Next-Generation Firewalls are the leading family of next-generation firewalls that have been providing network security for 16 years. NGFW guarantees the prevention of a wide range of attacks that detect both known and unknown threats by using data obtained from many thousands of installed devices. Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls protect your networks with a prophylactic architecture that you can easily deploy and use. By using automation, you can reduce the time for manual control and focus on other important tasks.

Network security



Gartner Magic Quadrant leader

2020 Gartner MQ for Network Firewalls

block 100%

of evasions

getting a product with the highest possible rating of AAA

CyberRatings 2021 Enterprise Firewall Product Rating Report

Enterprise Firewall Leader

highest score in the Strategy category

The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Firewalls, Q3 2020


What problems can you solve with NGFW?

    Maintain the proper data center security
    Provide branch and retail store security
    Security of mobile and remote employees
    Protect the Network perimeter 
    Mobile network security with support for 5G, IoT, mobile, and private LTE networks


Next-Generation Firewalls

NGFWs are available as physical hardware, virtual devices, and firewalls to secure a 5G mobile network. Platforms are categorized by performance and application, allowing you to customize the solution to meet the needs of an organization of any size or need.
The main lines of devices are:
PA-7000 Series, PA-5000 Series, PA-3000 Series, PA-800 Series, PA-200, VM-Series, CN-Series.

- Physical firewalls

Special equipment to ensure network security along the entire network perimeter - from the main office and data centers to mobile and remote workstations.

- Virtual firewalls

Virtual NGFW protect private and public clouds by providing secure access to applications and preventing threats.

- Container firewalls

Container firewalls prevent sophisticated network threats from spreading across trust boundaries between namespaces and other types of workloads in a Kubernetes® environment.

Request a Free SLR Report

Our engineers install firewalls in your organization for seven days, and upon expiration of the week, an SLR (Security Lifecycle Review) report is generated based on the results of checking your network traffic. An SLR report is a detailed report providing the information unique to your organization that will help you discover applications, threats, and security vulnerabilities in your enterprise.