Major cyber company launches 2022 Sustainability Report

Major cyber company launches 2022 Sustainability Report

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A global cybersecurity leader has released its sustainability report for 2022.

The SVP, Global Head of Sustainability has claimed that the report details progress the company has made and that it reflects a “commitment to transparency” towards stakeholders.

“Sustainability is central to our company vision: Making possible a digital world you can always trust,” said Fortinet’s Barbara Maigret.

“In Fortinet’s 2022 Sustainability Report, we are proud to share the progress we’re making in embedding ESG into our business and addressing cybersecurity as a sustainability issue to build a more sustainable world and safer internet.”

Fortinet 2022 Sustainability Report

According to a recent announcement, Fortinet’s corporate social responsibility mission is focused on ‘delivering innovative sustainable security technologies, diversifying cybersecurity talent and promoting responsible business across its value chain.’

Fortinet achieved much recognition in 2022, having been selected for inclusion in both the Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America Indices as one of the leading sustainable companies in the Software industry.

Additionally, the company was featured in the S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook 2023, a comprehensive publication on corporate sustainability recognised as the most extensive of its kind worldwide.

About Fortinet

Fortinet is recognised as a key player in the cybersecurity industry, particularly in the convergence of networking and security. The company’s mission centres around the goal of providing comprehensive security for people, devices and data across all environments, which has resulted in a portfolio of over 50 enterprise-grade products.

With over 500,000 customers worldwide, Fortinet’s solutions are widely deployed, patented and validated, making them a trusted choice for many organisations.

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