Palo Alto Networks, Accenture expand alliance to offer generative AI services

Palo Alto Networks and Accenture have announced the expansion of their strategic alliance to provide new offerings that combine Palo Alto Networks’ Precision AI technology with Accenture’s secure generative AI services.

The expanded partnership will offer comprehensive AI diagnostic services powered by Palo Alto Networks’s Prisma Cloud AI Security Posture Management (AI-SPM) and AI Access Security. Accenture will utilize these tools to secure clients’ AI environments with AI Runtime Security, helping them develop a multilayered strategy to support every stage of the AI lifecycle.

The cross-platform offers from Palo Alto Networks and Accenture will include GenAI builds, discovery and exposure management, proactive threat detection and prevention, and responsible AI practices.

Palo Alto Networks will collaborate closely with Accenture Security as a design partner to develop and customize Palo Alto Networks AI Runtime Security to meet specific client needs as well, according to the companies.

[Image courtesy: Palo Alto Networks]

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