Educational institutions are evolving rapidly –

  • Meeting the needs of diverse student and faculty populations with diverse device, application and information needs.
  • Hosting and providing access to more digital data, by more constituents (faculty, staff, parents, teachers, alumni, students), in more locations than ever.
  • Acting as service providers in a way not previously thought possible
  • Managing, and thus needing to secure, larger data centers than large commercial institutions.
  • Feeling the brand impact of lower quality service by very vocal constituents.

Security plays a more critical role in these networks than ever.  Providing educational institutions with the ability to secure their assets – academic research, student, faculty, and alumni personal data, and other sensitive information – with the greatest flexibility and least impediment to the service levels their constituents demand is why more educational institutions entrust us with their security every day.  


University of Arkansas

University cut through complexity to strengthen security while enabling open network access for unrestricted learning

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Temple University

Premier university gets high marks in network security with next-generation protection and proactive services

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Alameda County Office of Education

Education service agency keeps the online learning environment safe and secure for students with the Palo Alto Networks Platform.

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National Taipei University of Technology

NTUT chose two PA-7000 Series with more than two expansion card versions, working in tandem with two existing PA-5050 systems to provide optimal security, scalability, and performance.

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California State University

Read how Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform met all the CSU’s key objectives with a single platform and single vendor solution.

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University of Southampton

A research-intensive university with over 23,000 students, the University of Southampton is a leading entrepreneurial ­institution in the United Kingdom. When the University sought to significantly expand throughput to support an increase in students, improve network stability and services to users, heighten security, and lower IT management burdens, they ­selected Palo Alto Networks Nextwave Channel Program Platinum ASC CPSP Partner Khipu Networks, working with ­European ­Electronique under the NEUPC procurement framework, to partner with them to meet their long-term strategic goals.

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