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Prisma Access Extended with New SD-WAN and DLP Capabilities

Palo Alto Networks has announced new cloud-delivered software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) and data loss prevention (DLP) capabilities in Prisma Access, the industry’s most comprehensive secure access service edge (SASE) platform.

With the introduction of new SD-WAN features and a DLP service, Palo Alto Networks is both enhancing the Prisma Access platform and extending its industry-leading SASE capabilities:

  • New Prisma Access SD-WAN service:
    With this release, Palo Alto Networks is delivering a simple, reliable and secure end-to-end SD-WAN infrastructure, with Prisma Access operating as the cloud-based SD-WAN hub and next-generation firewalls operating as the SD-WAN appliances in the branch.
  • New cloud-based management user interface:
    Palo Alto Networks is introducing a reimagined workflow-based interface, delivered as a service from the cloud, to simplify the process of configuring and managing SASE.
  • New SaaS-service-level-agreements:
    Prisma Access is the only cloud-delivered SASE offering that guarantees the performance of SaaS application access, extending the existing uptime and security processing performance SLAs.
  • New advanced DLP service:
    The new advanced DLP service for Prisma Access helps mitigate the risk of data exfiltration and non-compliance by discovering, monitoring and protecting sensitive data. The new DLP engine will initially support Prisma Access and Prisma SaaS to detect data in motion over the network and at rest in public cloud storage locations.

Availability

Prisma Access, SD-WAN, cloud-based management UI and new SaaS SLAs are available now. DLP is available for evaluation. For more information, please visit https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/prisma/access.


Please contact your local Exclusive Networks Account Manager for more information on Prisma Access and the Palo Alto Networks portfolio.

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