The biggest and best Ignite Conference yet is in the books. Our heartiest thanks to everyone who made it so!
Watch this space over the next few days for more from Ignite 2016, from behind-the-scenes photos and video to lots more action from the breakout rooms, exhibit hall and the late night festivities.
For now, however, we’re pleased to highlight this week’s Cyber Range exercises, which took place on Tuesday and Wednesday at Ignite and were sponsored by The Wall Street Journal and The Economist. A joint effort by Cyber Test Systems and Palo Alto Networks, each day featured teams of Palo Alto Networks partners and customers going head to head as they were tested on a network generating live traffic and real world malware, honing their skills with the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform. Cyber Test Systems provided traffic generation to fuel the exercise and organized the exercise around cutting-edge single-vector and multi-vector attack scenarios.
Congratulations to the Cyber Range Day 1 and Day 2 winners!
— Ignite (@Ignite_Conf) April 5, 2016
— Ignite (@Ignite_Conf) April 6, 2016
Save the Date
Believe it or not, we’re already looking ahead to our next get-together. Join us at Ignite 2017 in Vancouver, British Columbia, June 12-15, 2017
You can continue to follow Ignite activities on @Ignite_Conf and using hashtag #igniteconf16. Over the next few weeks we’ll be adding general session and breakout session videos, as well as some of the great conversations captured with our customers onsite in Las Vegas. Don’t forget to check out our Facebook gallery for the latest snaps from the show. We’ve shared a few tweets below, as well, so you can read what our attendees are saying about their time at Ignite 2016:
— James Lavender (@mrjameslavender) April 6, 2016
— Khipu Networks (@KhipuNetworks) April 6, 2016
Last Day. Gonna end Ignite on a hot streak of great sessions #igniteconf16
— P. Car (@Winna1984) April 6, 2016