This reference document links the technical design aspects of the Google Cloud Platform with Palo Alto Networks solutions and then explores several technical design models. The design models include a model with all instances in a single project to enterprise-level operational environments that span across multiple projects using Shared VPC.
Palo Alto Networks Prisma Cloud is available in two deployment models - SaaS (Prisma Cloud Enterprise Edition) and Self Hosted (Prisma Cloud Compute Edition). Each edition provides unique capabilities and coverage. This guide will help customers choose the right edition.
For more information on Prisma Cloud edition pricing, please read the Prisma Cloud Enterprise Edition Pricing Guideand the Prisma Cloud Compute Edition Pricing Guide.
In this brief, learn about the integrated approach Prisma Cloud takes to enable SecOps and Devops teams to safely accelerate cloud native application deployment using identity-powered microsegmentation across private and public clouds.
Perhaps best known for its role in consumer credit ratings, Experian operates as a technology company, helping its clients manage and analyze massive amounts of financial data. The company is focused on integrating and standardizing technology across the organization, creating building blocks that would streamline global application development, and in turn help them better service their global customers.
It is important for the company to get a single view of their organizational risks. It was also clear that they needed a security partner to help move at the speed they needed to maintain innovation. Read the case study to learn how Prisma Cloud, the Cloud Native Security Platform, provides Experian with a unified view of security and compliance posture across the full cloud native stack, making life a lot easier for everyone involved.
Cloud security demands agility and flexibility in the face of an expanded threat surface and disparate teams. Cortex XSOAR primes users for fast and standardized cloud security through multi-source ingestion of cloud data and playbooks that coordinate and automate incident response actions across cloud and on-premises environments.
Get your copy of the Executive Summary of the research report for a quick overview of exclusive insights from security and DevOps leaders on the forefront of the cloud and cloud native security ecosystem as they unveil what’s happening in cloud native security today and what’s working best for organizations.
Prisma Cloud for Microsoft Azure dynamically discovers cloud resource changes and continuously correlates raw, siloed data sources including user activity, resource configurations, network traffic, threat intelligence, and vulnerability feeds to provide a complete view of public cloud risk.
As organizations shifted to a primarily remote workforce, the security of the network has become increasingly more important. Many have begun looking to the increasingly popular Zero Trust strategy as a means to secure networks and prevent data loss. But how do you translate a strategy, and something that has become a popular cybersecurity buzzword, into a practical implementation? Join Nir Zuk as he discusses different deployment scenarios for Zero Trust, and considerations for technology used in Zero Trust environments.
Experian operates as a technology company, helping its clients manage and analyze massive amounts of data. Looking to consolidate disparate security tools across CSPs and manage risk at-speed to support a global DevSecOps pipeline, Prisma Cloud provides Experian with a unified view of security and compliance posture across their cloud environments and full cloud native stack, making life a lot easier for everyone involved.
Learn how to use the Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls to secure connectivity between public and private clouds. Understand the different connectivity models between public and private cloud and how to secure them.
Describes how you can use automation along with the elements of the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform to increase the speed, consistency, quality, and reliability of the tasks they perform
In this eBook, we take a look at the fundamentals of container security and break down what every organization needs to know to ensure their containers—and their container environments—are secure from breaches, malware and other bad actors.