Prisma Access

Welcome to the Prisma Access docs homepage! Prisma Access helps you deliver consistent security to your remote networks and mobile users. All your users—at headquarters, office branches, and on the road—connect to Prisma Access to safely use the internet and cloud and data center applications. You get protection at scale with global coverage, so you don’t have to worry about things like sizing and deploying firewalls at your branches, or building out and managing appliances in collocation facilities. 

What's New

September 1, 2023 Prisma Access 4.2 Preferred offers you credential phishing prevention support and user-based enforcement for Explicit Proxy Kerberos authentication, among other new features. 
June 28, 2023 Prisma Access 4.1 Preferred provides you with more exciting features, including high-bandwidth private app access with Colo-Connect, traffic replication and PCAP support, and service provider backbone integration. See the 4.1 release notes for more information. 
May 22, 2023 Prisma Access now supports explicit proxy connectivity for GlobalProtect 6.2. This protects users with always-on internet security while providing on-demand access to private apps through a third-party VPN, GlobalProtect with Prisma Access, or an on-premises NGFW.
April 18, 2023 All new ZTNA Connector provides mobile users and users at branch locations access to your private apps using an automated secure tunnel, eliminating the need to set up IPSec tunnels and routing definitions to access your private apps.
March 30, 2023 Prisma Access 4.0 Preferred offers many exciting new features, including PAN-OS 10.2 support, support for 400 remote network sites per IPSec termination node, and new and updated locations. See the 4.0 release notes for more information.
March 24, 2023 Prisma Access China released, providing cloud-delivered security and network access to help you secure your multinational hybrid workforces and remote locations across mainland China without the need for additional hardware.

Two Ways to Manage Prisma Access

There are two ways to manage Prisma Access: you can use Panorama or, for cloud management, you can use the new Strata Cloud Manager platform. Before you get started with Prisma Access, you must decide on the management interface you want to use , as you cannot switch management interfaces once you begin. 

Review the docs to validate feature support based on the management interface you're using; each topic covers feature parity and workflows across Panorama and cloud management with Strata Cloud Manager.

Introducing Strata Cloud Manager for Prisma Access

You can now (or very soon!) use Prisma Access with Strata Cloud Manager, the new AI-powered, unified management platform. Get started:

Introduction to Prisma Access

Get Started with Prisma Access License Activation

Quick Tour of Prisma Access Insights