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The next generation of cybersecurity professionals is being created by the Girl Scouts

Tech leaders will soon be able to look to the Girl Scouts for both their cookie and cybersecurity needs. The first-ever national Girl Scout Cybersecurity training badges will roll out in 2018, teaching girls grades K-12 programming, ethical hacking, and how to avoid security incidents, as part of a partnership with Palo Alto Networks, the organizations recently announced.

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Girl Scouts to begin offering first-ever cybersecurity badges in 2018

They can start fires, manage money, splint an injury and navigate trails. And beginning in 2018, Girl Scouts can learn to detect and defend themselves against cyberthreats, cyberbullying, data breaches and hacking.

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Girl Scouts Can Soon Earn Cybersecurity Badges Because Girls Want to Hack Stuff, Not Get Bullied Online

Girl Scouts can start earning cybersecurity badges next year, thanks to an effort by the Girl Scouts of America and cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks. The youth organization came up with the idea simply by asking Scouts what they want. And the girls want to hack.

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Girl Scouts Gear Up To Be The Newest Wave Of Cybersecurity Experts

Girl Scouts are teaming up with tech companies to learn cybersecurity and computer engineering skills.

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Girl Scouts will become white hat hackers with cool new cybersecurity badges

Girl Scouts will soon be ready to take over your IT department. The organization is teaming up with Palo Alto Networks, an internet security company, to introduce a set of new badges to promote computer and internet literacy and cybersecurity. The initiative aims to foster educational programs across all ages of the Girl Scouts, with a major emphasis on providing access to girls who might otherwise never be exposed to the field.

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Why Girl Scouts Make Great Cybersecurity Hackers

Your favorite cookie sellers are in training to become white hat hackers. On Thursday, Girl Scouts of the USA announced a new partnership with Palo Alto Networks to create a series of cybersecurity badges. The badges, which will be available starting in 2018, can be earned by girls in grades K-12 who demonstrate mastery of Internet security.

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Palo Alto Networks Execs: The Security Market Is Ripe For Disruption

In a market defined by disruption, Palo Alto Networks executives said the security market is ready for yet another shakeup.

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Cybersecurity spend: ROI Is the wrong metric

Think about what your network defenders do throughout the day, every day, in the course of getting their jobs done. Can you describe it in one sentence? How would you characterize the thousands of tasks that the InfoSec team fields every day?

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Palo Alto Networks seeks new security model with $20M venture fund

Cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks has announced it is forming a $20 million security venture fund to provide early stage capital investments for development of innovative security applications for its Next-Generation Security Platform.

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Girl Scouts add merit badges for cybersecurity

Forget archery and horseback riding. The Girl Scouts are adding a series of new merit badges in cybersecurity. Working with Palo Alto Networks, the Scouts are developing the curriculum now, with a goal toward offering the first badge by September 2018.

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5 Hot Happenings From Palo Alto Networks Ignite 2017

Palo Alto Networks looked to up its security game across the board at its Ignite 2017 event in Vancouver, Canada, this week, rolling out new technology products, partnerships and venture capital investments.

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Palo Alto Networks Launches New Venture Fund, Looks To Build Security Platform Ecosystem

Palo Alto Networks is looking to boost the next-generation of security startups, announcing the launch of a new venture fund on Tuesday to further expand the company's platform with new, innovative technology.

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Palo Alto Networks Expands Security Platform With New Application Framework, GlobalProtect Offerings

Palo Alto Networks is vastly expanding its security platform with the launch of a new Application Framework and cloud-based services, the company announced Tuesday.

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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 05.19.17

Palo Alto Networks Rick Howard discusses research on Shamoon, adversary playbooks, and credential theft.

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How CISOs can answer difficult questions from CEOs

The CEO puts all the trust in the chief security officer to keep the company off the front page and out of danger. But as the number of attacks across the internet skyrockets, that trust has slowly eroded or at the very least is increasingly questioned.

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Nemucod delivering credential-stealing trojan, Palo Alto

Researchers at Palo Alto Networks have spent the past five months examining a malware campaign that uses the Nemucod downloader to ultimately deliver a trojan that siphons out credentials, according to a post on the company blog.

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President Trump signs cybersecurity executive order

President Trump signed a long-awaited executive order on Thursday designed to improve the nation's cybersecurity.

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Palo Alto springs Traps endpoint protection on ransomware

Several key enhancements were released today for Traps – the endpoint security tool offered by Palo Alto Networks. The new capabilities strengthen the malware and exploit prevention capabilities of Traps and extend support to more operating systems, including macOS and Android (beta).

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Palo Alto lança novos recursos para o Traps

A Palo Alto Networks, fornecedora de soluções de segurança corporativa, lançou recursos adicionais ao Traps, solução de proteção para endpoint. As novas ferramentas reforçam a prevenção contra malware e exploit, além de ampliar o suporte para outros sistemas operacionais, incluindo macOS e Android (beta).

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Women in cybersecurity need to take more risks

Rinki Sethi, director of information security at Palo Alto Networks, needed to bring a lot of confidence and skills to the gates of cybersecurity when she began her career.

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Malware Analysis Done Right

The reality facing the cybersecurity industry today is as soon as network defenders develop a new way to spot malware, cyberadversaries are quick to find a way to circumvent it. With the number of cyberattackers growing every day, the time elapsed between deploying a protection and a bad actor finding a way around it grows ever shorter.

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Roubo de credenciais é o oxigênio que alimenta ataques bem-sucedidos

As senhas são as clássicas necessidades do ambiente virtual e, quando combinadas com nomes de usuários, formam as credenciais. Quase toda atividade online exige a criação de credenciais, seja para contas de e-mail, contas bancárias, acesso a redes corporativas, redes sociais, jogos, serviços de streaming, ou qualquer registro online.

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Credential theft is the oxygen that fuels successful attacks

As senhas são as clássicas necessidades do ambiente virtual e, quando combinadas com nomes de usuários, formam as credenciais. Quase toda atividade online exige a criação de credenciais, seja para contas de e-mail, contas bancárias, acesso a redes corporativas, redes sociais, jogos, serviços de streaming, ou qualquer registro online.

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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 05.04.17

Rick Howard from Palo Alto Networks previews the Cyber Canon awards ceremony.

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Malware Para Dispositivos De Vídeo É Capaz De Apagar Dados

Os pesquisadores da Unit 42, unidade de pesquisa da Palo Alto Networks, identificaram um novo malware para IoT chamado Amnesia. O malware é uma variação do botnet Tsunami e mira vulnerabilidades de execução de códigos remotos presentes em dispositivos DRV (gravadores de vídeos digitais) fabricados por cerca de 70 empresas no mundo. Com base nas análises de dados, a vulnerabilidade afeta aproximadamente 227 mil dispositivos no mundo.

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Malware for video devices is able to erase data

Os pesquisadores da Unit 42, unidade de pesquisa da Palo Alto Networks, identificaram um novo malware para IoT chamado Amnesia. O malware é uma variação do botnet Tsunami e mira vulnerabilidades de execução de códigos remotos presentes em dispositivos DRV (gravadores de vídeos digitais) fabricados por cerca de 70 empresas no mundo.

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Palo Alto Networks Identifies Malware for IoT

Os pesquisadores da Unit 42 Palo Alto Networks identificaram um novo malware para IoT chamado Amnesia, que é uma variação do botnet Tsunami.

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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 04.27.17

Palo Alto Networks Rick Howard outlines a new white paper on credential theft.

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Cardinal RAT Remained Hidden for Two Years

A recently discovered remote access Trojan (RAT) that abuses Excel macros in an innovative way has been active for more than two years, Palo Alto Networks security researchers reveal. Dubbed Cardinal RAT, the malware had a very low volume over the two-year timeframe, with only 27 total samples found to date.

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Cardinal RAT reigns under the radar two years

Palo Alto Networks researchers spotted a previously unknown remote access trojan (RAT) dubbed the Cardinal RAT which uses a unique technique involving malicious Excel macros.

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