At Spark User Summits, you get the opportunity to maximize your investments and gain new perspective on your security technology from fellow Palo Alto Networks users in your area. If you’re local to Houston, Texas or Toronto, Canada, you don’t want to miss your chance to get a leg up on new Palo Alto Networks releases such as PAN-OS 7.0.
In Toronto, you’ll hear from Samantha Madrid, Head of Network Security Product Marketing at Palo Alto Networks, about what’s been introduced in PAN-OS 7.0. With more than 70 new features, this update is designed to expand prevention capabilities through enhanced analysis, automation and operational efficiencies by focusing on response time reduction, automated correlation of threats and streamlined policy management.
Spark User Summit Toronto
In the session, “SDCC and Network Virtualization -- An Inherently Better Security Model,” lead by Devender Sharma, Senior Systems Engineer, Network and Security Business Unit, of VMware, you will learn about how NSX delivers on micro-segmentation and how Network Virtualization not only forms the underpinning of SDDC, but also provides a more secure platform for data center overall.
Spark User Summit Houston
Join Michael Breen, Consulting Engineer, Threat Prevention at Palo Alto Networks for the session “Anatomy of Modern Advance Threats and Open Discussion on Mitigation Techniques” and walk through some of the recent advanced threats that affected the banking industry and government organizations in EMEA.