Palo Alto Networks and Google Cloud bring zero trust security to the hybrid workforce in Qatar

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    Doha, Qatar: Palo Alto Networks, a global cybersecurity leader, today announced the expansion of Prisma Access to a new Google Cloud region in Qatar to bring Zero Trust security to its hybrid workforce.

    “As organizations embrace hybrid ways of working and move to cloud computing, they need to give employees direct and secure access to data and applications across any device, location, or network,” he said. said Tarek Abbas, senior director of systems engineering for start-ups. Market, Palo Alto Networks. “Collaborating with Google Cloud, combining the scale provided by its global network with Palo Alto Networks’ best-of-breed cybersecurity platform, this new Prisma Access location will be the best performing and zero Delivering trust security to hybrid workforces across Qatar.Reliability in the industry.”

    Purpose built in the cloud to protect today’s hybrid workforce

    This new location for Prisma Access will enable Palo Alto Networks to leverage the hyperscale of Google Cloud technologies to provide Qatari organizations with in-country access to:

    • Protect your users wherever they are with superior cloud-provided security.
    • A multi-cloud approach to AI-powered innovation with SASE improves service resilience.
    • Superior user experience with the lowest latency in the industry.

    Ghassan Costa, Country Manager, Qatar, Google Cloud said: “We are pleased to announce that Palo Alto Networks is expanding its presence in Qatar with its new Doha He cloud region. ” A robust, secure and resilient cloud environment. ”

    Investing in a secure future

    Digital transformation, including the move to hybrid work environments and cloud computing, is bringing a new era of productivity and innovation to organizations across Qatar. However, this change also expands the attack surface for cyber attackers, significantly increasing the number of threats organizations must manage.

    Palo Alto Networks is at the forefront of a new era of security. It builds on key Zero Trust Network Access 2.0 principles such as least privilege access, continuous trust verification, and continuous security inspection across all apps.

    Prisma Access transforms networking and security to provide a true Zero Trust environment that supports both managed and unmanaged devices while providing consistent protection across the enterprise. Palo Alto Networks’ Prisma Access is his only ZTNA 2.0 solution on the market that offers customers:

    • Least Privilege Access – Enables precise access control at the application and sub-application level, regardless of network configuration such as IP address and port number.
    • Continuous trust verification – After application access is granted, continuous trust evaluation continues based on changes in device state, user behavior, and application behavior.
    • Continuous security inspection – Thorough and continuous inspection of all application traffic, including allowed connections, to prevent threats, including zero-day threats.
    • Protect all your data – A single data loss prevention (DLP) policy provides consistent control of data across all applications, including private and SaaS applications.
    • Security for all applications Consistently protect all types of applications used across the enterprise, including modern cloud-native, private legacy, and SaaS applications.

    Built in the cloud, Prisma Access elastically scales across multi-cloud network backbones for low latency and highest performance, backed by industry-leading SLAs.

    This announcement expands the partnership between Palo Alto Networks and Google Cloud to new regions in Qatar, and the two companies continue to work together to help customers extend enterprise security everywhere.


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