Palo Alto Networks News of the Week – January 24, 2014

Jan 24, 2014
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All the Palo Alto Networks news you’ve missed this week, compiled in one spot!

We announced that we achieved the highly regarded ANSSI defense sector certification in France.


We started a new monthly series highlighting our customers. In the first entry, read about how The Heinz Endowments embraced the power of the Palo Alto Networks enterprise security platform, switched from Cisco and saved nearly $12,000 in annual costs.

Tip of the Week: we offered you 5 key considerations to preventing advanced attacks.

Scott Simkin will be a featured speaker for a Webcast next Wednesday, January 29, on "Solving for Evasion: The Cyber Kill-chain & the Enterprise Security Platform."

Isabelle Dumont shared predictions, fears and hopes for the future of security on an elite panel formed of industry-leading experts from the top cyber security companies in the world at the International Forum for Cybersecurity.

Del Rodillas expanded on his thoughts from this week’s ICS-ISAC panel discussing Situational Awareness Reference Architecture (SARA) and SCADA system security.

Armando Dacal, Regional Director New Zealand/Australia, spoke to CSO Australia about how information-security executives need to move past traditional “legacy mindset of locking and blocking” to a flexible approach tailored to employees' application requirements and usage.

Rick Howard discussed how to get the most out of risk management spend in this article from Dark Reading.

Spotlight On Ignite 2014: We're pleased to confirm the initial lineup of hands-on sessions we'll be offering at Ignite.

Rick Howard’s Cybersecurity Canon added two more books:

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