Aperture delivers a unique approach to securing sanctioned SaaS applications. Aperture provides complete visibly across all user, folder and file activity within the SaaS application providing detailed analysis and analytics on usage to prevent data risk and compliance violations. Even more importantly, it allows granular context-aware policy control within these SaaS applications to drive enforcement and quarantine of users and data as soon as a violation occurs.
Dylan Border from Fisher-Titus Medical Center, a nonprofit community hospital located in North Central Ohio, discusses how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform helps detect and prevent unknown cyberthreats. WildFire's proactive and automatic prevention of advanced and targeted attacks, helps give Fisher-Titus the insight and analytics to prevent future attacks.
Justin Flynn, Sales Engineering Manager at Burwood Group, a Palo Alto Networks partner and customer talks about consolidating on one platform, leveraging that platform for visibility and ease of management and doing everything possible to achieve prevention.
Hear Matthew McLimans, Sr. Network Security Engineer at Warren Rogers Associates discuss how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform deployed in Amazon Web Services (AWS) segments network traffic coming from thousands of remote data collection devices, prevents malicious traffic from infiltrating fuel system diagnostics and reporting systems, white-lists applications and services, and segments cardholder data to ensure PCI compliance in the company’s cloud-based data center.
Globally correlated threat intelligence and automatic, near real-time security updates create consistent protections across your entire network, endpoint and cloud – so you can prevent threats across the full attack lifecycle, stopping known threats instantly and unknown threats in minutes, instead of hours or days. This puts the largest collection of unknown malware data at your fingertips, allowing you to automatically turn analysis efforts for unique, targeted attacks into proactive protections.
From the smallest organization to the largest enterprise, public or private cloud, our prevention-focused, unified security platform, simply and pervasively deployed throughout your network, scales as your business needs grow.
Safely enable today's most important business applications, such as Microsoft® Office 365™. With extensive SaaS capabilities across our platform, you now have complete visibility and reporting, instant classification, and granular enforcement across users, folders and file activities – so you can protect the data inside your applications.
Welcome to the future of security. With new innovations and enhancements across the Palo Alto Networks® Next-Generation Security Platform, PAN-OS ® 7.1 brings you even greater scalability, visibility, agility, control, and breach prevention capabilities than ever.
Extend your breach prevention platform to users and applications by establishing comprehensive protection from credential theft and subsequent illicit use. With protection from phishing threats, proof of identity authentication, and precise enforcement of security policy, only our comprehensive platform protects your users anywhere, anytime, on any device.
In this video Robbie Walker and James Holland talk about how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform helps them educate the university population about making good decisions about risk, understand the nature of attacks, and meet the security challenges with a degree of agility and respond to issues as they occur in real time.
Brødrene Hartmann is a Danish corporation which produces moulded-fibre egg packaging. Hartmann is headquartered in Copenhagen, and has six factories, four in Europe, one in Israel and one in North America. Hartmann also develops and sells equipment and parts for the manufacturing of moulded-fibre packaging. In this video, Mogens Ole Jakobsen talks about the challenges a global company faces, the vendors Hartmann evaluated and how the decision to go with Palo Alto Networks was the best infrastructure decision he’s made in the last 8 years. Mogens also talks about how you will always be behind if you go for protection rather than prevention.