Cooperative Security Fabric

A Cooperative Security Fabric (CSF) – also known as a Fortinet Security Fabric – spans across an entire network, using FortiTelemetry to link different security sensors and tools together to collect, coordinate, and respond to malicious behavior anywhere it occurs on your network in real time. A CSF can be used to coordinate the behavior of different Fortinet products in your network, including FortiGate, FortiClient, FortiSandbox, FortiAP, and FortiSwitch.

Victoria Martin

Victoria Martin

Technical Writer & Head Cookbook Chef at Fortinet
Victoria Martin works in Ottawa as part of the FortiOS technical documentation team. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Mount Allison University, after which she attended Humber College's book publishing program, followed by the more practical technical writing program at Algonquin College. She does need glasses but also likes wearing them, since glasses make you look smarter.
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  • Adam

    Can we disable this feature in 5.4 OS 60E ?

    • Victoria Martin

      The Security Fabric options will always be displayed in the GUI/available in the CLI but unless a fabric is configured, the feature is essentially disabled.