Prisma Cloud 3.0 offers cloud infrastructure as a code security, agentless security and next-gen CASB other enhancements to embed security into the entire application lifecycle.
With Cloud Code Security, adding IaC scanning and code fixes directly into developer tools across the development lifecycle. This will help catch misconfiguration in code templates that can lead to thousands of alerts in runtime.
Prisma Cloud is unique in offering both agentless and agent-based security built into the same platform, with rules and results managed from a single UI. Agentless Security provides visibility into an organization’s cloud workload and application risks, it’s meant to complement existing agent-based protection.
Prisma Cloud 3.0 also expands Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM) to Microsoft Azure. This builds on already existing functionality available for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Prisma also offers access to Palo Alto’s next-gen CASB to help organizations safely adopt new SaaS applications. It automatically secures new applications, including collaboration tools. It protects sensitive data in real-time using machine learning, natural language processing and optical character recognition.
The Next Wave Managed Service Program (MSP) also introduced which includes close to 300 partners worldwide that help Palo Alto customers get the most out of their investments. The program provides partners with the tools, training, incentives and resources to promote the adoption of Palo Alto Networks-based managed services.
With the Cortex eXtended Managed Detection and Response (XMDR) specialization, customers should get help streamlining security operations center (SOC) operations and mitigating cyber threats. To achieve the new specialization status, partners must have Cortex XDR-certified SOC analysts/threat hunters on staff and be available around the clock.