Prisma Access is a cloud service provided by Palo Alto Networks which provides secure access to the internet and to business applications.
Prisma Access secures access to the cloud for branch offices and mobile users anywhere in the world with a scalable, cloud-native architecture. Prisma Access blends enterprise grade security with a globally scalable network that is available in well over 100 locations. In addition, service provider partners will be able to rapidly enable secure outbound internet connectivity for their customers.
Palo Alto Networks is always trying to help out and simplify what seems to be a challenging topic and in this case, a very popular topic. This is why we've created this brand new video series. The first video will introduce you to Prisma Access but note that this is a series and more videos will soon follow! Make sure to bookmark that playlist and check regularly!
If you need more information about Prisma Access, then you should definitely head on over to the LIVEcommunity Prisma Access Technology Pagewhere you'll find many more links to resources such as articles, videos, and blogs! In case the resource page doesn't answer your question, then you can always go to the Prisma Access discussions area and post your query there or share your knowledge by answering questions other customers might have posted.
In addition to that Palo Alto Networks has got you covered with the COVID-19 Response Center for GlobalProtect and Prisma Access!
Have you heard about Prisma Access 2.0? Check out some of the highlights:
Best-in-class security with greater coverage than any other solution
A high-performance access with optimized user experience
Access to all apps and protection against all threat vectors
Register for the launch event that kicks of in the Americas on March 17 (March 18 for other regions) to find out what's new in Prisma Access 2.0! Check out the registration page for the complete agenda of topics that will be discussed and hosted by our panel of experts!
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