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Threat Prevention for Government Networks

The Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform works proactively to reduce your cyber risk posture and defend your network against newly evolving threats.

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8 Imperatives for Governments to Defeat Advanced Threats

Advanced attacks are organized campaigns that leverage multiple techniques. Don’t be the government organization flying blind to attacks against your organization.

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Next-Generation Security For State and Provincial Governments

Discover how Palo Alto Networks helps solve state and provincial government security challenges.

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At a Glance Automated Correlation Engine

Palo Alto Networks Automated Correlation Engine continuously scrutinizes firewall events and correlates indicators of compromise on your network.

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Next-Generation Security Platform At-A-Glance

With a prevention-first architecture based on Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, you can safely enable your organization’s critical operations.

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VMware NSX With Next-Generation Security From Palo Alto Networks

While organizations have gained operational flexibility and lowered data center costs by deploying virtualization solutions, the true promise of a secure, agile, extensible, and flexible private cloud continues to be elusive. One of the key barriers is the ability to deploy security services at the same pace as virtual machine deployments without compromising the level of protection needed. VMware and Palo Alto Networks have partnered to address these challenges.

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Next-Generation Security Platform for Government

Palo Alto Networks meets the cybersecurity needs of its government customers by providing a future-proof platform for all threat types for IT and OT networks.

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Security Platform for Healthcare Providers

Palo Alto Networks® enterprise security platform is well suited for healthcare providers. Our ability to provide full visibility into all network traffic based on application (App-ID™), users (User-ID™) and content (Content-ID™) enables your security staff to rapidly assess the current state of your information and network security without any disruption to daily operations. You can discover where the organization is most at risk and make informed decisions about where to implement tighter controls. This Solution Brief available in Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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Safely Enable Your SaaS Applications

The use of SaaS applications is creating gaps in security visibility and new risks for threat propagation, data leakage and regulatory noncompliance. See how Aperture can help.

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Replacing Traditional Remote Access VPN With GlobalProtect

This solution brief provides an overview for using GlobalProtect as remote access VPN.

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Neutralizing Credential Theft and Abuse

Find out why the best practices for passwords aren’t always effective, and what you can do to protect your data and users from phishing and credentials-based attacks.

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Extended Application-Layer Visibility Across Multiple Mobile Network Peering Points

Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform includes features that enhance application-layer protection and visibility across all network peering points.

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Next-Generation Security for Local Governments

Palo Alto Networks meets the security needs of local governments by automatically preventing cyberthreats and controlling access to sensitive data.

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Next-Generation Security for Lower Education/K-12 Districts and Schools

Keeping students and their data safe, while maintaining a modern and engaging learning environment, is a delicate balance. Read this brief to discover how Palo Alto Networks meets the security needs of schools and school districts by preventing cyberthreats across cloud, network and endpoint devices while granting administrators granular visibility and control over users and their actions.

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Next-Generation Security for Higher Education Institutions

Higher education institutions must balance academic openness with protecting personal and financial information and valuable intellectual property. It’s another balancing act to maintain continuous, high-bandwidth access to resources while blocking threats that could damage the institution’s reputation. Read this brief to discover how Palo Alto Networks meets the security needs of higher education institutions by automatically preventing cyberthreats across cloud, network and endpoint devices at network speeds, as well as keeping sensitive data safe by administering granular security policies based on users, applications and content.

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AirWatch Palo Alto Networks Integration Solution Brief

Read how Palo Alto Networks and AirWatch have partnered to provide unique, integrated security for protecting the mobile workforce.

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Palo Alto Networks & Vectra Networks

Palo Alto Networks and Vectra Networks provide our customers with increased visibility and synchronized protection to effectively combat today’s advanced threats.

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The Value of the Next-Generation Security Platform

See how the Next-Generation Security Platform has helped customers improve their security posture and reduce their total cost of ownership.

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EU Cybersecurity-Related Legislation:
Why Companies Should Care

How do companies in Europe manage cybersecurity risks? Get the Executive Advisory Report: European Union Cybersecurity-Related Legislation to find out.

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LogicMonitor

LogicMonitor’s automated SaaS performance monitoring platform provides IT Ops teams with end-to-end visibility and actionable metrics to manage infrastructures.

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Credential Theft Solution Brief

Learn how to prevent the risk of credential theft in a comprehensive manner with Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform.

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Wildfire SOC 2 Certification

Palo Alto Networks® strives to protect our way of life in the digital age by safely enabling applications and ensuring that customer data is secure, everywhere. As a leading cybersecurity company, we are focused on both the security and privacy of our customers, and we have developed our Next-Generation Security Platform from the ground up to support both. Download this document to learn more on WildFire SOC2 certification.

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Best Practices in SaaS Security

Learn how Palo Alto Networks can help to secure SaaS applications so they don’t become a breeding ground for data leakage and malware.

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The Advantages of User Awareness in Public-sector Network Security

To serve their citizens, federal/national, state and local governments must gather, create, or process sensitive information. As various high-profile breaches have demonstrated, this data is not sufficiently protected, particularly from the insiders whose actions are responsible for the majority of public sector security incidents. Traditional network security focuses on detecting outsiders attempting to steal data or disrupt network operations, but does little to monitor or limit the actions of legitimate users that make mistakes or deliberately misuse data. User and directory controls verify legitimate users, but they won't prevent accidental disclosure of sensitive data, exfiltration of sensitive data by legitimate users, or insiders with stolen credentials from accessing data. Preventing security incidents and protecting government information requires a comprehensive, organization-wide access approach that can accommodate the context of individual users, the data they need access to, and the limits on what they can do with that data. The Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform prevents security incidents while fully enabling user productivity by granting access contextually to those who need it, and denying it to all others. This, coupled with denying all applications that are not needed by the organization, immediately reduces a government organization’s threat posture.

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3 Steps to Taking Control of SaaS Apps

When it comes to the use of software as a service (SaaS) applications within your organization, what you don’t know can hurt you. Like wolves in sheep’s clothing, unsanctioned or uncontrolled SaaS apps are probably sitting on your network right now, seemingly harmless and unobtrusive, enabling users to collaborate and do their jobs more productively. That is, until suddenly and without warning, they begin wreaking all sorts of havoc on your business, including data exposure, malware distribution and insertion, information leakage, and regulatory non-compliance.

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Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation

The U.S. Government’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program “support(s) … government-wide and agency-specific efforts to provide adequate, risk-based, and cost-effective cybersecurity.” The CDM program is designed to roll out in three phases. This white paper describes how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, in combination with select technology and delivery partners, supports all three CDM phases and enables agencies to achieve the security objectives of the program.

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Enable High Availability

With the emergence of an application-driven economy and the persistent risk of cyberattacks, enterprises large and small are finding it critical to maintain highly available and continuous next-generation security protection for their network infrastructure.

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3 Ways to Maximize Your Panorama™ Deployment

You chose Panorama™ to enhance management functionality, improve visibility across your deployment of next-generation firewalls, and streamline your rule base. But you could take advantage of some additional benefits by slightly changing the way you have deployed the product. Let’s explore how you can get the most out of your Panorama deployment.

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NSS Labs 2016 NGFW Test Report

The 2016 NSS NGFW Product Analysis Report shows the Palo Alto Networks PA-7050 achieving a 95.8% security effectiveness rating and successfully passing all security tests.

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Best Practices: Inspecting Encrypted Traffic

This document outlines Palo Alto Networks methodology for selectively decrypting traffic and our best practices for balancing risk and user privacy.

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