Palo Alto Networks introduces cortex platform for superior endpoint protection

Palo Alto Network

Palo Alto Networks has unveiled a new endpoint security platform solution called Cortex to help customers speed up platformization and improve their endpoint security.

Organizations require assistance to stop, identify, and react to the ongoing development of cyber threats. Platformization is being adopted by organizations to improve security outcomes, increase efficiency, and simplify their designs. The offer offers a “no-cost” duration of the solution until current legacy contracts expire, allowing qualified companies to expedite platformization and smoothly move to Cortex XDR. A basic bundle of “no-cost” professional services is also included in the software to help with the agent migration.

Lee Klarich, Chief Product Officer, Palo Alto Networks, said, “As we continue to navigate the complexity of the digital landscape, our commitment to customers is unwavering. Today, we are building on that commitment by offering qualified customers a higher standard of endpoint protection through our new offer. Customers can now replace their existing legacy endpoint security solutions and seamlessly implement Cortex XDR without disruption.”

The most efficient endpoint security platform on the market, Cortex XDR continuously profiles network, user, and endpoint activity using behavioural analytics to identify evasive threats with unparalleled precision. By giving investigators a comprehensive picture of each attack and automatically identifying the underlying reason for warnings, Cortex XDR expedites investigations. Palo Alto Networks’ dominant position in the industry was highlighted when it was named in the most recent Gartner MQ for Endpoint Protection Platforms.

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