Complete cloud-delivered security
Complete cloud-delivered security

Prisma Access 2.0 is the only solution that protects all apps with best-in-class security while delivering an exceptional user experience.


Don’t Settle for Incomplete Security

Prisma® Access 2.0: The industry’s only complete cloud-delivered security platform

Firewall as a service (FWaaS)

Purpose-built for SASE

Networking and security delivered from the cloud
SASE For Dummies®

Protection for all app traffic

Ensure secure access to all apps and protect against all threats to reduce your risk of a data breach.

Complete, best-in-class security

Benefit from a single cloud-delivered platform that provides more security coverage than any other solution.

Exceptional user experience

Provide users with consistent security while enhancing productivity with an optimal digital experience.

More than secure enough

The industry’s only complete cloud-delivered security platform.
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  • Reduction in data breaches
  • More security updates
  • Faster performance

Prisma Access delivers ROI

Forrester TEI spotlight report shows Prisma Access provides a Return on Investment of up to 247%.

Case Study

Maintaining business continuity during a pandemic


Global oilfield services company Schlumberger needed to scale to support 80,000 users in a matter of days when COVID-19 shelter in place orders were enforced.


With Prisma Access, Schlumberger was able to scale from 25,000 users to 80,000 users in a matter of days to ensure business continuity.

  • Prisma Access
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Case Study

Securing a remote electronic manufacturing workforce


Flex needed to enable a unified approach to combat cyberthreats with strong network security and extend central security policies to remote workers.


With Prisma Access, Flex applies consistent security policies across its network and global workforce, preventing malware from spreading from home users to the network or laterally across the network.

  • Prisma Access + Cortex XSOAR
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