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We use it to monitor our cloud environments to get a real-time inventory of what's being stood up, what's being torn down, vulnerability management, risk management, and all of our cloud resources across all AWS, Azure, and GCP.
This solution helps us with visibility of the data stored in the cloud and it even scans our files. If a user is trying to upload any kind of malware file or a script, Prisma SaaS scans those files and helps us identify anything malicious. If it finds something, it directly cleans the file. We are partners with Prisma SaaS.
We are basically using it for cloud governance. We have AWS as our public cloud service, and we have multiple cloud accounts that we manage. We're using Prisma SaaS for the cloud governance of these accounts.
We are a solution provider and we have implemented Prism Cloud for a couple of clients. Our clients use this product for their container security.
I am an integrator. Prisma SaaS is the most preferred solution among our customers — my customers really like it. Currently, I have three customers that are using this solution. Many of my customers work in the financial sector. Prisma SaaS is a top-choice solution for customers who are looking for more flexibility and secure edge points. Prisma Saas has taken big steps to please its customers. It's a cloud-based solution and cloud security is at the edge of the market. The Coronavirus and the pandemic pushed the market to the cloud.
We are a solution provider and we work with our customers to provide them with cloud-based solutions. One of the categories we provide is in the security-related space, and Prisma SaaS is one that we are promoting. One of the primary use cases is to create a more secure tunnel between home and office, allowing people to more securely work remotely from home.
We use this solution to secure the network. We block unwanted traffic.
The company I work for mainly uses Palo Alto Networks Prisma SaaS to secure our network.
This is a CASB product that we use to protect data that is in the cloud. We work with our client to protect them from unknown threats, as well as known threats such as the inadvertent sharing of files. An example of this is the uploading of a file by an admin that contains sensitive data that was not intended to be shared with anyone who is external to the organization, such as a Gmail address. This solution offers protection from these kinds of problems.
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