As organizations continue their digital transformation and migrate more of their security workloads, networks and protocols to the cloud, they are experiencing increasing pressure to deploy security solutions that perform well enough. to protect their networks. The long-standing collaboration between the two global cybersecurity leaders, Thales and Palo Alto Networks, will help support this widespread migration to the cloud, enabling organizations to scale Zero Trust security systems. Through three technology integrations, enterprises will have access to internal resources as part of a robust and highly resilient security architecture.
This announcement comes as enterprise-wide cloud transformation is occurring at a rapid pace to support an increasingly hybrid workplace. In line with this evolution, it is crucial for companies to secure IT environments that no longer have a defined physical security perimeter. The combination of identity-based access controls and multi-factor authentication systems will enable secure cloud transformation, which will benefit remote workers who want to securely access all resources remotely from anywhere. any location and device.
Three key integrations
These integrations will minimize the risk of a data breach in the event of a compromised identity by deploying both proven and adaptive authentication at the network edge, and ensuring automated recovery flows in the event of an unverified access event.
By integrating Thales’ SafeNet Trusted Access solution with all of Palo Alto Networks Prisma® Access, GlobalProtect, ML-Powered Next Generation Firewalls and Cortex® XSOAR technologies, organizations will be able to deploy a Zero Trust model across a wide range of solutions. Organizations will benefit from secure and adaptive multi-factor authentication, access management spanning all edge solutions, network security policies, incident response and threat monitoring .
Thales is working with us to support our customers during their digital transformation, and together we are ready to offer a Zero Trust approach with authentication, SOC and ZTNA security solutions. Thanks to these integrations, companies are able to ‘securely access hybrid and cloud environments, detect suspicious account activity, automatically trigger alerts, and enforce stricter access policies in real time.” Tana Rosenblatt, VP, Technology Partnerships, Palo Alto Networks
Threats to businesses are changing rapidly and leading to an increase in the scale and complexity of the risks that many customers face. As organizations move their network security to the cloud, it becomes more difficult to deploy Holistic Security Controls We are excited to be able to work with Palo Alto Networks and provide organizations with a clear roadmap to zero trust identity-based security.
By applying adaptive multi-factor authentication at the network edge and managing and stopping unverified access events in real time, Thales and Palo Alto Networks ensure a secure and successful transition to the cloud.” Francois Lasnier, VP , access management products, Thales