Palo Alto Networks + Evident.io – Extending Our Leadership In Cloud Security

Mark McLaughlin (CEO) and Mark Anderson (President) from Palo Alto Networks discuss the aqcuisition of Evident.io with Tim Prendergast (CEO, Evident.io)

https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/evident

On March 14, 2018, we announced the intent to acquire Evident.io, a pioneer and leader in public cloud services infrastructure security, and with it a significant expansion of our cloud security capabilities.

The acquisition of Evident.io, a pioneer and leader in public cloud services infrastructure security, will provide you with the industry’s most advanced security and compliance capabilities for public clouds. The unique combination of continuous monitoring, cloud storage protection, and compliance validation and reporting will solve the most critical challenges in moving to public cloud. Finally, DevOps and SecOps teams can secure public cloud services infrastructure without slowing down application deployment.

via Palo Alto Networks

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- Palo Alto Networks is leading a new era in security by protecting thousands of enterprise, government, and service provider networks from cyber threats. Because of our deep expertise, steadfast commitment to innovation and game-changing security platform, more than 22,500 customers have chosen Palo Alto Networks and this number grows every day. Our platform natively brings together all key network security functions, including firewall, URL filtering, IDS/IPS, and advanced threat protection. Because these functions are purposely built into the platform from the ground up and they natively share important information across the respective disciplines, we ensure better security than legacy products. As a result, organizations can safely enable the use of all applications critical to running their business, maintain complete visibility and control, confidently pursue new technology initiatives like cloud, SDN and mobility, and protect the organization from the most basic to sophisticated cyber attacks – known and unknown.

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