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Wireless Networks Solution Brief

Enterprise mobility is changing the ways that people work and the devices they use. It’s also changing the network infrastructure needed to support the devices on business networks. Wireless interfaces are the network connectivity standard for tablets and smartphones, and even some laptops such as ultrabooks and the Apple MacBook Air. As a result, wireless networking is now ubiquitous. It’s found at corporate and branch offices everywhere, including at organizations that have taken conservative positions on wireless networking in the past, such as hospitals, banks, and government offices. With all of this rapid growth, questions arise on whether the proper security is in place to protect the traffic and keep it free of malfeasance and impropriety.

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Palo Alto Networks and NetWitness

Palo Alto Networks and NetWitness have partnered to provide unified security event analysis and resolution. The combined solution validates application execution, speeds incident investigation and eliminates wasted time navigating disparate systems.

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Palo Alto Networks and Solera Networks

Palo Alto Networks and Solera Networks are combining next generation firewalls with active network forensics to enable security administrators to “see” critical attacks, uncover their root cause and quickly adapt their infrastructure to prevent recurrence and mitigate risk.

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Palo Alto Networks and Arista Networks

Palo Alto Networks and Arista Networks have partnered to offer the highest performance next-generation firewall implementation in the industry. The modern data center has ever-increasing demands for throughput and performance, and the security infrastructure required to protect and segment the network must be able to meet those demands. The combination of Arista Networks’ Datacenter Switches along with Palo Alto Networks’ next-generation firewalls provides unmatched security in high-performance data centers without impacting throughput.

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Palo Alto Networks and Tufin

As organizations deploy multiple security solutions to safeguard corporate networks from wide-ranging threats, it becomes increasingly difficult to perform labor-intensive and error-prone tasks such as risk analysis, change management, auditing and compliance checks. Palo Alto Networks and Tufin® have partnered to help customers increase operational efficiency and reduce risk by intelligently automating firewall policy management.

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Palo Alto Networks and Enterasys Partnership

Enterprise Mobility and BYOD trends are causing significant disruption to traditional network security practices. The growth and diversity of mobile device usage combined with the requirement of anytime, anywhere access to applications and data, has presented significant operational challenges and security risk to the IT organization. Typical legacy enterprise LAN infrastructures were not architected with adequate management, visibility, and awareness necessary to adapt to today’s application security and mobile provisioning requirements.

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Verizon and Palo Alto Networks: Partnering for True Next-Generation Security Solutions

Verizon and Palo Networks have partnered to offer you the most advanced security technology combined with world-leading managed services.

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Palo Alto Networks and Plixer

Performance and accountability of Enterprise IT infrastructure has shifted from an incidental focus to real-time visibility for proactive monitoring and compliance mandates. Network security devices have traditionally posed a blind spot for network monitoring and management solutions by typically restricting output to basic network parameters such as NAT tables and traffic session. Palo Alto Networks breaks this barrier by providing unprecedented visibility of user and application usage information via Netflow, the industry standard protocol for network monitoring. Plixer’s™ Scrutinizer software collects and analyzes Netflow data to monitor and report on overall health of the network.

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Comparing Palo Alto Networks with IPS Products

Comparing next generation firewall technology with an IPS for application visibility and control.

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Palo Alto Networks and Nordic Edge

Palo Alto Networks and Nordic Edge have partnered to deliver a variety of different easy-to-use, reliable, and strong authentication methods.

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Palo Alto Networks and Avaya Partnership

Palo Alto Networks and Avaya™ have partnered to provide high-performance next-generation security solutions for data center networks. The mission critical data centers of today have no tolerance for disruptions in throughput or availability. At the same time, the threats imposed on data centers by modern malware require a security solution that has next-generation firewall intelligence.

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Palo Alto Networks and Network Critical

Learn how the Network Critical’s tap/bypass switch optimizes full-functionality of the Next-Generation Firewall without impacting latency or availability.

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Comparing Palo Alto Networks with Web Application Firewalls (WAF)

Comparison of next generation firewall technology with Web Application Firewalls (WAF).

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Palo Alto Networks and Net Optics

Palo Alto Networks and Net Optics have partnered to deliver a highly reliable and transparent threat prevention solution. In a high-availability network, the loss of a single device or power source must not be allowed to disrupt network connectivity. Adding a network security device to protect the network should not introduce any single point of failure. Combining Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall with Net Optics’ Bypass Switches provides the necessary full threat prevention transparently and without reducing reliability.

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Palo Alto Networks and Interface Masters Partnership

On mission critical network segments, customers may prefer to deploy a tap/bypass switch to maintain network continuity to mitigate the risks of scheduled or unscheduled downtime of an inline appliance for configuration changes, maintenance, or repair.

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