Palo Alto Networks and Tanium forged a strategic alliance to transform the effectiveness , accuracy, and speed by which large, distributed organizations prevent, detect, and respond to today’s cyberthreats.
Saeed Agha, General Manager Middle East at Palo Alto Networks stated, “Given the speed and sophistication of modern cyberattacks, integrated and automated prevention technologies are of the utmost essence. Security teams are overwhelmed with the flood of alerts coming in from a variety of tools & can’t keep pace because their tools are either too slow or lack the integration required to quickly prevent new threats & speedy response.
Tanium, which is in use at over half of the Fortune 100 providing 15-second visibility & control over millions of endpoints, and Palo Alto Networks have entered into this exclusive agreement to provide an integrated offering that automates and accelerates the otherwise manual and time-consuming process of threat detection and incident response with unmatched effectiveness , accuracy, and speed.
Initial efforts are focused on the integration of Tanium with Palo Alto Networks WildFire, its cloud-based threat prevention service that automatically detects unknown, malicious activity & quickly prevents threats before an enterprise is compromised.
“Today’s organizations face a daunting challenge in preventing & remediating cyberattacks as quickly as possible across their distributed organizations. We are teaming with Tanium to fundamentally change the game for adversaries, arming security organizations with innovative new tools to go on the offensive and quickly prevent, detect, and respond to attacks before damage is done.” Chad Kinzelberg, SVP of business and corporate development at Palo Alto Networks.
“We are honored to be entering into an alliance with Palo Alto Networks that will transform the security industry as we extend security and remediation capabilities between network and endpoint security. Our first integration provides a level of automation, access, and control that security teams of large, global organizations have never had before–at a time when new ways to defend against security attacks has elevated to a board level discussion.” Orion Hindawi, Co-founder, President and CTO at Tanium.