8:18 pm, May 25, 2015

The Next Generation Cyber Security Experts

Palo Alto Networks Inc. is proud to meet the cyber security needs of the U.S. government. Our government customers include the intelligence community, defense and civilian sectors. We serve these agencies in the following areas:

• Protection at the department, mission, function and network perimeter - this includes verifying the legitimacy of users and the applications that they use;
• Protection of Data Center operations for both "north-south" and "east-west" traffic;
• Protection for the mobile environment.

With an innovative approach to cyber security to thwart both known and unknown threats, including APTs, we provide the right solution for the right area of your network - including virtual form factor platforms for some of the most demanding data center environments.


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