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New IoT Security Subscription

Unmanaged internet-of-things (IoT) and operational technology (OT) devices make up more than 30% of the devices on enterprise networks*. Organizations require these devices to enable their business, yet they cannot trust them. IoT devices pose immense cybersecurity risks as they are largely unregulated, often ship with vulnerabilities, and are network-connected with unfettered access.

Palo Alto Networks offers the industry’s first turnkey IoT security solution that allows you to manage and control the risk of IoT and OT devices on your network. Leveraging a machine learning-based approach to accurately identify and classify all unmanaged IoT devices, including those never seen before, their cloud-delivered IoT Security subscription uses crowdsourced data to identify anomalous activity, continually assess risk, and offer policy recommendations to improve security posture.

Combined with their industry-leading Machine Learning-Powered Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) platform, IoT Security can automatically enforce policies to reduce strain on your operations team and prevent all threats to keep devices safe, and it requires no additional infrastructure for an effortless deployment.

Key Capabilities include

  • Complete Device Visibility with ML-Based Discovery
  • Prioritize Risk with Continuous Vulnerability Assessments
  • Quickly Implement Policy with Automated Risk-Based Recommendations
  • Segment Devices and Reduce Risk with Built-In Enforcement

IoT Security is delivered as a new cloud-delivered security subscription that empowers your security teams to start reclaiming unmanaged IoT devices within minutes of its activation. Simply activate IoT Security for any form factor of your existing NGFW (PA-Series, VM-Series, or Prisma Access).

Please contact your local Exclusive Networks Account Manager to learn more about the new Palo Alto Networks IoT Security Subscription.

* “2020 Unit 42 IoT Threat Report,” Palo Alto Networks, March 10, 2020, https://unit42.paloaltonetworks.com/iot-threat-report-2020

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