The leading global advertising technology (AdTech) organisation Teads is using Palo Alto Networks Prisma Cloud to help its developers and infrastructure teams secure their cloud-native applications, ultimately delivering comprehensive security from code to cloud.
A standardized, connected Palo Alto Networks portfolio of security solutions enables MediaMarktSaturn Retail Group to see across its large, complex environment – and proactively prevent security threats.
Prisma Cloud also helps Pokémon bridge the gap between InfoSec and DevOps teams with simplified security, real-time alert reporting, and automated configuration management.
Evidence of Playtika’s cybersecurity strategy success is everywhere. By standardising on a frictionless Palo Alto Networks portfolio, this leading global gaming company are transforming their security posture, agility, and efficiency
Europe’s leading consumer electronics retailer is selling safely with Palo Alto Networks. A standardised, connected Palo Alto Networks portfolio enables MediaMarktSaturn Retail Group to see everything across its large, complex environment – and proactively prevent any threat.
A primary challenge that needed to be addressed was the extensive visibility delivered with Prisma Cloud, which in turn, can produce significant alerting noise. The organization wanted to maintain tight control of its alerting volumes through proactive policy management.
The leading global advertising technology (AdTech) organisation Teads is using Palo Alto Networks Prisma Cloud to help its developers and infrastructure teams secure their cloud-native applications, ultimately delivering comprehensive security from code to cloud. This powerful, agile, and extensible cloud security platform is also helping Teads shift security left, integrating security checks from an early stage of the software development lifecycle.
With support from Palo Alto Networks, Registers of Scotland is modernising more than 400 years of registry recordkeeping with cloud security.
The Palo Alto Networks solution suite streamlines policies, simplifies governance, and builds a roadmap for an autonomous SOC.
Vesalius’ medical applications and patient data are in safe hands with Palo Alto Networks. A connected network and endpoint security portfolio enables this leading Belgian hospital to manage risk across a diverse healthcare threat landscape, focus on delivering better patient outcomes, and transform security productivity.
Resolution Life Australasia turned to Palo Alto Networks for a unified cybersecurity platform upholding the trust placed in them by their customers.
A comprehensive, data-centered approach across users, applications, and infrastructure
Registers of Scotland is on target to achieve its ambitious digital objectives faster with support from the Palo Alto Networks portfolio.
On being appointed Chief Information Security Officer of Aramis Group, one of the first calls Philippe Faure made was to Palo Alto Networks.
Prisma Cloud addresses vulnerabilities quicker, prioritises risk, and eliminates blind spots across the application lifecycle.
“I would advocate for all organizations to explore Prisma Cloud. We always work with clean base images – and that is a vital step in speeding up the development lifecycle. This full stack, full lifecycle security platform is proven to deliver.”
“With Prisma Cloud, Skedulo is now able to assess the right things at the right time and prioritize risk, instead of tying up valuable resources manually investigating vulnerabilities.”
“I needed a one-stop shop to be able to manage the configurations. ... Prisma Cloud has definitely enabled me to centralize and automate reporting and alert management, and take on this huge task by myself, thereby freeing up a lot of time for me to do other critical work.”
“Prisma Cloud provides us with the visibility and control to confidently secure our cloud transformation. Beyond visibility, the integration of features set Prisma Cloud apart. It’s not ideal to manage five, ten, or more security tools. One consolidated tool is easier and far more cost-effective.”