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Founded:
2005
Company Size:
5001-10000 employees
Company Type:
Public
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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: August 18, 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: Threat Brief – IOT Research Customizing Wireshark – Changing Your Column Display Four Unit 42 Vulnerability Researchers Make MSRC Top 100 for 2018 Watch: this Q&A covers the basics of the EU’s first law focused specifically on cybersecurity and how CISOs should approach it. We shared three reasons ...
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Channel Scoop: August 17, 2018
Sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s Channel Scoop. CYBERFORCE Guardian Has Arrived. The wildly successful CYBERFORCE program has just added a professional services component. Partners who qualify for Guardian are trusted security consultants who are certified to migrate customers to the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform. Find out what it takes to achieve Guardian status. See details in the program overview. Manage Network Security. IT teams are stretched to the limit trying ...
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Four Unit 42 Vulnerability Researchers Make MSRC Top 100 for 2018
Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 is proud to announce that four of our researchers were named to the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) “Top 100 Security Researchers List” for 2018. This is the third year Unit 42 researchers have been included in this prestigious list, which is announced every year at Black Hat. This year’s Unit 42 winners are:   Rank Name 10 Gal De Leon 13 Hui Gao 73 Tao Yan 79 Jin Chen   Palo Alto Networks is a regular contributor to vulnerability ...
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Customizing Wireshark – Changing Your Column Display
Wireshark is a free protocol analyzer that can record and display packet captures (pcaps) of network traffic. This tool is used by IT professionals to investigate a wide range of network issues. As a Threat Intelligence Analyst for Palo Alto Networks Unit 42, I often use Wireshark to review traffic generated from malware samples. What makes Wireshark so useful? It is very customizable. The default column display in Wireshark provides a wealth of information, but you should customize Wireshark to ...
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In OT Environments, Security Must Not Be an Afterthought
The dream of a cloud-enabled operational technology, or OT, environment is becoming a reality thanks to daily innovations in technology, which have the potential of turning legacy control systems into integrated IIoT instances. These changes are happening at a fast pace, and are often extraordinary in scale. Large scale ICS SCADA systems, such as those found in oil and gas are evolving; however, one thing remains constant: poor security.   Why Security Is a Challenge As IT security professi ...
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Threat Brief: Cyber Attackers Using Your Home Router To Bring Down Websites
In recent research, Palo Alto Networks found attackers were targeting home routers to take control and use them for attacks against other websites that can bring them down. Here we explain this type of attack and what you should do.   Why should I care, what can it do to me? These attacks could affect you in two ways: They can slow down or disrupt your internet connection, They can also make you an unwitting participant in attacks against other websites.   What causes this kind of atta ...
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Three Reasons to Attend Ignite Europe This October
This October, we’ll be bringing the Ignite conference to Europe for the first time. Full of technical sessions, hands-on workshops and expert speakers, here are three reasons why you should make your way to Amsterdam this October.   Networking “It’s really an eye-opener, with such great talks. I’m a great believer in exchanging: What are you doing right? Every organization has limited resources and limited time to spend on these events. I would like to learn from o ...
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Policy Q&A: The Basics of the NIS Directive
In this Q&A, Danielle Kriz, senior director of Global Policy, and Fred Streefland, senior manager of Product Marketing for EMEA, cover the basics of the EU’s Network and Information Security Directive and what it might mean for organizations. Fred: Let’s talk about a new cybersecurity law in the European Union, the Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive. What is it, who does it apply to, and what do they need to do? Danielle: It’s the EU’s first law specifi ...
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News of the Week: August 11, 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: DarkHydrus uses Phishery to Harvest Credentials in the Middle East Palo Alto Networks field CTO John Kindervag clarified what is, and what isn’t ZeroTrust. We outlined the key differences between the Azure Firewall and our VM-Series. Palo Alto Networks CSO Rick Howard reviewed “Exponential Organizations&rdqu ...
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Channel Scoop: August 10, 2018
Sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s Channel Scoop. It’s Time to DisruptIgnite’ 18 Europe is coming to Amsterdam in October, and you need to have your key customers there to take advantage of an agenda full of technical sessions, Ultimate Test Drives, hands-on workshops and expert speakers.  We will also feature Cyber Range sessions and peer-to-peer networking with more than 1,500 top global security experts. Plus, workshops, PCNSE exams, CE credit opportunities and more. ...

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