Doherty Associates achieves Fortinet Gold Partner Status

Doherty Associates today announced that it has achieved Gold Partner status from Fortinet. Fortinet Partners are among the most innovative, industry-leading companies that embrace the Fortinet Security Fabric’s open platform approach to cybersecurity and ensure customers are connected to the expertise, services and technologies they need.


Gold Partners have achieved proven success with Fortinet solutions and are committed to the continued adoption of Fortinet technologies in the marketplace. They deliver the full spectrum of Fortinet’s solution set and they have certified staff to assist with any variety of implementation needs. They are recognized for their superior customer service and support capabilities.


“Following on from winning Fortinet Silver Partner of the year we wanted to push ourselves to the next level” Doherty’s Sales & Marketing Director, Nabeil Samara said. “This is a great team effort and I would like to thank every one of our customers for working in partnership with us”.


Fortinet’s mission is to deliver the most innovative, highest performing network security fabric to secure and simplify your IT infrastructure. They are the leading global provider of network security appliances for carriers, data centers, enterprises and distributed offices.


Doherty is delighted to be reaching a new level in Fortinet partner status and is dedicated to continuous improvement in expertise.

TOPICS: Breach, Cloud, Fortinet, Ransomware, Cyber security

Written By: Catherine Condon

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