Palo Alto Networks unveils new AI-powered security solutions to tackle advanced threats – SiliconANGLE News

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Palo Alto Networks Inc. today announced a suite of new security solutions powered by its Precision AI technology that are designed to protect enterprises against artificial intelligence-generated threats and to secure AI by design.

The new solutions leverage Palo Alto’s Precision AI and combine machine learning and deep learning with the accessibility of generative AI to deliver AI-powered security that can outpace adversaries and more proactively protect networks and infrastructure. Precision AI has been infused across Palo Alto’s Strata, Prisma and Cortex offerings to deliver new capabilities to address key enterprise use cases.

The new Precision AI Security Bundle offers advanced security services powered by Precision AI, including Advanced URL Filtering, Advanced Threat Prevention, Advanced WildFire and Advanced DNS Security. The services use inline AI to prevent sophisticated web-based threats, zero-day threats, evasive command-and-control attacks and DNS hijacking attacks.

Specific new solutions include Counter AI with AI, which involves using AI-powered security measures to combat and counteract the potential negative impacts or risks associated with the malicious use of AI. Another feature called Secure AI by Design creates a security AI ecosystem that prioritizes the integrity of AI security frameworks, improves compliance and minimizes data exposure.

Through the middle of the new announcements, a new feature called AI Access Security enables an organization’s workforce to use AI tools with confidence, giving security teams full visibility, robust controls, data protection and proactive threat prevention measures. Another feature called AI Runtime Security does as its name suggests – protects against runtime threats like prompt injections, model denial of service attacks and insecure outputs.

New AI-enabled Code to Cloud capabilities include AI attack path and blast radius analysis, as well as guided remediation that uncovers complex risks and potential breach pathways.

Last but not least, Palo Alto announced Prisma Cloud AI Security Posture Management, a service that secures AI ecosystems by identifying vulnerabilities and prioritizing misconfigurations in models, applications and resources. The service is said to improve compliance and minimize data exposure, thus improving the integrity of your AI security framework.

“Enterprises must move even faster beyond disparate processes and solutions to recognize the benefits of a connected platform that represents more than just a tech stack — but instead a critical business mechanism and undeniable driver of success,” Nikesh Arora, chairman and chief executive officer of Palo Alto Networks, said in a statement. “Platformization is the approach needed, and integrated solutions that can both protect and enable AI are integral to achieving results.”

Arora added that “Precision AI by Palo Alto Networks is the game changer that will create a new paradigm in security — perhaps for the first time — where the defender is ahead of the adversary.”

The new Palo Alto Networks solutions powered by Precision AI will be made generally available late in the year.

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