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Apr 20 2015   6:49PM GMT

Is Palo Alto Networks heading towards the NG IPS dominance?

Yasir Irfan Yasir Irfan Profile: Yasir Irfan

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The recently released Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) Test Report by NSS labs recognizes the Palo Alto Networks Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) service for its strong security efficiency. NSS Labs performed an independent test of the Palo Alto Networks PA-5020 PAN-OS v6.1.1 with the Next Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) Methodology v1.0.

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Source: NSS Lab Report downloaded from Palo Alto Networks 

We all know Palo Alto is making there mark when it comes to Next Generation firewalls and surpassing most of the leaders in the NG Firewall domain. The test report released clearly states that Palo Alto Networks PA-5020 was the only product that blocked 100% of the live exploits during NSS lab test. This kind of report certainly creates huge expectations from Palo Alto Networks and who knows they may dominate the Next Generation IPS domain.

Mr. Vikram Phatak, the CEO of NSS Labs says

Exploits being used by Threat Actors in active campaigns are the most likely source of compromise that enterprises face every day.  The Palo Alto Networks PA-5020 was the only product that blocked 100% of these live exploits during our test, and 98.8% against all exploits, earning a recommendation by NSS Labs for security effectiveness.

The complete report can be downloaded from the Palo Alto networks website. Lets wait and see who is going to dominate the NG IPS Segment in coming years.

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