Palo Alto Networks has sifted through the droves on content to pull out the top 10 most helpful resources for Prisma Access. See how the deployments guides, architectures guides, and specific features can help you find answers on LIVEcommunity!
Top 10 Resources for Prisma Access
Let's face it, your perimeter is everywhere. Under the current circumstances with the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home is now the norm, which requires a whole new level of support. And that means the world you need to secure is also undergoing tremendous transformation. Global expansion, an increased mobile workforce, and cloud computing are shifting, and these changes introduce new opportunities but also create a set of cybersecurity risks.
This is precisely why Palo Alto Networks is working endlessly to meet you where you are to answer your burning questions and concerns. Our goal on LIVEcommunity is to provide the answers you need right now. That's why we wanted to share the top 10 most helpful resources for Prisma Access that was put together by the brilliant minds behind Prisma Access.
In this resource you will find specific details about features supported in Prisma Access and a comparison of features between cloud-managed versus Panorama-managed. More specifically, you'll see resources about mobile features, VPN connections (including clientless VPN), GlobalProtect Gateways, and so much more.
This resource is a deployment guide that provides detailed guidance on the requirements and steps to configure Prisma Access to enable secure mobile user access to internet or internally-hosted applications. You will be able to download the deployment guide to explore how to authenticate to Azure Active Directory and how to use static or dynamic routing to connect to your cloud or on-premises based applications.
This resource for networks is a deployment guide that gives you details on the requirements and steps to configure Prisma Access to connect remote sites and enable direct internet access. It also a downloadable doc that provides multiple options with static and dynamic routing and explains how to integrate with User-ID to enable group-based security policies.
This resource is an architecture guide that shows you you how to use the Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access to secure mobile users as they access applications hosted in the internet or on-premises, regardless of where they connect from. You will also have downloadable access to the document to view design models, including authentication with Azure Active Directory and multiple methods to connect to internal or cloud-hosted applications.
Last but not least, this downloadable resources shows you how to use the Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access to secure direct internet access for your remote sites. It also design models on how to connect remote networks to Prisma Access with single or multi-homed connectivity and static or dynamic routing.
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