The current landscape of networking and security overlay products are creating administrative problems with cost and complexity, and falling short on the protections that organizations need. Learn about how Palo Alto Networks is changing the game with GlobalProtect Cloud Service and Aperture.
With RedLock® by Palo Alto Networks, organizations can harness the power of machine learning to maintain compliance and govern security, even across the most fragmented multi-cloud environments.
Prisma Access delivers consistent protection from the cloud. Read the At a Glance to find out how.
Global expansion, mobile workforces and cloud computing are shifting the locations of your applications, data and users. These changes introduce new opportunities for business efficiencies, but they also create a set of unique cybersecurity challenges.
Accelerate your security operations’ maturity with our industry-leading MDR partners, powered by Cortex XDR™. Their expertise and resources relieve your day-to-day burden with 24/7 proactive alert management, threat hunting and incident response that spans network, endpoint and cloud. Our partners will get you up and running in weeks, not years, with SLAs that guarantee immediate reduction of MTTD and MTTR to under 60 minutes.
In this eBook, you’ll learn the key SD-WAN features and capabilities to consider and understand how to choose an SD-WAN solution that delivers connectivity and security to users regardless of location.
Read this report for an understanding of how RedLock can reduce financial risks due to security breaches, third-party tools and labor requirements to resolve issues faster; provide security governance and increase cross-team visibility such as asset management; and easily generate compliance reports that map and provide audit trails for your cloud resources.
This Unit 42 report highlights key learnings from public cloud security incidents and presents original research from the cloud-focused division of the Unit 42 threat research team.
Companies are often reluctant to begin their Zero Trust journey because they believe it is difficult, costly, and disruptive but building Zero Trust networks is actually much simpler than building legacy 20th-century hierarchical networks.