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Founded:
2005
Company Size:
5001-10000 employees
Company Type:
Public
Location:
Santa Clara, CA
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Palo Alto Networks is the next-generation security company maintaining trust in the digital age by helping tens of thousands of organizations worldwide prevent cyber breaches. With our deep cybersecurity expertise, commitment to innovation, and game-changing Next-Generation Security Platform, custom ...
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News of the Week: June 23, 2018
Did you miss any of this week’s Palo Alto Networks action? Don’t worry – we’ve rounded up our top news and views right here: The Unit 42 Don’t Panic podcast is back! Check out the latest episode exploring supply chain attacks. Unit 42 shared new research: Phishing in a Nutshell: January – March 2018 The Old and New: Current Trends in Web-based Threats Tick Group Weaponized Secure USB Drives to Target Air-Gapped Critical Systems Our look into the evolving role ...
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Channel Scoop: June 22, 2018
Sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s Channel Scoop. Miss the NextWave Partner Huddle? If you weren’t able to attend the webinar on June 21, don’t despair. We have the video and presentation available for your viewing pleasure. Become a CYBERFORCE Member. This elite team of highly trained and proven partner engineers are passionate about the platform. Reap the rewards of this technical recognition program. Learn more. VMware NSX® SD-WAN by VeloCloud Webinar. Palo Alto Netwo ...
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Tick Group Weaponized Secure USB Drives to Target Air-Gapped Critical Systems
Summary Tick is a cyberespionage group primarily targeting organizations in Japan and the Republic of Korea. The group is known to conduct attack campaigns with various custom malware such as Minzen, Datper, Nioupale (aka Daserf), and HomamDownloader. Unit 42 last wrote about the Tick group in July 2017. Recently, Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 discovered the Tick group targeted a specific type of secure USB drive created by a South Korean defense company. The USB drive and its management system hav ...
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Palo Alto Networks Commitment to Educating European CEOs and Boards on Cybersecurity as a Business I
In recent years, the topic of cybersecurity awareness, education, training, and skills has grown in importance across the European Union. On each trip I take to Brussels, I am struck by how this is a growing priority for policymakers in the European Commission, the European Parliament, and EU Member States. Palo Alto Networks welcomes this growing emphasis on cybersecurity awareness and skills in the EU. On the one-year anniversary of our joining the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition (DSJC) &nda ...
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Don’t Panic About Software Supply Chain Attacks
The latest episode of the Don’t Panic cybersecurity podcast is now live. In this latest episode, Ryan goes back to the topic he talked about in his 2018 predictions piece “The Era of Software Supply-Chain Attacks Has Begun”: Software Supply Chain attacks. As a reminder, “Don’t Panic,” is the official podcast of Unit 42, the Palo Alto Network threat intelligence team and features Palo Alto Networks CSO Rick Howard and Palo Alto Networks Senior Vice President, ...
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3 New NextWave Partner Program Updates
Our award-winning NextWave Channel Partner Program achieved CRN’s 5-Star partner program rating for the 7th consecutive year. We are proud of this accomplishment and we continue to enhance the program by reviewing market dynamics, customer needs, partner feedback and data analytics to simplify, strengthen and innovate for our partners. We have made the following three changes: Announced a Traps Cloud Specialization to align with Traps 5.0, which fortified our endpoint prevention capabiliti ...
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The Old and New: Current Trends in Web-based Threats
Summary In this blog, Unit 42 is sharing analysis and statistics from our Email Link Analysis (ELINK) from the first quarter of 2018 and highlighting interesting findings of current web threats. We will first describe statistical information about CVEs, malicious URLs and Exploit Kits (EKs), then discuss the current life cycle of these web-based threats, and wrap up with two case studies about evolving EKs and a cryptocurrency miner.   Statistics analysis CVEs In the first quarter of 2018, ...
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CISOs Must Incorporate Regional Laws and Regulations into Cyber Strategy
Over the past decade, the role of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has evolved to keep pace with today’s dynamic threat and regulatory environment. In a new paper, Palo Alto Networks and Korn Ferry examine five things CISOs will need to focus on as their roles shift to accommodate executive responsibilities and more is expected of their teams in the coming years. An excerpt is below. For multinational companies, it will be necessary to grow strategic regional teams t ...
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Phishing in a Nutshell: January – March 2018
Summary Phishing remains one of the most dangerous threat vectors of cyberattacks. Even though Exploit Kits are on the decline overall, as we outlined in our posting Rig EK One Year Later: From Ransomware to Coin Miners and Information Stealers, phishing itself is not on the decline. Unit 42 recently has done research on phishing attacks and phishing URLs. In this blog, we will show some statistical phishing results from the first quarter of 2018, January through March, especially for HTTPS phis ...
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News of the Week: June 16, 2018
Did you miss any of this week’s Palo Alto Networks action? Don’t worry – we’ve rounded up our top news and views right here: Unit 42 shared new research: The Rise of the Cryptocurrency Miners The June release of Traps management service is now available. Check out the technical documentation and release notes. Learn about Palo Alto Networks updated enablement offerings that help you keep up with the pace of innovation. Game time: Check out our new custom App-ID for the 2 ...

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