What do you like most about Cortex XDR by Palo Alto Networks?
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WildFire AI is the best option for this product.
It's very stable. I've never experienced downtime for the ASM console or ASM core.
The stability of the solution is very good. We have about 100 users on it right now, and we use it twice a week.
We have a complete overview of all our PCs and it's very easy to handle and to use the interface. It has a lot of benefits for us.
The one feature of Palo Alto Networks Traps that our organization finds most valuable is the App ID service.
The most valuable features are the fact that it was running in the background and it would intercept any weird stuff, and the fact that it would send things directly to the cloud for sandboxing. It's quite practical.
If the user leaves our premises or network, Palo Alto Traps will still be on that endpoint and will still apply our policies.
It blocks malicious files. It prevents attacks. It doesn't require many updates, it's a very light application.
After deploying Traps, we saw the performance of the network improve by 65 to 70 percent.
The multi-layered approach to the product gives you confidence that it will stop exploits, ransomware, worms, or viruses from compromising endpoints, essentially providing peace of mind.
We've had a significant increase in blocking with a decrease in false positives, because it's looking at how the files work, not just a list of files that it's been told to look for.
Traps has drastically reduced our endpoint attack surface via advanced detection capabilities, sandboxing of never before seen programs, and by drastically limiting where executables can launch in the first place.