Customers

You could take our word for it that our next-generation security platform delivers unmatched visibility and control to safely enable your applications and prevent advanced threats from achieving objectives for tens of thousands of organizations around the world, but we think the words of our customers are more convincing. Read what they have to say about real-world deployments of our products.

Listed below you will find case studies detailing our next-generation security platform in action at companies large and small, in simple to complex global networks, in a variety of industries.

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Healthcare organizations all over the world rely on Palo Alto Networks to help them secure the health of our digital way of life. Read, see and hear their stories in our new e-stories series, which takes a deep dive into the security challenges you care about most.

Palo Alto Networks Customers

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Pérez-Llorca

Perez-Llorca chose Palo Alto Networks® Traps™ advanced endpoint protection to protect its endpoints from ransomware, botnets and other cyberthreats while centralizing endpoint security management.
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Delta Holding

Delta Holding eliminated ransomware and gained a comprehensive shield against malware and zero-day attacks with Palo Alto Networks Next-Gen Security Platform.
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CBI Health Group

CBI Health chose the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform to protect its data center from ransomware and other threats.
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Nexum

Nexum, Inc. is a cybersecurity and networking company located in Chicago, Ill. Nexum builds and secures global networks for organizations across multiple verticals around the world. In its various roles as a reseller, professional services consultant, support center, training center, and monitored and managed security services provider, Nexum makes use of the complete Palo Alto Networks security platform.
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Fisher-Titus Medical Center

Dylan Border from Fisher-Titus Medical Center, a nonprofit community hospital located in North Central Ohio, discusses how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform helps detect and prevent unknown cyberthreats. WildFire's proactive and automatic prevention of advanced and targeted attacks, helps give Fisher-Titus the insight and analytics to prevent future attacks.
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Warren Rogers Associates

Hear Matthew McLimans, Sr. Network Security Engineer at Warren Rogers Associates discuss how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform deployed in Amazon Web Services (AWS) segments network traffic coming from thousands of remote data collection devices, prevents malicious traffic from infiltrating fuel system diagnostics and reporting systems, white-lists applications and services, and segments cardholder data to ensure PCI compliance in the company’s cloud-based data center.
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Warren Rogers Associates

As an industry leader in retail fuel monitoring and diagnostics, Warren Rogers Associates (Warren Rogers) manages thousands of data collection devices installed at service stations across the U.S. Because these devices reside alongside its customers’ business systems that handle credit and debit card data, Warren Rogers had to guarantee it would prevent cardholder data from being collected to ensure PCI DSS compliance.
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Türk Elektrik Dağıtım Şirketi Ağ Güvenliğine Yeni Bir Enerji Sağlıyor

Turkish Deputy Energy Brings New Network Security
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CAME Group

CAME Group (CAME) provides automation systems for residential and industrial entrances, parking lots, and access control points. With 50 branches in 40 countries all networked with its corporate headquarters in Italy, CAME was uniquely challenged to provide a network architecture that ensured both secure network access and secure endpoints. Targeted attacks by malware, such as CryptoLocker, were frequently infiltrating servers and PCs, disrupting productivity and creating unpredictable remediation costs. Traditional antivirus software was ineffective in stopping such attacks. By deploying the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform with Next-Generation Firewalls, Threat Intelligence Cloud services, and Advanced Endpoint Protection, CAME successfully prevents cyberthreats from infiltrating endpoint devices and its network. Through consolidation, CAME is saving $2.5 million over three years, with an additional $250,000 in savings by eliminating remediation costs on endpoint devices. Moreover, the company now has uniform security policies enterprise-wide, with increased visibility and control over network traffic for improved bandwidth and application performance.
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Sielte

In its 90-year history, Sielte SpA has evolved from a pioneering telephone and electrical systems company in Italy to an international cloud-based information and communication technology (ICT) service provider. Today, Sielte has annual revenue of over €400 million with cloud operations spanning Italy, Spain, Romania and Nigeria. With 500 customers operating in its cloud, encompassing approximately 10,000 devices and a wide range of applications, Sielte must be constantly vigilant against cyberthreats. In fact, most of Sielte’s customers also struggle to contend with an ever more complex threat landscape and have begun demanding managed security services as part of the Sielte cloud offering. Increasing pressure from customers, combined with a breach to its previous Cisco firewall, prompted the company to immediately seek a new network security solution. After evaluating the market, Sielte conducted a proof of concept (POC) to compare Juniper Networks with the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, which consists of Next-Generation Firewalls, Threat Intelligence Cloud services, and Advanced Endpoint Protection. During the POC, the Palo Alto Networks platform detected an active cyberattack on Sielte’s network. This proved to be the deciding factor in the company’s final decision.
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Southern Cross Hospitals

Southern Cross Hospitals is New Zealand’s largest network of private surgical hospitals. To consistently deliver excellence in health services, Southern Cross Hospitals relies on a high performing, highly available information network to connect facilities across the country. By installing Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, Southern Cross Hospitals updated its security infrastructure to prevent sophisticated attacks, such as zero-day exploits, from compromising critical hospital systems.
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University of Portsmouth

The University of Portsmouth relies heavily on its network to support its academic mission. With the constant demand for reliable and high performance Internet services, coupled with the huge increase in devices connecting to Wi-Fi, the University upgraded its Janet link to 10GB to improve network responsiveness, improve security and expand services to faculty and students.
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Customer Spotlight: Hartmann

Brødrene Hartmann is a Danish corporation which produces moulded-fibre egg packaging. Hartmann is headquartered in Copenhagen, and has six factories, four in Europe, one in Israel and one in North America. Hartmann also develops and sells equipment and parts for the manufacturing of moulded-fibre packaging. In this video, Mogens Ole Jakobsen talks about the challenges a global company faces, the vendors Hartmann evaluated and how the decision to go with Palo Alto Networks was the best infrastructure decision he’s made in the last 8 years. Mogens also talks about how you will always be behind if you go for protection rather than prevention.
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University of Southampton

A research-intensive university with over 23,000 students, the University of Southampton is a leading entrepreneurial ­institution in the United Kingdom. When the University sought to significantly expand throughput to support an increase in students, improve network stability and services to users, heighten security, and lower IT management burdens, they ­selected Palo Alto Networks Nextwave Channel Program Platinum ASC CPSP Partner Khipu Networks, working with ­European ­Electronique under the NEUPC procurement framework, to partner with them to meet their long-term strategic goals.
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SunRice

SunRice was formed in 1950 when ricegrowers pooled their funds to establisha co-operative and built a rice mill inLeeton, a small town in New SouthWales, Australia. Today, the company hasgrown to become a $1 billion global foodbusiness supplying diverse and nutritiousfood products to more than 60 countries,including across Asia, the Pacific, MiddleEast and the United States. SunRiceemploys more than two thousand peopleacross its global operations and is widelyconsidered to be an Australian icon.SunRice is the quintessential “local kidmakes good” story. Officially knownas Ricegrowers Limited, SunRice hasblossomed into one of the world’s largestrice food companies while retaining itsroots in the Australian farming regionwhere it was founded in 1950.
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Schauinsland-Reisen

Schauinsland-Reisen is one of the most important travel service companies in Germany and Europe. The Reiseveranstalter is the 7th largest package tour operator in Germany. The medium-sized, independent Reiseveranstalter based in Duisburg currently offers more than 60 travel destinations, with more destinations being added. This nearly 100-year-old company with a team of 300+ provides excellent availability and customer service to its customers. This Customer Story is also available in German.
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Ascham School

Founded in 1886, Ascham School is a non-selective day and boarding school for girls located in Sydney, Australia. The framework for teaching and learning at Ascham is the Dalton Plan, which encourages students to take responsibility for and ownership of their own learning, supported closely by their teachers. Students in years 5–12 are involved in the Personal Device Program which allows them to bring a device of their choice to support their learning. The program offers students flexible access to technology-rich content to facilitate and support academic achievement and encourages students to personalize their use of technology.
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Brigham Young University - Hawaii

Brigham-Young University chose Palo Alto Networks to redesign its IT security infrastructure on a zero trust model with a next-generation firewall as the linchpin.
Santa Clara, CA
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State of Colorado

Colorado faces over 8MIL cyberthreats daily. Read how they've gained visibility and control with intelligent and automated prevention.
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UNIVEG Trade Italy

UNIVEG Trade Italy exports fresh fruits and vegetables to Northern Europe for the UNIVEG Group, a worldwide distributor of fresh produce, specializing in fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, and convenience products. Founded in 1969 and based near Verona, UNIVEG Trade Italy also imports overseas products and handles their sales throughout the Mediterranean, leveraging UNIVEG’s global transportation and logistics network for import and export activities.
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Nexon Asia Pacific

Nexon Asia Pacific is a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) that delivers infrastructure and software to provide secure connectivity and productivity applications, unified communications, business intelligence and continuity, and cloud services. Nexon’s 120 employees support small to medium to enterprise-sized customers in the retail, manufacturing, telephony, insurance, hospitality, health, and not-for-profit industries in Australia, Asia Pacific, the United States, and Europe.
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Lenovo Group

In this video, Tony Li, IT Security Director at Lenovo talks about the biggest security challenges the company faces, what types of threats come into their network and why they chose Palo Alto Networks.
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Samsonite

In this video Raphael Bytebier, Network Architect at Samsonite talks about how the company turned to Palo Alto Networks to meet the internal challenges of BYOD with the revolutionary Palo Alto Networks App-ID, Content-ID, and User-ID.
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Sinogrid

In this video, Russell Wu, CEO of Sinogrid Information Technology talk about the challenges Chinese businesses face in today's technology environment and how Palo Alto Networks helps them meet those challenges.
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IOOF

Ashutosh Kapse, IOOF Holdings talks about why IOOF chose the Palo Alto Networks platform to meet its cybersecurity challenges.
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Entsorgung Recycling Zurich

Entsorgung Recycling Zurich (ERZ) recycles waste for the city of Zurich, Switzerland. Every day, ERZ collects over 30,000 bags of waste, cleans the streets, sidewalks and parks, and cleans the waste water of the City of Zurich. With approximately 900 employees, ERZ Disposal and Recycling is the largest service department in the Civil Engineering and Waste Department of Zurich. German.
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Bugaboo International

Bugaboo International is a Dutch mobility company founded in 1999. The company’s headquarters is in Amsterdam with offices around the globe. Bugaboo manufactures baby strollers and accessories. In this video Bert Groot-Hulze talks about how Palo Alto Networks helps the company protect its intellectual property and secure mobile employees.
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Sandisk

SanDisk Corporation designs, develops and manufactures flash memory storage devices and software and is the third-largest manufacturer of flash memory in the world. In this video Scott Johanson discusses techniques that hackers use today and the benefit of using Palo Alto Networks.
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Kristin School

Kristin School was founded in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1973 by a dedicated group of parents, with the goal of building and developing a world-class independent school. "What we liked best about the Palo Alto Networks solution is that it naturally met our requirements, rather than being forced to fit. When we started, it was still a very new company, but Palo Alto Networks is mature for a new product, and delivers on need, not fanciful wants."
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Austrian Airlines

Austrian Airlines is Austria’s largest carrier and operates a global network of routes to around 130 destinations. The company’s hub at Vienna International Airport is an ideal gateway between East and West. Austrian Airlines is part of the Lufthansa Group, Europe’s largest airline group. This Customer Story is available in German.
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