Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks (PAN) is the next-generation security company, leading a new era in cybersecurity by safely enabling all applications and preventing advanced threats from achieving their objectives for tens of thousands of organizations around the world. Focusing on a game-changing security platform and uniquely integrating their Next-Generation Firewall, Advanced Endpoint Protection, and Threat Intelligence Cloud they aim to bring an end to the era of cybersecurity breeches.

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Our Partnership

Our relationship with Palo Alto Networks started in 2010 before they were a mainstay in the public forum. The difference in their security platform was noticeable as it had been built from the ground up and challenged the traditional technologies such as stateful inspection firewalls, Unified Threat Managers (UTM), or endpoint security. At its core Palo Alto Networks specializes in analyzing and enabling applications instead of applying port based firewall policies. It is one integrated platform and not a combination of bolt on or software based solutions and the holistic picture really attracted to this technology partnership.

The need for a Next Generation Firewall increased as Cloud adoption and dynamic applications hit the market. Palo Alto Networks allowed us to present a brilliantly simple yet powerful security platform that could increase protection for our customers. This revolutionized the way customers and vendors looked at securing the network.

The other security vendors have realized the power and truth behind this framework and are now trying to replicate the Next Generation Firewall capabilities. With this platform, organizations can confidently pursue a digital-first strategy as they implement key technology initiatives within the cloud and increasingly mobile networks, while maintaining complete visibility and control, to protect their most valued data assets and critical control systems.

Where we can help you:

  • Complete Data Centre to Edge Security.
  • Endpoint Protection.
  • Stopping Zero Day Attacks.
  • Protecting your data in the cloud.
  • Inter Virtual Machine (VM) to Virtual Machine (VM) traffic security.
  • DDOS protection.
  • Setting up a secure Virtual Private Network (VPN).
  • Applying Access Control.

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