Adapting TO THE CLOUD
Next-gen security platform arrives in time as PH adopts cloud-first policy
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.paloaltonetworks.com.