Innovative charter school management organization secures their digital education environment by replacing its legacy firewallsRead
As a prolific game developer and publisher with five studios across four countries, SEGA Europe needed greater visibility into the vulnerabilities existing across its network and more granular control over application traffic to mitigate exposure to malware or other cyber exploits. By deploying the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform, SEGA Europe serves its headquarters and studios with unified next-generation security capabilities and single-pane-of glass visibility.
Alameda County Office of Education updates to a “network security as a service” model delivered through an affordable subscription pay plan. Multiple virtual systems, or firewalls, work under a dedicated Palo Alto Networks platform to prevent cyberattacks and maintain secure browsing/ data protection for students and staff alike.
Temple University was founded in 1884 and is a R1 research institution with over 39,000 students. On a normal day Temple University has over 75,000 devices connected to their network. As a higher-ed institution, Temple needs to operate using an open network environment while protecting and securing their student’s data and research information. Temple University moved from their existing solution to the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform. A Palo Alto Networks Service Account Manager worked directly with the Temple team to ensure that the implementation went quick and smooth without any issues. Since implementing the Palo Alto Networks platform, Temple has experienced better stability and have been able to focus on securing their network versus continually maintaining their firewalls.
Healthcare Risk Management Provider Secures Its SaaS Environment on AWS With Next-Generation Security Platform
End-to-end security prevents cyberthreats from disrupting services and exploiting patient records at largest, mental health services in IrelandRead
Growing amounts of SSL/TLS encrypted traffic can be hiding threats. Decrypting and inspecting encrypted traffic can add latency, costs and management overhead. Read how this federal agency chose Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls to decrypt traffic inline and whitelist applications, reducing risk, increasing performance and simplifying security management.Read