See What You've Been Missing
In the past, it was easy for firewalls to control applications because traffic could easily be classified based on ports and protocols using stateful inspection technology. But today's modern Internet applications are no longer tied to specific ports or protocols, and often use encrypted SSL tunnels or other tactics to avoid detection. These applications bypass traditional firewalls with ease, resulting in increased business risks.
The Application Visibility and Risk Report
Palo Alto Networks can show you exactly what your firewall has been missing with the Application Visibility and Risk Report (AVR Report). The AVR Report provides a business risk assessment based on the analysis of the application traffic traversing the network, taking into account the different types of applications, how they are being used and the relative security risk. By looking at the associated risks along with how the applications are being used, administrators can make more informed decisions on how to treat the applications via a security policy.
How the AVR Report Service Works
Generating an Application Visibility and Risk Report involves deploying a Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall within the network where it monitors the application traffic traversing the Internet gateway. At the end of the data collection period, an AVR Report is generated that provides an analysis of the application traffic, the overall security risk rating, and the related business risk. The report closes with a detailed look at how effective the existing technologies are at supporting and enforcing the customer application usage control policies.
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