Palo Alto Networks gets FedRAMP authorization for WildFire malware prevention service

Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW), the global cybersecurity leader, has announced its WildFire® malware prevention service has achieved a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Agency Authorization, the company said.

Palo Alto Networks, in partnership with the US Naval War College, completed the FedRAMP authorization process for Wildfire, which is now available to federal agencies seeking cutting-edge, machine learning technologies to secure their systems.

WildFire is a cloud-based malware prevention service that can help federal agencies automatically detect and stop unknown attacks and improve operational efficiency for security operations centers, or SOCs. Leveraging the power of machine learning, WildFire automatically identifies and mitigates never-before-seen threats across the cloud, endpoint and network for government and enterprise networks.

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