Security Best Practices Checklist for Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation FireWalls

Over 300 Best Practices to secure your network

Security Best Practices Checklist for Palo Alto Networks

​If implemented and managed correctly, the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation FireWall is one of the few security solutions that can truly protect enterprises from modern cyber threats without negatively affecting their operation. We have put our over 10 years’ experience in working with Palo Alto Networks together and compiled this list of Best Practices to help you to secure your network by leveraging the full potential of your Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation FireWall. Besides our own, it incorporates security best practices recommended by Palo Alto Networks “BPA” as well as the Center for Internet Security “CIS Controls”.

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