Thanks to the technologies they’ve acquired from Cyvera, and Morta Security, the Palo Alto Networks platform will become the first commercial system to provide network defenders which have the ability to set policy for detection and blocking all the way down the Kill Chain, including the host, and laterally across the network using one simple interface.
Palo Alto is offering this service to businesses at a fraction of the cost to deploy equivalent point products from a conga line of security vendors that is the norm for today’s cyber security solutions. Basically, Palo Alto is offering a premium service that few can provide at an unprecedented reduced rate.
Advanced organisations like the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) and the Financial Sector Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) have moved toward a Kill Chain Model, and Palo Alto is at the frontier of cyber security and online system protection.
Palo Alto Networks was founded in 2005 by Nir Zuk, the principal developer of the first stateful inspection firewall and the first intrusion prevention system. Zuk saw his employees unable to use modern applications safely which fuelled the created on his first firewall in 2007. Since then, Palo Alto Networks have earned global acknowledgement including being crowned a leader in enterprise firewalls by Gartner Magic Quadrant three years running.
See for yourself the work that Palo Alto Networks has done, and what they will deliver in cyber security in the future. Palo Alto Networks will join Cirrus Networks for one day only to educate businesses on how they can disrupt adversaries working their way through the Cyber Kill Chain, and how they can plan to protect their infrastructure and their future.