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Department Of Veterans Affairs Selects Palo Alto Networks To Modernize Security

Agreement marks a commitment to secure remote work and deliver a seamless healthcare experience for US veterans

Palo Alto Networks the global cybersecurity leader,  announced that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) selected Palo Alto Networks to secure its expanded remote workforce, its network of Internet of Medical Things “IoMTs” and the new Electronic Health Record Modernization (EHRM) program. The VA will adopt industry-leading Palo Alto Networks products in this multiyear agreement, supporting the VA’s efforts to deliver seamless, secure services to U.S. veterans.

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“The Department of Veterans Affairs provides millions of veterans with access to quality services, including healthcare,” said BJ Jenkins, president, Palo Alto Networks. “We are proud to deliver the cybersecurity tools to support this critical mission and continue building on our longstanding partnership with the VA.”

With this agreement, Palo Alto Networks builds on a trusted, decade-long relationship with the Department of Veterans Affairs. To secure the remote workforce expansion, the VA will leverage Palo Alto Networks’ remote access solution. Next-generation security technology will be used to secure the VA’s electronic records modernization program, designed to deliver seamless access to healthcare for 9 million veterans and their family members. The technology will also provide automated visibility into all of the IoMT devices in the VA’s network.

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