Palo Alto Networks Achieves FedRAMP ‘In Process’ Designation for Prisma Access
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program has granted Palo Alto Networks an “in Process” designation for its Prisma Access solution.
The milestone is expected to accelerate the deployment of consistent and secure connections to branch offices and government employees with scalable, cloud-delivered networking and security.
Prisma Access is designed to address the networking and security needs of a purpose-built, cloud-delivered infrastructure with a secure access service edge technology, Palo Alto Networks said.
Nick Urick, vice president of federal sales for Palo Alto Networks, said Prisma Access will promote compliance with requirements for remote workers and the branch with fast and secure access to all applications across the cloud, internet and the data center. Urick added that Prisma Access helps secure the mobile workforce and supports agencies enabling software-defined wide area network technologies.
Currently, government organizations are adopting Palo Alto Networks VM-series virtual next-generation firewalls and prisma cloud compute edition. The company’s cloud-delivered services are developed to secure users and applications regardless of their location.
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