Palo Alto extends SASE security, performance features

Palo Alto extends SASE security, performance features

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With Prisma SASE 3.0 and the integrated browser, IT professionals will be able to monitor and mitigate threats in real time, and the workforce will be able to safely use any device to access any application, Oswal stated. Another benefit is the ability to quickly and securely onboard contractors and third parties, improving efficiency and lowering costs, Oswal stated.

In addition to the integrated browser, Prisma SASE 3.0 includes a new App Acceleration feature that can boost connection performance and improve the security and speed of connectivity with cloud-based applications up to 5 times faster than direct-to-Internet, Oswal stated. Palo Alto is working with an ecosystem of partners as part of the app acceleration capabilities.

“We are working with leading cloud service providers and enterprise applications, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Slack, ServiceNow, Google, Zoom and SAP, to empower our customers to leverage the performance-enhancing capabilities of App Acceleration while maintaining robust security,” Oswal stated.

As for AI enhancements, SASE 3.0 makes use of what Palo Alto says is a large language model-powered document classification system that employs context-aware machine learning models melded with natural language capabilities. The idea is to increase the accuracy of ML behavioral analytics to monitor and protect where sensitive data resides and travels, Oswal stated.

“This technology complements our existing out-of-the-box data profiles, which leverage a wide range of classification techniques for regulatory and compliance needs. This enhanced classification capability further enhances our DLP solution to help keep customer data secure,” Oswal stated.


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