Protecting sensitive data at rest and in motion, Enterprise DLP automatically identifies confidential intellectual property and personally identifiable information, facilitates regulatory compliance (eg, with GDPR, PCI DSS and HIPAA), and reduces the risk of users exposing or moving data.
The company claims Enterprise DLP can be deployed across an entire large enterprise in minutes, with no need for additional infrastructure.
Data protection policies and configurations can be defined once and automatically applied across every network location and cloud where the organisation has data.
Sensitive content is automatically detected by machine learning-based data classification and data patterns that leverage more than 500+ industry-defined data identifiers such as credit card numbers and financial records.
Enterprise DLP is natively integrated with Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls, VM-Series, Prisma Access, Prisma Cloud, and Prisma SaaS, reducing the TCO.
"Data breaches are a huge and growing problem worldwide, but the existing legacy and point solutions are not accessible, appropriate or effective for many of the companies that need them," said Palo Alto Networks senior vice president and general manager for firewall as a platform Anand Oswal.
"Our new Enterprise DLP solution is powerful; simple to deploy, with no new infrastructure needed; integrates with existing security technologies; and works for companies whether they keep their data in the cloud, on-prem or take a flexible approach."