It will shortly be back to school for students in Canada and the U.S. So now’s time for parents to remind their young ones – and teens – how to be safe online.
Threat actors are exploiting the Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities by installing a new ransomware strain on unprotected servers.
Public cloud adoption in Canada is rising, but so are the challenges organizations face when it comes to securing public cloud environments such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure, according to Rob Lunney, Canada’s country manager for Palo Alto Networks.
Palo Alto Networks’ Canadian country manager talks about the challenges his company faces, how it has adapted its strategies to meet them, and what the channel needs to do to keep pace.
Enterprises have been enjoying the flexibility and torrent of innovation that public cloud platforms have provided over the years. However, adopting public cloud services can also magnify security risks and compliance challenges if not carefully planned for in advance. Here are some cloud security trends I’ve observed over the last year and predictions I have for 2019.
Moving to the cloud has pretty much become an imperative for organizations of all sizes, yet the elephant in the room is cloud security. While in many ways the cloud is more secure than on-premises environments, recent headlines about cloud data exposure underline the fact that companies still don’t entirely understand the differences between securing a legacy environment and protecting a cloud.
As part of the enhanced relationship with Google, Palo Alto Networks will now run their Application Framework and GlobalProtect cloud service in the Google Cloud, as they believe its analytics capabilities are the best fit for these applications.