**BOSTON – October 23, 2018** – Recorded Future, the leading threat intelligence company, today announced the availability of its Lookup app for the Palo Alto Networks® Application Framework. The Application Framework is a cloud-based framework that extends the capabilities of the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform, which allows organizations to rapidly consume and implement a variety of innovative cloud-based security applications from any provider, large or small.

The app will allow users to search Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall logs for recent indicators of compromise (IOCs) directly from Recorded Future Intelligence Cards. Recorded Future Intelligence Cards present real-time threat intelligence in a single view, unifying thousands of data points, and include evidence-based risk scores that enable security operations teams to make fast decisions about threats facing their organization.

This fully integrated approach solves two critical issues created by legacy solutions — highly manual processes and complex workflows. By combining customer-specific network data with external threat intelligence, security teams are able to identify and validate IOCs that may be present in their network traffic and quickly take action.


  • “Security teams are in a constant race against the clock — allowing security professionals to pivot immediately from indicators to validation to response is critical. This app puts the information necessary to immediately understand whether a detected incident has an associated IOC at the fingertips of responders — effectively cutting attackers off at the knees.” – Matt Kodama, Vice President of Product, Recorded Future
  • “We are thrilled to see the debut of third-party applications for our customers, and we welcome Recorded Future to the Application Framework developer community. Together, we are fueling innovation in the cybersecurity market by completely changing the way that organizations test, deploy, and manage security. This important advancement will make organizations everywhere more secure and help protect our way of life in the digital age.” – Lee Klarich, Chief Product Officer, Palo Alto Networks