Prevent security breaches. Preemptively block known and unknown malware, exploits and zero-day threats with the unique multi-method prevention approach of Traps advanced endpoint protection from a single, lightweight agent. Automate prevention. Automatically reprogram your endpoints to block known and unknown threats — without human intervention — using threat intelligence gained from our global community of customers and partners across endpoints, networks and SaaS applications. Protect and enable users. Empower users to use web, mobile and cloud-based applications without fearing cyberthreats. Protect users from inadvertently compromising their systems without depending on burdensome virus scans. Palo Alto Networks Traps secures endpoints with a unique multi-method prevention approach. Palo Alto Networks Traps replaces legacy antivirus and secures endpoints with a multi-method prevention approach that blocks malware and exploits, both known and unknown, before they compromise endpoints, such as laptops, desktops and servers.
Multi-method malware prevention. Palo Alto Networks Traps prevents malicious executables rapidly and accurately with a unique, multi-method approach to prevention that maximizes coverage against malware while reducing the attack surface area and increasing the accuracy of malware prevention. This approach combines several prevention methods to instantly block known and unknown malware from infecting a system. Multi-method exploit prevention. Palo Alto Networks Traps takes a unique approach to preventing exploits. Instead of focusing on the millions of individual attacks or their underlying software vulnerabilities, it focuses on the small set of techniques all exploit-based attacks use, which rarely change. Traps blocks these techniques, thereby preventing exploitation attempts before they can compromise endpoints. Despite continuous investments in legacy antivirus solutions and “Next—Gen” AV products, organizations continue to experience security breaches and successful ransomware attacks with increasing frequency.
Palo Alto Networks Traps WildFire Threat Analysis Service
As an integral component of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, Palo Alto Networks Traps continuously exchanges threat intelligence with the WildFire threat analysis service, as does each component of the platform deployed among the global community of Palo Alto Networks customers. WildFire is the world’s largest distributed sensor system focused on identifying and preventing unknown threats, with more than 17,000 enterprise, government and service provider customers contributing to the collective immunity of all other users. Palo Alto Networks Traps customers receive access to this intelligence and WildFire complete set of malware analysis capabilities. Palo Alto Networks Traps uses this intelligence to automatically reprogram itself to prevent malware no matter where it is discovered first, be it on the endpoint, in the network or in a SaaS application. The automatic conversion of threat intelligence into prevention all but eliminates the opportunity for an attacker to use unknown and advanced malware to infect a system.
Endpoint protection is the crucial process of ensuring the individual access points to a corporate network are secured; meaning all internet enabled devices such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones. The traditional endpoint protection perimeter continues to expand as organizations adopt more bring-your-own-device practices — increasing the number of vulnerable entry points. Traditional endpoint solutions are simply not versatile enough to keep up with today’s threat landscape. Check out the articles below to gain the insight necessary to confidently purchase, utilize, and evaluate your endpoint protection solution so your organization’s network and data will be properly secured. Organizations should select security products that provide superior value in terms of both monetary cost and their security effectiveness. This effectiveness is measured by the technology’s ability to, at a minimum, deliver on core capabilities.
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