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Rinto Anto
Real User
Module Lead
Nov 13 2017

What is most valuable?

Its Wi-Fi feature actually attracted me a lot. Also, sandboxing can be done.

How has it helped my organization?

Basically, on the server side, it alerts me to threats. We are working to begin reporting on this. It affects me a lot.

What needs improvement?

Some bugs, which will be rectified by Palo Alto in the next update.

Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

I used to use ASA, which is now owned by Cisco. I feel Palo Alto is more advanced and has better features than ASA.

What other advice do I have?

It is one of the best services out there.

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

Yeah, I checked out other products, like Fortigate and Firepower. When we compared Palo Alto and FortiGate, the word from the community, which I came to know, was FortiGate was not stable. Though Palo… more»

What is Palo Alto Networks Threat Prevention?

Threats do not discriminate between application delivery vectors, requiring an approach that has full visibility into all application traffic, including SSL encrypted content, with full user context. Threat Prevention leverages the visibility of our next-generation firewall to inspect all traffic, automatically preventing known threats, regardless of port, protocol or SSL encryption.

Palo Alto Networks Threat Prevention customers

University of Arkansas, JBG SMITH, SkiStar AB, TRI-AD, Temple University, Telkom Indonesia

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