Check out all of the top Palo Alto Networks news from this past week.
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We have officially kicked off Ignite 2015 with the opening of online registration! Read on for all the reasons you need to be there this year. We’ve also opened the Call for Papers and can’t wait to read what you submit.
As 2014 comes to a close, Palo Alto Networks subject matter experts check in on what they see as major topics and trends for the new year. First up, Kate Taylor makes predictions for Threat Prevention.
Rick Howard had an early review of SPAM Nation, the new book by Brian Krebs, covering a seminal period in cybersecurity history. See why Rick thinks it's worthy of the Cybersecurity Canon, and find out how you can get involved in the Cybersecurity Canon and submit your favorite cybersecurity book for consideration.
Not quite ten days after Unit 42 released a white paper on WireLurker, arrests have already been made in China. The research team looks at details that have emerged since the arrests.
In this latest of our lightboard sessions, Warby Warburton shows how the seamless integration between VMware NSX and our VM-Series virtualized Next-Generation Firewalls allows you to automate security provisioning, inclusive of firewall services and associated security policies, as a means of segmenting your virtual machines using Zero Trust principles.
Brian Tokuyoshi discusses the grey area in certain app behaviors — they're not malware, but they may be of concern — and how to protect yourself.
As part of our commitment to enabling partners worldwide, our Accredited Sales Expert Course (ASE) is now available in eight languages. Complete with translated content, navigation, transcripts and resources, these training courses are accessible to all partners and are the first step towards achieving NextWave Partner Program compliance.
Securing industrial control system (ICS) networks is crucial in this age of advanced persistent threats. Mario Chiock and Del Rodillas developed of a full list of recommendations and core capabilities that define an ICS security platform
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We’re on the road with VMware and VMUG in the U.S. and Canada this month and next to discuss how you can strengthen your data center security without compromising application performance. Find an event near you to learn best practices for implementing advanced security services in a SDDC, to hear customer insights for deploying VMware NSX with micro-segmentation, and to get hands-on experience test-driving an integrated VMware-Palo Alto Networks solution.
We’re also on the road across North and South America with Citrix and CA for the next several weeks to talk about how enterprises can streamline virtualized data centers, radically simply network services for delivering critical applications and reduce complexity and cost, all without sacrificing performance and security. Join us at an event near you.
Here are upcoming events around the world that you should know about:
Webinar Endpoint Security [Dutch]
Palo Alto Networks demo [Finnish]