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Palo Alto Networks Reaches New FedRAMP Milestone for Prisma Cloud
Palo Alto Networks is committed to helping organizations securely implement cloud technologies and services with advanced cybersecurity protections. Prisma Cloud delivers security and compliance coverage for applications, data, and hybrid and multi-cloud deployments. It's the latest of Palo Alto Networks Government Cloud Services to achieve a FedRAMP milestone; other products include WildFire®, Cortex XDR™, Cortex™ Data Lake and Traps™.
Google Cloud and Palo Alto Networks Expand Strategic Partnership
Palo Alto Networks is the first cybersecurity partner to meet specialized security solutions requirements for Google Cloud and demonstrate customer success, across five key areas.
Cloud-Connected Branch Security with SASE
Applications moving to the cloud and increased user mobility are changing the way networking and network security services must be delivered. Palo Alto Networks founder and CTO Nir Zuk believes that the future of network security is in the cloud, and has been driving this change for the past few years with Prisma Access, the industry’s most comprehensive SASE. In this ongoing series, Palo Alto Networks thought leaders explore the core tenets of an integrated, effective SASE solution, and more broadly, its implementation and implications.
Palo Alto Networks to Integrate VM-Series and Prisma Cloud With AWS Outposts
AWS Outposts addresses the reality that hybrid cloud environments are the data centers of the future. As public cloud adoption continues to increase and more organizations find themselves managing hybrid cloud environments, the need for a unified, consistent security posture has never been greater. AWS Outposts brings native AWS services, infrastructure and operating models to virtually any data center, co-location space or on-premises facility.
Palo Alto Networks Delivers the Industry’s Most Comprehensive Secure Access Service Edge
As a complete SASE solution, Prisma Access delivers end-to-end networking and security services from a globally distributed cloud platform.
Palo Alto Networks Positioned as a Leader in Zero Trust Report
Palo Alto Networks was among the 14 select vendors that Forrester evaluated for its Q4 2019 The Forrester Wave™ report. Forrester evaluated the vendors based on criteria in the categories of current offering, strategy and market presence.
Palo Alto Networks Named a Leader in The Forrester ZTX Wave™
We are thrilled to share that Forrester has named Palo Alto Networks a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Zero Trust eXtended Ecosystem Platform Providers, Q4 2019. The Forrester ZTX Wave evaluated 14 vendors based on their scores in the categories of current offering, strategy and market presence.
Palo Alto Networks Achieves New FedRAMP Milestone for Cortex Offerings
FedRAMP provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for U.S. government agencies as they increasingly embrace the cloud and use cloud-based products and services. This program increases federal agencies' confidence in the security of cloud technology and helps protect the confidentiality and integrity of data. Receiving the "In Process" designation is a key milestone for companies seeking FedRAMP certification and indicates that Palo Alto Networks is on track for Cortex XDR and Cortex Data Lake to achieve FedRAMP "Moderate" agency authorization.
The Top 5 Mobile Security Threats and How to Mitigate Them
While the average worker has grown as comfortable using mobile devices as desktop computers, security teams have yet to catch up. Mobile devices have emerged in recent years as the leading platform for cybercrime and cybersecurity threats against organizations. However, organizations are still working to protect these relatively new additions to enterprise networks, especially since they often contain a mixture of business and personal data.
The Zero Trust Approach for the Cloud
The term “Zero Trust” has been around for almost 10 years, but it has recently picked up momentum as businesses look to proactively protect their data and infrastructure. With the shift to the cloud, Zero Trust is now a philosophy of choice for CIOs and CISOs, who are tasked with protecting their systems from outside attacks as well as from within the organization.