Threat Prevention

Next-Generation Advanced Intrusion Prevention for Enterprises

Stop Advanced Threats!

While enterprises go beyond physical limits, network security is more important than ever. Resulting in fast-paced digital transformation, modern networks are getting faster so enterprises increasingly creating hybrid and cloud environments. Many of these are living in complex architecture by connecting multiple cloud providers, virtual environments, and physical infrastructure.

Today's adversaries are financially strong and well-equipped. They utilize evasive and complex attack scenarios to succeed in gaining a foothold in the network, launching sophisticated attacks while remaining hidden from traditional defenses by utilizing obfuscation, polymorphic malware, living off the land (LotL), and encryption to multi-phased payloads and fast-flux DNS.

To secure and monitor dynamic and agile networks enterprises need a best-class intrusion prevention system (IPS) that can observe and inspect full of data flowing through networks. Not only do IPS products consistently deliver visibility at the top of threat detection measures, but their scope of critical vulnerabilities findings are also not matched by others.

Today's IPS technologies protect your network against these threats by providing multiple layers of prevention, engaging threats at each stage of the attack. Modern threats require advanced detection methods. So organizations expect IPS platforms can intelligently secure networks against known and unknown threats, malware, DoS, zero-day attacks, ransomware, and other advanced threats.

Key Features and Benefits
  • High Scalable solution for dynamic environments
  • Gain visibility into attacks assured your organization is protected
  • Advanced Threat Prevention stops unknown malware and C2 attacks
  • Protocol decoder-based analysis
  • Protocol anomaly-based protection
  • SSL decryption to inspect network traffic
  • High Availability
  • Purpose-build Inline Machine Learning
  • Visibility into MITRE ATT&CK TTP mapping

Palo Alto Networks Threat Prevention solution is a best-in-class IPS platform that detects and prevents blended malware threats across the network, virtual environments, and cloud. It utilizes advanced detection and threat techniques, moving beyond traditional pattern matching to defend against multi-staged attack scenarios with a high level of accuracy.

Organizations face a storm of attacks from adversaries driven by different motives, including profit, political advantage, and hacktivism. Today's attackers are well-funded and well-equipped. They use evasive methods to gain footholds in victim networks and launch advanced attacks at a high scale. By leveraging sophisticated attack kill-chains to breach a network, they move laterally and exfil sensitive data, all while remaining invisible and persistent to traditional defenses.

Palo Alto Networks Threat Prevention solution protects your network by providing multiple layers of protection, confronting threats at each phase of an attack. Unlike to traditional solutions, Palo Alto Networks Advanced Threat Prevention stop unknown command and control (C2) inline—an industry first.

Collective global threat intelligence feeds significantly diminish the success rate of attacks by stopping them shortly after they are first encountered. Threat Prevention can speed the prevention of new unknown threats to near-real-time when paired with WildFire® malware prevention service for unknown file-based threats, and URL Filtering for web-borne attacks.

Palo Alto Networks VM-Series is based on a next-generation architecture designed to detect threats in the virtualized environment. It uses a variety of advanced inspection technologies— including full protocol analysis, threat reputation, behavior analysis, and advanced malware analysis—to detect and prevent both known and unknown attacks on the network.

For threat prevention to be useful, it must be implemented across all network layers, it must keep pace with the changing threat landscape with high throughput for all applications regardless of port, protocol, or encryption. It must also focus on defense to automatically stop threats instead of alert fatigue and noise that security teams may never investigate.

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