Palo Alto Networks works jointly with AWS to help customers enhance their investments and protect their cloud workloads. This is done through secure compute, network and storage services - and the applications they run and through our joint integrations with AWS Security services to enhance context and consolidate visibility.
Learn how Palo Alto Networks and AWS work together to synchronize your security instruments to detect threats and automatically respond to attacks.
Read this paper to learn how integrated security solution that works seamlessly with cloud services is the best path to cloud success.
This paper seeks to separate fact from fiction about cloud security as well as provide proven recommendations on how to secure and govern at the speed of the cloud.
Read this paper to learn how Prisma Cloud by Palo Alto Networks integrates with Amazon Inspector, ingesting its vulnerability data, security best practice deviations, and AWS application security assessments to provide a consolidated view of risk.
Read this paper to learn how full integration of virtual firewall and AWS cloud services ensures protection of workloads without the need for constant manual intervention and provides a consistent and effective security layer with the agility cloud demands.
Learn how IT teams can achieve the security, agility, and scalability they want by combining security and cloud services into a single logical entity consistent across the organization and clouds.
Read this paper to learn how Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Virtual Next-Generation Firewalls protect your AWS® workloads with next-generation security features that allow you to confidently and quickly migrate your business critical applications to the cloud.
This paper explains how security teams using VM-Series deployed with AWS can allow development teams to work at the speed of the cloud while staying secure.
This paper is meant to serve as a security awareness and education guide for organizations developing serverless applications on AWS Lambda. Read on for best practices to minimize your security risk.
Learn how Palo Alto Networks VM-Series virtualized next-generation firewalls enable you to protect your developer environments on AWS in the three steps presented in this paper.
This paper presents a mixture of common problems to avoid, coupled with 11 tips and pointers to help you meet or exceed PCI DSS requirements collected from various security and compliance experts who have built and managed PCI-compliant environments in AWS.
Learn how Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Palo Alto Networks can provide complete security for the cloud to help secure cloud applications your organization might use on a daily basis.
This paper explains how Practice Fusion, a healthcare solutions provider and longtime AWS customer, improved their DevOps, CI/CD model, while gaining HITRUST certification through granular visibility of their AWS environment with the help of Palo Alto Network's Prisma™ Cloud.
Read on to learn the 12 critical steps your organization needs to take to develop a disciplined framework for your team and create a stronger security posture.
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