help enhance SDWAN connectivity and performance.
The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.