Palo Alto Networks and Ordr have joined forces to provide the most effective solution to identify, classify, and protect IoT and digital OT devices from unauthorized access and cyberattack.
Ordr offers integration with PANW NGFW/Panorama and Cortex:
The most effective means to protect IoT and digital OT devices is through microsegmentation and Zero Trust policies. Ordr automatically discovers and classifies all OT, IoT, and non-IoT devices. We map these devices existing PAN-OS tags or new ones auto-generated by Ordr SCE. When new devices are connected to the network, they are automatically classified and updated in Panorama and NGFWs with the proper tag membership. Ordr SCE also provides segmentation policy insights for enforcement on Panorama.
Next-generation firewalls collect rich traffic for security analysis in the Cortex Data Lake. Ordr SCE analyzes data in Cortex Data Lake to automatically discover and classify all OT, IoT and non-IoT devices. We then map groups of devices to existing PAN-OS tags or new ones autogenerated by Ordr SCE.
When new devices are connected to the network, they are automatically classified and updated in Panorama and next-generation firewalls with the proper tag membership. Based on the PANW Cortex analysis, Ordr also automatically generates security policies that can be enforced on PANW NGFW.