Teneo Expands SASE Portfolio with Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access
September 27, 2022
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Teneo has today announced that it is expanding our SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) portfolio with the introduction of Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access.
For the last ten years, Teneo has delivered Palo Alto Networks market-leading Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) technology to protect and secure its customers. However, with the rise of hybrid work, companies today are dealing with a significantly expanded attack surface and existing VPN and ZTNA solutions are not enough.
Meet ZTNA 2.0: the next-generation standard for Zero Trust architecture from Palo Alto Networks, providing more comprehensive and better security outcomes for today’s organizations. Prisma Access delivers ZTNA 2.0 on a single unified platform, without compromising on performance. Purpose built in the cloud, its superior capabilities secure both access and data to dramatically reduce the risk from attackers.
Brett Ayres, Teneo’s VP of Product, said: “Our customers rely on their users’ ability to securely access applications and data from anywhere at any time, safe in the knowledge that they are protected. Prisma Access enables us to help customers deliver ZTNA as part of a Zero Trust architecture to protect their business from today’s cyber threats by controlling network access.”
The solution is available today as a SASE-based offering from Teneo.
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