A typical enterprise deploys more than 30 different security products from a variety of different vendors. These products can be difficult or impossible to integrate, and this disconnected approach creates silos and blind spots that can lead to overlooking critical threats. This is especially true with endpoint security software, where many organizations have long-standing relationships with a favorite vendor. It can seem daunting or unnecessary to consider a different approach, but what might you be missing when you’re not able to see the big picture?

Read this IDC white paper to learn why endpoint protection and network security should share a common design architecture to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of your organization’s security.


 

URL Filtering At-A-Glance

Learn how we provide safe web browsing with our URL Filtering service Reduce the risk of infection from dangerous websites and protect users and data from malware and credential-phishing pages Protection across the attack lifecycle through integration with WildFire and the Next-Generation Security Platform Keep protections synchronized with the latest threat intelligence through our cloud-based URL categorization for phishing, malware and undesired content Full visibility and threat inspection into normally opaque web traffic through granular control over SSL decryption
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Combine Network and Endpoint Security for Better Visibility, Protection, and Enforcement

This paper examines the changing threat landscape and highlights the importance of best-in-class endpoint protection working in lockstep with other security products to create coordinated and comprehensive enterprise security. Palo Alto Networks Traps advanced endpoint protection provides superior endpoint threat prevention as well as bridges the gap between endpoint security and network security, augmenting next-generation firewalls to provide stronger defense with fewer resources.
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Breaking the Cyber Attack Lifecycle

The Enterprise Security Platform from Palo Alto Networks helps companies remain agile against advanced attacks and defend enterprises against cyber criminals.
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Cybersecurity Reference Blueprint for Financial Services IT

Learn how financial institutions may prevent successful cyberattacks by incorporating various elements of the Palo Alto Networks security operating platform into their overall cybersecurity program.
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Protect Medical Devices

Protect Medical Devices
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Government Use Case: Protect Endpoints

A real-world example and explanation of how a government agency achieved better protection and visibility of their computers and servers with Palo Alto Networks.
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