So far (with valid BrightCloud URL-DB license), the BrightCloud database is published once a day, but can be updated more often in the event of an emergency (e.g. gross miscategorization). As a best practice, it is recommended that you set your download interval for BrightCloud to once a day to get the latest updates.
As per the Datasheet of BrightCloud® Real-Time Anti-Phishing Service :
INTEGRATION OPTIONS: Webroot provides a RESTful web service, as well as an SDK, allowing partners to incorporate the BrightCloud Real-Time Anti-Phishing Service into their own solutions with ease. Hence, this might be added with PAN Fw's Brightcloud in future.
I would suggest you to get in touch with your Palo Alto SE to get more detail information on this.
There is no such feature on PANW firewall which allows anti-fishing service from Bright Cloud. Basically there is no configurable option.
PANW firewall uses Bright Cloud DB for URL category lookup. Hence there are very thin chances to have any integration with anti-fishing option.
Still its worth contacting SE.
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