41.6B connected devices by 2025*
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The number of devices connected to the Internet is exploding; IDC forecasts up to 41.6 billion by 2025. As your data spreads ever further there are more opportunities for attacks; legacy security systems are becoming too complex to manage. Our prevention-based architecture simplifies your organization’s security posture through an integrated solution that:

  • Future-proofs your network with tightly integrated innovations
  • Drives immediate and effective actions through automation and analytics
  • Delivers consistent security with complete visibility everywhere

*Worldwide Global DataSphere IoT Device and Data Forecast, 2019-2023
Meet our family of ML-Powered Next-Generation Firewalls
Physical appliances Our ML-Powered NGFW physical appliances enable you to stay ahead of unknown threats, see everything, including IoT, and reduce errors with automatic policy recommendations.
Virtualized firewalls VM-Series, the virtualized version of our ML-Powered NGFW, protects your private and public cloud deployments with segmentation and proactive threat prevention.
5G-ready firewalls Our K2-Series firewalls, the 5G-ready version of our ML-Powered NGFW, are specifically developed for service providers’ mobile network deployments.
Container firewalls CN-Series, the containerized version of our ML-Powered NGFW, prevents sophisticated network-based threats from spreading across Kubernetes namespace boundaries.
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Customer stories

HealthPartners HealthPartners® is an award-winning integrated healthcare system based in Bloomington, Minnesota, with a team of 25,000 people. Faced with increasingly sophisticated, persistent cyberthreats, they wanted to tie in endpoint protection with their firewall. They got a full breadth of security capabilities at about half the cost by moving to Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall. Continue reading
Bank OCBC NISP Bank OCBC NISP is one of the oldest and largest banks in Indonesia. Founded in 1941, the bank has approximately 7,000 employees and 340 offices throughout the country. After comparing offerings from several suppliers, Palo Alto Networks proved to be the most attractive. Continue reading
Ada County The Ada County government must ensure secure, unencumbered access to private network services and information, as well as public websites, for a diverse range of departmental needs. To evolve its network strategy from reactive to proactive, Ada County replaced its legacy firewalls with Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall. Continue reading
Rieter Machine Works, Ltc. Rieter is the world’s leading supplier of systems for short-staple fiber spinning. Much of their market advantage comes from its intellectual property. Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall allows Rieter to manage 15 production facilities in nine countries, with an empowered mobile workforce. Continue reading
The Lines Company The Lines Company delivers electricity through its electricity network grid to citizens and businesses spanning a vast and rugged region of the North Island of New Zealand. They embarked on a series of initiatives to refresh their IT infrastructure and rethink their security strategy. After evaluating different options, The Lines Company selected the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall. Continue reading