Adapt­ing TO THE CLOUD

Next-gen se­cu­rity plat­form ar­rives in time as PH adopts cloud-first pol­icy

HWM (Philippines) - - Bulletin -

Next-gen­er­a­tion se­cu­rity com­pany and Cy­ber Threat Al­liance found­ing mem­ber Palo Alto Net­works re­cently an­nounced that it has in­tro­duced 70 new cloud and Saas fea­tures to its NextGen­er­a­tion Se­cu­rity Plat­form.

The new ad­vance­ments ex­tend the abil­ity for or­ga­ni­za­tions to safely en­able ap­pli­ca­tions, pre­vent suc­cess­ful cy­ber­at­tacks, sim­plify se­cu­rity op­er­a­tions, and se­curely em­brace the cloud.

New ad­vance­ments in­cluded in the Palo Alto Net­works plat­form op­er­at­ing system such as PAN-OS ver­sion 8.0, Aper­ture Saas se­cu­rity ser­vice, and new Vm-se­ries vir­tual fire­wall mod­els ad­dress se­cu­rity needs by ex­tend­ing pro­tec­tions from phys­i­cal net­works to the cloud.

“The ad­vance­ments made to the lat­est ver­sion of PAN-OS 8.0 ad­dress some of the key chal­lenges cus­tomers in the Philip­pines face in their dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tion jour­ney. We pro­vide a holis­tic ap­proach in sup­port of poli­cies and pro­grams in place to pre­vent suc­cess­ful cy­ber­at­tacks. We help se­cure cy­berspace so cloud com­put­ing can flour­ish unim­peded and all stake­hold­ers can re­al­ize the prom­ises of dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tion,” said Kelvin Chin, Country Man­ager of the Philip­pines, In­done­sia, and Viet­nam, Palo Alto Net­works.

Veer­ing away from the tra­di­tional de­tect-and-re­spond ap­proaches, cloud-only se­cu­rity ca­pa­bil­i­ties, and siloed point prod­ucts that of­fer lim­ited func­tion­al­ity and lack threat con­text from the net­work edge or at the user in­ter­face, Palo Alto Net­works’ Next-gen­er­a­tion Se­cu­rity Plat­form de­liv­ers rich con­text from mul­ti­ple points across all IT en­vi­ron­ments to pro­vide con­sis­tent levels of vis­i­bil­ity, man­age­ment, and se­cu­rity con­trols re­gard­less of data lo­ca­tion. Dis­cover more at www.paloal­tonet­

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