Palo Alto Networks, the global cybersecurity, today announced that KPIT has transformed its approach to cybersecurity by deploying Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform, including its firewalls and network security management.
After completing a comprehensive evaluation of security vendors, KPIT chose Palo Alto Networks, deploying the PA-5020 next-generation firewall, along with Traps™ advanced endpoint protection, Panorama™ network security management, WildFire® cloud-based threat analysis service, AutoFocus™ contextual threat intelligence service, and Magnifier™ behavioral analytics application.
“The biggest benefit is the simplicity of the platform approach and prevention-based technology. We didn’t have to invest in everything on day one; instead we were able to evolve the platform with cloud-based subscriptions. Palo Alto Networks also provides agility, meaning our rollout cycles have decreased from six weeks to just two days.” Mandar Marulkar, chief digital officer, KPIT
- Speaking on the occasion Anil Bhasin, regional vice president, India and SAARC at Palo Alto Networks added, “The cybersecurity challenges that a large global technology company such as KPIT, with multiple clients and thousands of employees spread across the world, faces on a day to day basis is immense. This has become even more critical with the “Smart Enterprise” future that it has envisaged for itself. We are honoured that KPIT has chosen the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform to help with this digital transformation initiative. We are confident that the dynamic nature of our platform will provide a secure environment for KPIT to thrive and grow, now and in the future.”
Before deploying Palo Alto Networks platform-based technologies, many malicious attempts would have slipped through KPIT’s network. At the same time, the lightweight agent used by Traps advanced endpoint protection solution has eliminated any degradation of device performance.
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