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About FortiSandbox VM for Azure

Fortinet’s FortiSandbox on Azure enables organizations to defend against advanced threats in the cloud. It works with network, email, endpoint, and other security measures, or as an extension of on-premise security architecture to leverage scale with complete control.

FortiSandbox is available on the Azure Marketplace.

You can install FortiSandbox on Azure as a standalone zero-day threat prevention or you can configure it to work with your existing FortiGate, FortiMail, or FortiWeb Azure instances to identify malicious and suspicious files, ransomware, and network threats.

You can create custom VMs using pre-configured VMs, your own ISO image, or Red Hat VMs on VirtualBox. For more information, contact Fortinet Customer Service & Support.

Note

This document contains images from the Microsoft Azure interface. Some images and text strings may not reflect the current Azure version. Where possible, we have noted the version the image is based on.

For the most accurate Azure information, please refer to the product documentation.

About FortiSandbox VM for Azure

Fortinet’s FortiSandbox on Azure enables organizations to defend against advanced threats in the cloud. It works with network, email, endpoint, and other security measures, or as an extension of on-premise security architecture to leverage scale with complete control.

FortiSandbox is available on the Azure Marketplace.

You can install FortiSandbox on Azure as a standalone zero-day threat prevention or you can configure it to work with your existing FortiGate, FortiMail, or FortiWeb Azure instances to identify malicious and suspicious files, ransomware, and network threats.

You can create custom VMs using pre-configured VMs, your own ISO image, or Red Hat VMs on VirtualBox. For more information, contact Fortinet Customer Service & Support.

Note

This document contains images from the Microsoft Azure interface. Some images and text strings may not reflect the current Azure version. Where possible, we have noted the version the image is based on.

For the most accurate Azure information, please refer to the product documentation.