Palo Alto Networks launches AI-driven security platform

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Lately, Cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks unveiled an AI-driven security platform named Cortex XSIAM, which can transform the methodology security businesses deploy data, analytics, and automation.

XSIAM, or its full-form Extended Security Intelligence & Automation Management, transforms infrastructure telemetry into an intelligent database capable of powering best-in-class artificial intelligence and speeding up a threat response.

Palo Alto Networks’ CEO Nikesh Arora said that as the attacks’ complexity increases with each passing day, the organizations are still taking hours, days, or months to resolve the threats. The Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) space has been frozen and heavily depends upon human-driven workflows. SIEM space needs a revolutionary approach, not an evolutionary approach. There is a need for an approach to run cybersecurity using AI so that organizations can respond to all attacks in real-time.

Particularly, Cortex XSIAM will alter security operations by enabling enterprises to:

  • Develop a cost-efficient intelligent data foundation; Palo Alto Networks’ Cortex XSIAM can natively ingest, standardize and integrate granular data across the security infrastructure at about half the list price of conventional security systems.
  • Threat detection in minutes; Cortex XSIAM identifies emerging threats across the whole security infrastructure, automates the correlation of alerts and data into incidents and utilizes a self-learning recommendation engine to identify response next steps by offering several layers of AI-driven analytics built on the data foundation.
  • Proactively outpace threats; Cortex XSIAM’s native attack surface management enables continuous vulnerability detection and automated response based on integrated threat intelligence from tens of thousands of Paolo Alto Networks clients.

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