Palo Alto Networks Prisma

The journey to the cloud presents two fundamental security challenges: how to enable users to access the cloud securely; and how to secure applications deployed in the cloud. The current approach to cloud security involves the use of dozens of disparate point products, which increases cost and complexity for organizations and ultimately exposes them to unnecessary risk. That’s the old way.

Palo Alto Networks Prisma takes a different approach, securing the cloud from the inside out by providing the most comprehensive cloud security in the industry. With Prisma, organizations can protect their users, applications and data, regardless of where they’re located

Prisma

Prisma Access A secure access service edge (SASE) that connects and protects mobile users, branch offices and retail locations, anywhere in the world.

Prisma SaaS A SaaS application security product that provides data protection, governance and compliance to safely enable organizations to adopt SaaS.

Prisma Cloud A cloud native security platform that provides comprehensive visibility, threat prevention, compliance assurance and data protection consistently across multi-cloud environments.

VM-Series A virtualized Next-Generation Firewall that delivers inline network security and threat prevention across private and public cloud environments.

eGuide: Top 10 Public Cloud Security Recommendations

The move to the public cloud is the biggest computing paradigm to unfold since the early 2000s, when the internet boom first exploded. According to the 451 Group®, enterprise IT executives expect 60 percent of workloads will run in the cloud by 2018.1 Driving this growth are greater agility and scalability, higher performance, and faster access to innovative technologies, all of which enable organisations to gain a competitive edge.

Top 10 Public Cloud Security Recommendations

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