Next-Generation Firewalls

Palo Alto Networks™ is the network security company. Its next-generation firewalls enable unprecedented application visibility and granular policy control – by user, not just IP address – at up to 20Gbps with no performance degradation.

Network Security & Threats

Palo Alto Networks firewalls accurately identify and control applications – regardless of port, protocol, evasive tactic or SSL encryption – and enhance threat security, prevent data leakage and overcome the challenges of device sprawl. Next-generation firewalls help companies address:

  • Network Security: Control over applications, users and content, combined with network segmentation, can greatly reduce the risks to any organization;
  • Application Visibility: Reduce loss of productivity, compliance issues, threat propagation and data leakage risks;
  • Application Control: Regain control over the applications on your network – good, bad, and evasive – with user-based policies;
  • Threat Security: Stop bad applications. Scan allowed applications for all types of threats. Do it at multi-Gbps speeds;
  • Device Consolidation: Simplify security infrastructure and reduce TCO.

Firewall Security

More than ever before, firewalls must become application aware in order to mitigate application threats. Next-generation firewalls from Palo Alto Networks overcome the challenges of traditional network security solutions such as port-based firewalls and standalone IPS products. To learn about Palo Alto Networks’ family of next-generation firewalls visit:

Palo Alto Networks PA-5060PA-5000 Series Firewall: Next-generation firewall targeted at enterprise datacenter deployments.

Palo Alto Networks PA-4050PA-4000 Series Firewall: Next-generation firewall targeted at high speed Internet gateway deployments within enterprise environments

Palo Alto Networks PA-2050PA-2000 Series Firewall): Next-generation firewall ideally suited for high speed Internet gateway deployments within large branch offices and medium sized enterprises

Palo Alto Networks PA-500PA-500 Firewall: Next-generation firewall best suited for Internet gateway deployments within medium to large branch offices and medium sized enterprises

Palo Alto Networks PA-200PA-200 Firewall: The PA-200 is small and quiet enough to sit on a desk, yet powerful enough to deliver next-generation firewall security to a distributed enterprise office. This new platform extends visibility and control over applications, users and content into enterprise branch offices.

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  1. Digital Scepter Achieves Palo Alto Networks Platinum Partner Status | Web Host Summit on December 9th, 2011 6:24 pm

    [...] level of partnership with Palo Alto Networks marks the next step in our ongoing relationship,” says Jon Robinson, Director at Digital Scepter. [...]

  2. The Three Unique Security Features of Palo Alto Networks Next Generation Firewalls | Digital Scepter Corporation on December 28th, 2011 2:05 pm

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  3. Digital Scepter Achieves Palo Alto Networks Platinum Partner Status | Digital Scepter Corporation on January 8th, 2012 10:42 pm

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  4. Securing Your Data Center with a Next-Generation Palo Alto Networks Firewall | Digital Scepter Corporation on January 11th, 2012 12:21 pm

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  5. Digital Scepter Becomes a Palo Alto Networks Platinum Level Partner | Digital Scepter Corporation on January 25th, 2012 1:05 pm

    [...] Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls are specifically designed to correct the inadequacies of more traditional port protocol firewalls in combating the latest security threats. While a conventional firewall allows security rules to be established based on port number alone, PAN perimeter protection facilitates true granular control. Using unique technologies called App-ID, User-ID, and Content-ID, Palo Alto Networks firewalls accurately identify which applications are being used on your network, who is using them, and the specific data that is being transferred. Armed with this information, your organization is better placed to win the war against malware and network misuse. [...]

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  7. The First Step to Network Security | Digital Scepter Corporation on January 30th, 2012 3:53 pm

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  10. Digital Scepter and Palo Alto Networks Sponsor CETPA 2012 on October 16th, 2012 5:32 am

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