The federal governments will use cloud as a new foundation to build more effective security capabilities across domains - including cyberspace. An explosion of government adoption of public, private, hybrid, and cloud services have introduced new ways to scale and deliver efficient operations across multiple cloud platforms. As federal agencies continue to transition and expand their footprint into the cloud, it is critical to ensure these systems are secure and vulnerabilities are addressed immediately.
Security teams face a dizzying array of threats, from ransomware and cyberespionage to fileless attacks and damaging data breaches. However, the biggest headache for many security analysts is not the endless number of risks that dominate news headlines but the frustrating, repetitive tasks they must perform every day as they triage incidents and attempt to whittle down an endless backlog of alerts.
Cloud data protection is the practice of protecting and securing all of a company’s data in a cloud environment, regardless of where that data is located, whether it’s at rest or in motion, or if it’s managed internally by the company or externally by a third party.
Provides detailed guidance on the requirements and functionality of the Transit VNet design model (common firewall option) and explains how to successfully implement that design model option using Panorama and Palo Alto Networks® VM-Series firewalls on Microsoft Azure.
This reference document links the technical design aspects of Microsoft Azure with Palo Alto Networks solutions and then explores several technical design models. The design models include multiple options with all resources in a single VNet to enterprise-level operational environments that span across multiple VNets using a Transit VNet.
This reference document provides detailed guidance on the requirements and functionality of the Transit VNet design model and explains how to successfully implement that design model using Panorama and Palo Alto Networks® VM-Series firewalls on Microsoft Azure.