We are excited to announce our new partnership with Palo Alto Networks, a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions. Together, we are committed to helping federal agencies modernize their IT and cybersecurity infrastructure and adopt a Zero Trust architecture.
As part of this partnership, Palo Alto Networks has made its Prisma Access and Cortex Data Lake solutions FedRAMP Moderate Authorized. These solutions provide a comprehensive, cloud-delivered approach to security that can help agencies meet their compliance requirements and protect their sensitive data.
Prisma Access is a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solution that provides secure connectivity to the internet, cloud, and applications. It uses a Zero Trust architecture to authenticate and authorize users and devices before granting access, and it can be deployed in a hybrid or multi-cloud environment.
Cortex Data Lake is a cloud-based log management and analytics solution that collects, stores, and analyzes security telemetry data from a variety of sources. It can be used to detect and investigate threats, and it can also be used to comply with security regulations.
By combining Prisma Access and Cortex Data Lake, agencies can gain a comprehensive view of their security posture and take steps to protect their data from cyberattacks.
In addition to the FedRAMP Moderate Authorization, Palo Alto Networks has also developed a CLAW forwarding capability for its Prisma Access and Cortex Data Lake solutions. This capability allows agencies to send telemetry data from Cortex Data Lake to CLAW, which is a CISA-deployed architecture for collecting and aggregating security telemetry data from agencies using commercial services from cloud services providers.
The CLAW forwarding capability provides several benefits for agencies, including:
- The ability to meet aggressive timelines outlined in a U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) memo released earlier this year.
- The ability to comply with CISA’s Trusted Internet Communications (TIC) 3.0 guidance.
- The ability to meet National Cybersecurity Protection System (NCPS) requirements to implement reporting patterns and maintain telemetry sharing with CISA.
We are confident that our partnership with Palo Alto Networks will help federal agencies modernize their IT and cybersecurity infrastructure and adopt a Zero Trust architecture.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can help your agency modernize its IT and cybersecurity infrastructure and adopt a Zero Trust architecture.
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