Palo Alto Networks Alleviates the Cost of Switching from Legacy Endpoint Security Solutions to Cortex XDR

Palo Alto Networks is offering a new Cortex platform capability for endpoint security, assisting customers to accelerate “platformization” and improve their endpoint protection.

Organizations struggle to prevent, detect, and respond to the continuous advancement of cyberthreats. To simplify their architectures, increase efficiencies, and create better security outcomes, organizations are adopting platformization, according to the vendor.

This offer enables qualified customers to accelerate platformization and transition to Cortex XDR by providing a "no-cost" period of the solution until existing legacy contracts expire. Additionally, the program includes a baseline package of "no-cost" professional services to assist with the agent migration.

"As we continue to navigate the complexity of the digital landscape, our commitment to customers is unwavering. Today, we are building on that commitment by offering qualified customers a higher standard of endpoint protection through our new offer. Customers can now replace their existing legacy endpoint security solutions and seamlessly implement Cortex XDR without disruption,” said Lee Klarich, chief product officer, Palo Alto Networks.

Cortex XDR is an effective endpoint protection platform that identifies evasive threats with unmatched accuracy by continuously profiling network, user, and endpoint activity with behavioral analytics, according to the company.

Cortex XDR accelerates investigations by providing a complete picture of every attack, automatically revealing the root cause of alerts.

The Cortex platform offer for endpoint security is available for a limited time to qualified customers.

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