The Palo Alto firewalls are able to identify, control and safely enable applications whilst keeping an eye out for anything that looks a little suspicious, regardless of port, protocol, evasive tactic or SSL encryption, diligently scanning all content to stop threats in their path
and prevent data leakage.
The Palo Alto solution utilises three unique identification technologies that enable it to be a lot more intelligent than the traditional firewall solutions.
Palo Alto Networks Next Generation Firewalls Help Companies Address:
- Network Security
- Application Visibility
- Application Control
- Threat Security
- Device Consolidation
Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls are architected to safely enable applications and prevent modern threats. The PAN approach identifies all network traffic based on applications, users, content and devices, and lets you express your business policies in the form of easy-to-understand security rules.
Flexible deployment options and native integration with our next-generation platform extend the policy enforcement and cyberthreat prevention to everywhere your users and data are located: in your network, on your endpoints and in the cloud.
Palo Alto Networks offers superior architecture with superior benefits:
Complete visibility and precise control: Our next-generation firewalls provide complete visibility into all network traffic based on applications, users, content and devices.
Automated security: Innovative features reduce manual tasks and enhance your security posture, for example, by disseminating protections from previously unknown threats globally in near-real time, correlating a series of related threat events to indicate a likely attack on your network, and using dynamic address groups in security rules to avoid updating server IP addresses frequently.
Protection for your users and data everywhere: Our next-generation firewalls are natively integrated with our security platform, which prevents advanced and unknown cyberthreats no matter where the users and data are located: in your network, on your endpoints and in the cloud.