Palo Alto Networks® PA-5200 Series of next-generation firewall appliances comprises the PA-5260, the PA-5250 and the PA-5220, which target high-speed data center, internet gateway and service provider deployments. The PA-5200 Series delivers up to 72 Gbps of throughput using dedicated processing and memory for the key functional areas of networking, security, threat prevention and management.
The Palo Alto Networks® Cortex platform unleashes a consumption model based in software as a service, or SaaS, that allows customers to dynamically engage apps to solve a nearly boundless number of the most challenging security use cases with the best technology available.
Palo Alto Networks delivers security to protect SD-WAN environments. GlobalProtect™ cloud service provides a unique, cloud-based environment that adapts to the dynamics of SD- WAN to stop threats and enable access to internal and cloud-based applications.
Any modern organization requires the Domain Name System (DNS) to run its business, regardless of industry, location, size, or products. DNS is fundamental to every single modern organization, all over the world. It’s also a pervasive but easily overlooked attack surface, and bad actors are using this to their advantage.
Additions to the Mirai botnet suggest those behind the automated IoT-based attack mechanism are turning more to enterprise devices, says a report from Palo Alto Networks.
Contributing writer Howard Solomon is there reporting and filed this pre-conference interview with Ryan Olson, vice-president of threat research at Palo Alto Networks, on what to expect.
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.
Apply predictive analytics to disrupt attacks that use DNS for command and control or data theft
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.
Palo Alto Networks announced major tweaks to its NextWave Partner Program this week, including a new dedicated managed services program.