Palo Alto Networks WildFire Room for Improvement

Girish Vyas
Architect - Cloud Serviced at a comms service provider with 11-50 employees
There are certain changes that I was expecting in the previous version, and I hope that they are soon fixed. Their database has good Information over threats because of Unit42 however there is a serious competition to the product from Cisco ThreatGrid and Umbrella I don't think there are any major features that are different from Palo Alto versus their competitors but with time the PA needs to improvise on products and threat feed if it needs to be the leader View full review »
SridharSingh
Associate Director at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
As a firewall and 360 degrees of security, there needs to be more maturity. And, the industry is currently moving towards automation and orchestration. I would like to see more of this in the product. They are part of the future roadmap to AI (Artificial Intelligence). View full review »
Net32SysAd92
Network System Administrator at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
They should make their user interface a little more user-friendly. View full review »
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Itnetw355
IT Network Consultant Engineer - Projects and ICT Infrastructure Services at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Other vendors have some sort of bandwidth management built into the firewall itself and Palo Alto is missing that. If there was anything extra for the endpoint security and VNC that would be good, but again it's coming with Palo Alto and must come with some additional cost. View full review »
reviewer818484
Information Security Officer at a government with 501-1,000 employees
I would like to see them continue their developmental roadmap for the product. View full review »
Bachir Elsitt
Network Security Engineer at Data Consult
The VPN and decryption need improvement. View full review »
Ahmed Ismail
Security Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I do not find it as secure as other solutions. Furthermore, the cloud-based solutions are still not legally available in countries like Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Russia. Some countries do not allow the service according to country obligations. They can not use the cloud services for government offices. So, Wildfire is not allowed in several locations. I think it would be nice for Palo Alto to work without the connection to the cloud. It is 100% powerful when connected to the cloud. But, if you disconnect from the cloud, you only get 40-50% power. View full review »
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