Does your organization primarily use point products from multiple vendors for cybersecurity? You’re not alone. For years, many have scrambled to respond to whatever was the latest in threats and vulnerabilities. The solutions were mainly point products that addressed specific problems. Unfortunately, they collectively created massive complexity, inefficiency and expense. They also caused unnecessary risk by allowing coverage gaps.
In a recent study, we asked existing customers to weigh in on the benefits they’ve experienced using Palo Alto Networks platforms. Not surprisingly, they were able to provide real-world benefits in three key areas.
"Without a platform approach, you might have two separate products, one doing A, B and C, and another doing B, C and D. Basically, you’re paying double for B and C."
"The most important thing about multiple products from one vendor is that all these have inbuilt mechanisms for them to plug in together. It's like a jigsaw puzzle where all the pieces fit together."
"In a multi-vendor scenario, when you’re trying to look at dashboards and figure out what to monitor, it just becomes a people nightmare."
Creating a consolidated approach means little if you can’t effectively defend. We’ve created best-in-class capabilities throughout. Today, Palo Alto Networks leads in 10 Gartner Magic Quadrants and Forrester Waves.
In our new white paper, you’ll learn more about the real benefits our current customers are experiencing and how your organization can create a strategic plan of its own.