Protect the hybrid workforce with Zero Trust Network Access
Join us virtually for a Hybrid Work Security Demo on Friday 07 October from 12.00 pm and 1.00 pm, where our hosts Brett Ayres, Teneo’s VP of Product and Dave Harper, Systems Engineer Specialist, Palo Alto Networks, will be demonstrating Prisma Access from Palo Alto Networks.
Prisma Access is a new addition to Teneo’s SASE portfolio and aims to address the changing needs of today’s distributed workforce. Purpose-built in the cloud, it delivers ZTNA 2.0 on a single unified platform, without compromising on performance. Its superior capabilities secure both access and data to dramatically reduce the risk from attackers.
In a recent AV-Comparatives Report, Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access achieved the best scores overall for security efficacy, including URL filtering, credential-theft prevention, DNS security and evasion protection.
In this demo, we will show you how to:
Get end-to-end visibility to understand users’ network and application performance at a per-application level that allows you to troubleshoot and resolve issues faster.
Understand SDK-based architecture to automate deployment, configuration and provisioning across branches and data centers while adopting SD-WAN at scale.
Remediate application performance in real-time with automated failover based on continuously monitored performance degradation.
Protect branches, mobile and hybrid users as they go straight to the cloud for their app and data needs
Virtual Demo Format
This demo will be run on Zoom with between 1 and 6 attendees. The small group size will allow plenty of time for questions.
Dave Harper, Systems Engineer Specialist, Palo Alto Networks
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