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We are using the solution for our zero-day advanced persistent threats(APT). Additionally, we are using it as our only sole network distribution.
I use this solution for protecting endpoint devices from malware.
We are a security company working in the security system for the banking sectors, and we're trying to penetrate through the identity and access management products for our clients. We work with all of the Palo Alto technologies.
I work on the network equipment in our company including switches, routers, firewalls, VPN, and all of the perimeter devices. Palo Alto WildFire is one of the products that we use to secure our network. Generally, it detects threats to our network and blocks them. This includes checking applications for malware.
We are a solution provider and WildFire is one of the security products that we implement for our customers. We are also using it for testing purposes. It is primarily used to check for cloud-based malware.
We are a solution provider and Palo Alto WildFire is one of the products that we implement for our customers. One of the things that we do is design firewalls for companies that need to enhance their security.
WildFire is being deployed based on vendor and security best practices and recommendations from our Managed Service Provider. leveraging their inherent knowledge it allows us to think outside the box.
We had two 800-Series Palo Alto Firewalls, but as they reached end-of-life, we began researching alternatives. Ultimately, we chose to switch to Cisco Firepower, so we no longer use WildFire.
We primarily use Wildfire products to prevent attacks. As resellers, we showcase the Wildfire capabilities like handling known and unknown threats on the customer side.
We have the Palo Alto Firewall sitting on the edge and everything that comes through it is analyzed. Even if anything comes through via email, it is forwarded to the WildFire service, which then opens up email attachments to see if they do any damage to the system. If it reports back that the attachment should not be forwarded then it keeps it out. WildFire has discovered a lot of stuff that our other anti-spam tool did not, so it has been quite good.
Our primary use case for this solution is for threat intelligence, to detect threats.
We use Palo Alto Networks WildFire for firewall and IT services. We also use it for bank security requirements. They are remarkable for support of threat analysis on files.
Our primary use cases are for firewalls, cloud, and on-premise.
My primary use case of this solution is on-frame and in-cloud security of the infrastructure.
The primary use case for this solution is the attention to detail. IT is also easy to manage, and easy to use. It is a really good product.
My primary use case for this solution is for a secure gateway. It creates a proxy or an appropriation for the suspicious files that can be damaging.
We don't want a virus. We don't want people visiting unknown sites and opening us up to any type of malware or any type of virus attacks.
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