Your firewall is leaving you at risk from file-based threats
The out-the-box Palo Alto Networks Firewall provides sophisticated protection against malicious traffic, but is unable to offer adequate protection against file-based threats.
It lacks the capability to:
- Assess and address file structure discrepancies
- Protect against zero-day threats, due to a dependence on quickly outdated antivirus databases that can leave an organization vulnerable to zero-day threats for an average of 18 days
- Stop malicious content passing into IT infrastructure, leaving it at considerable risk
*Compatible with new or existing Series PA or VM deployments
Our plug-in offers security without compromise
The Glasswall – Palo Alto Networks Plug-in is a simple to install and highly scalable solution that seamlessly integrates with our industry leading CDR (Content Disarm and Reconstruction) platform.
The plug-in removes the reliance on Palo Alto Network’s detection-based practices for file-based threats. Instead of looking for malicious content, Glasswall’s zero-trust file protection treats all files as untrusted — validating, rebuilding and cleaning each file to a safe and compliant standard, and automatically removing potential threats.
With Glasswall CDR, only safe, clean and fully functioning files enter and leave an organization, allowing users to access files with full confidence.
Supercharge your Palo Alto Networks Firewall
Close your file-based protection gap with our industry-leading CDR plug-in
Safely browse the internet with complete file security
Take a zero-trust approach to all file uploads and downloads
Talk to us about file-based threats and our award-winning CDR
Best-in-class file-based protection from Glasswall
Our CDR technology utilizes Kubernetes to provide an infinitely scalable and highly ISG* compliant solution.
Our platform is cloud-native, offering easy deployment into your organization, and we offer a range of solutions designed to match different organizational requirements, large or small.
*ISG – Inspection and Sanitization Guidance standards by the National Security Agency (NSA)