Idaptive is joining forces with Palo Alto Networks to launch Intelligent MFA on Cortex. With Idaptive Next-Gen Access Cloud, organi-zations can leverage data from Cortex Data Lake to analyze event-level data and make more precise, risk-based access decisions. For example, you can now use events Cortex captures to dynamically adjust risk profiles for individual users and enforce more stringent authentication policies for high-risk access requests. Together, Palo Alto Networks and Idaptive provide more accurate and autonomous security by allowing you to constantly evolve your defenses in a seamless, frictionless way.
This is a pubic facing PDF that highlights 2 main things: 1) how we define a workload in RedLock and examples across cloud service provider and 2) a feature comparison between the biz and enterprise editions
Palo Alto Networks® PA-3200 Series of next-generation firewalls comprises the PA-3260, PA-3250 and PA-3220, all of which are targeted at high-speed internet gateway deployments. The PA-3200 Series secures all traffic, including encrypted traffic, using dedicated processing and memory for networking, security, threat prevention and management.
The rapid adoption of cloud services, along with an increasing number of cloud infrastructure and platform services, has created an explosion in complexity and unmanaged risk. While IaaS providers deliver basic configuration and risk assessment capabilities, they only address their own services, which doesn’t account for the hybrid and multi-cloud capabilities that most enterprises require. And although the underlying cloud provider infrastructure is secure, most enterprises don’t have the processes, tooling maturity or scale to use the cloud securely.
Your organization’s approach to cybersecurity can either securely enable your business to innovate and make use of transformational technologies, like the cloud, or it can introduce unnecessary risk and complexity. In this era of advanced threats and mega-breaches, organizations face an increasingly sophisticated adversary, aided by automation and the power of the cloud. Those companies still relying on largely manual methods to deal with such threats are now seeking ways to adjust to the changing landscape.
Palo Alto Networks® engaged independent data privacy risk management provider TrustArc® to review and document the data flows and practices described in this datasheet. The purpose of this document is to provide customers of Palo Alto Networks with information needed to assess the impact of this service on their overall privacy posture by detailing how personal information may be captured, processed and stored by and within the service.
HONG KONG – March 28, 2019 – Palo Alto Networks, the global cybersecurity leader, has announced the availability of three significant advancements aimed at harnessing the power of advanced AI and machine learning.
The world you need to secure continues to expand as both users and applications shift to locations outside the traditional network perimeter. Security teams face challenges with maintaining visibility into network traffic and enforcing security policies to stop threats. Traditional technologies used to protect mobile endpoints, such as host endpoint antivirus software and remote access VPN, are not capable of stopping the advanced techniques employed by today’s more sophisticated attacker.
GlobalProtect™ network security client for endpoints, from Palo Alto Networks®, enables organizations to protect the mobile workforce by extending the Next-Generation Security Platform to all users, regardless of location. It secures traffic by applying the platform’s capabilities to understand application use, associate the traffic with users and devices, and enforce security policies with next-generation technologies.
HONG KONG, 28 March 2019 -- Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW), the global cybersecurity leader, and HKT, Hong Kong’s premier telecommunications service provider, today jointly announced the launch of Endpoint Threat Protection Service by Threat Management Services. The new online defensive service utilizes the technology of Palo Alto Networks Traps™ for endpoint protection and response to protect organizations in Hong Kong against sophisticated cyberthreats.
Security breaches are a fact of life, and prevention efforts never offer a 100 percent guarantee. Many organizations still focus primarily on prevention—but what happens after a breach? Can you quickly find out what exactly happened, which data was affected, and how the breach was stopped? Insufficient logging often makes it difficult to identify the root cause. When a breach happens, everything in your entire organization is in scope, and you need to respond quickly