Here is the top Palo Alto Networks news from this past week.
Palo Alto Networks researchers analyze Anunak & Chthonic malicious campaigns, and possible prevention using Traps, our Advanced Endpoint Protection solution.
Check out this deep dive analysis of Android system service vulnerability CVE-2014-7911 & exploitation.
We examine the methods of operation for common ransomware samples and a possible solution using Advanced Endpoint Protection that, based on our lab tests, would have blocked the ransomware families and prevented malicious activity.
Our mission at this year's Ignite Conference is to empower you with knowledge you can rely on to separate fact from fiction, so we’ve called in surprise experts to assist at the Ignite evening event happening March 31st. Find out more here.
The Ignite deadline for the Call for Papers is January 18! If you’ve got strong content to share on “war stories” of enterprise security deployment, new threat research, technical best practices, or a detailed how-to, we want to hear from you – submit before next Sunday.
Find out how to vote on which books you want to see join Parmy Olson’s We Are Anonymous in the Cybersecurity Canon. Don’t see your favorite cybersecurity book on the candidate list? You should submit it for consideration.
Head here to see a document highlighting survey results from Forrester Research that illustrate the total economic impact (TEI) of an Enterprise Security Platform and its fundamental advantages over a collection of point products.
Tips and tricks from the Palo Alto Networks technical documentations team on PAN-OS 6.1, including the Administrator's Guide and 9 interesting features & topics to check out.
Here are upcoming events around the world that you should know about:
1月23日(金)NextWave Summit [Japanese]