Prisma Access protects all app traffic so that users can gain access to all apps. This is very important when you have multiple applications in your environment. You do not want any network traffic to get compromised. It inspects all the incoming traffic so that the user can access that traffic in a secure way.
It secures both non-web and web-based apps, which is very important. You have applications in your environment. So, you want them to be accessed in a secure manner. It also provides security on the internet when you are trying to access something, such as PaaS apps. It provides security to that as well with the security management policy. It has an inbuilt security management policy. You just need to enable that, and that's it. This security of the non-web and web-based apps reduces the data breach. It is good for our operations that our non-web apps as well as web-based apps are secured.
We have two ways to manage Prisma Access. One is Panorama, and the other one is the Cloud Managed application. The graphical UI is very easy to use. It has a user-friendly graphical user interface, and we have a graphical statistics page as well, which gives you an insight into what's happening. It is very user-friendly.
It makes it very easy that in a single interface, you get all the features, such as routing, security, decryption, and other application functionalities. So, in a single graphical interface, you get everything, and it's easy to manage.
It provides traffic analysis, threat prevention, URL filtering, and segmentation. These elements are very important because you do not want to allow all the URL categories in your environment. You can simply block the categories that you don't want your users to access in your network. That's where these features come in handy. We can simply block these URL categories, and we have that functionality in Prisma Access.
It provides millions of security updates per day. Technology is changing every day, and Palo Alto is providing regular updates so that we can keep ourselves up to the market level. Constant enhancements are provided with the help of the Prisma Access plugin version. New plugins and features are coming every month.
Autonomous Digital Experience Management (ADEM) features are very good. It's a very helpful application. It helps us to troubleshoot network-related issues. It makes the job easy. We get to know whether an issue is at the endpoint level, ISP level, or system Access level. It helps us to determine the issue so that we can isolate and focus on a specific area. It makes our job easy.
ADEM is very impressive, and the users are enjoying this application. If they're not that tech savvy, it helps to isolate the issue at a particular level, making the job easy.
It enables us to deliver better applications. It is helpful because I can connect all my branch offices. If I have one office in the US, one in Asia, and one in Europe, I can connect all my offices to Prisma Access. I can also connect my data center and my mobile users spread across the globe. In Prisma Access, we have more than 100 locations provided by Palo Alto. So, it is very easy.
We have different security profiles inside Prisma Access. We have file blocking. We have anti-spyware. We have antivirus, and we have vulnerability protection. We also have DoS protection. All of these features are provided by Palo Alto Prisma Access, and we can utilize these options to make our security even better.