The endpoint security marketplace is crowded with vendors claiming to have superior capabilities. Cutting through all the marketing and sales pitches to understand how these products perform isn’t easy. Luckily, The MITRE Corporation conducted an independent test of the detection and investigation capabilities of leading endpoint detection and response (EDR) products against real-world attack sequences. We’ll break down MITRE’s methodology, the results, and what it all means for your organization as you assess your current and future endpoint security toolkit.
The journey to the cloud is not a linear one, and organizations choose to migrate to the cloud in a multitude of ways and approaches. The resulting complexity is the enemy of security. In fact, according to ESG, “36% of organizations use between 24 to 49 different security products while 19% use more than 50 different products from an assortment of vendors.” All this noise only makes way for more security concerns such as integration issues, misconfigurations, and access control. To overcome this complexity and succeed in the cloud, organizations must demand security solutions that can quickly and effectively scale with changing business needs. Prisma by Palo Alto Networks is the industry’s most complete cloud security offering for today and tomorrow, providing unprecedented visibility into data, assets, and risks across the cloud and delivered with radical simplicity.
Cortex is the next-generation of Palo Alto Networks’ Application Framework, with the ability to create a much deeper data lake and analyze it more effectively. The newly announced Traps 6.0 endpoint solution contributes to this, as it now gathers data like an EDR solution for the first time.
Palo Alto Networks announced major tweaks to its NextWave Partner Program this week, including a new dedicated managed services program.
Cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks recently announced the launch of Palo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Academy in collaboration with IBM Canada and the British Columbia Ministry of Education. The Santa Clara-based company stated the latest facility is intended to bridge the skills gap by preparing students for careers in cybersecurity.
This is the first major ‘tweak’ of Palo Alto Networks’ partner program since its inception, and the changes are extremely significant, and multi-faceted.
In honour of Safer Internet Day, Palo Alto Networks , the global cybersecurity leader, today announced the introduction of its Palo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Academy to high school students in Canada. Working in partnership with British Columbia’s Ministry of Education and IBM Canada, the program’s mission is to bridge the skills gap by preparing students for careers in cybersecurity.
Today is Safer Internet Day, and it’s never to early in life to get youth involved with initiatives to protect themselves and their work online.
EToday is Safer Internet Day around the world, and to honour the occasion Santa Clara-based cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks has announced that is has joined forces with IBM Canada and the British Columbia Ministry of Education to launch the Palo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Academy.
Palo Alto Networks has partnered with BC’s Ministry of Education and IBM Canada to launch Palo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Academy, the first of its kind in Canadian high schools. The program aims to bridge the tech skills gap in Canada by preparing students for careers in cybersecurity.