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Tech Trade Asia , March 17, 2014, 12:00 AM

Enterprise security company Palo Alto Networks may be growing 46% year on year, but that's not enough - it is now focused on an even more aggressive growth curve, and partnering with mega tech distributor Ingram Micro to do it.

Palo Alto Networks had already built up a channel network since it first arrived in the Asia Pacific region four years ago, but the strategy to work with the world's largest distributor of computer and technology products is very much about getting to the next level, said Sharat Sinha, Vice President, Asia Pacific, Palo Alto Networks.  

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ITmedia | May 19, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Networks has announced the domestic new product offerings "Traps" in the Windows PC / server for security measures to appeal the transition from the definition file-based antivirus product corporate users.

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Retail TouchPoints | May 19, 2015, 12:00 AM

The alarming frequency of cyberattacks on retailers means that all retail businesses — large and small, brick-and-mortar, online — need to re-evaluate their security posture across every point of their value chain. It isn’t enough to protect POS systems when another break in the chain — say, with suppliers, or even customers — can be enough to leave businesses open to a breach. 

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Business Network | May 18, 2015, 12:00 AM

Security personnel are now drowning in a sea of ​​vast alert information. Palo Alto Networks has announced a new service called AutoFocus. 

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Philippine Star Online | May 18, 2015, 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines – Palo Alto Networks, the leader in enterprise security, announced the opening of its Philippine office based at the Joy-Nostalg Center in Ortigas Center, Pasig City.

In a statement, Palo Alto said it is strengthening its presence in the Philippines to address a growing demand for Palo Alto Networks enterprise security offerings in the market and it is an opportune time to enhance support for customers by establishing an official base of operations.

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Funkschau | May 15, 2015, 12:00 AM

"There are many companies who think we've lost from the outset. It is often just a matter to rehabilitate the damage as soon as possible, "explains Thorsten Henning, Senior Systems Engineering Manager Central & Eastern Europe at Palo Alto Networks. "We, however, can not accept this and want to encourage customers. You must do something about these attacks, but their aim should be to prevent attacks. "

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Datakontext | May 15, 2015, 12:00 AM

IT security experts have seen in recent weeks a new e-mail campaign of malware family Trapwot. This malware family is classified as "scareware" or "rogue antivirus".Trapwot leads its victims astray by this to believe their PC has been infected with malware.

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ComputerWorld | May 14, 2015, 12:00 AM

Organisations in New Zealand with adequate security measures can break the six-step attack lifecycle at any stage to protect their network and data, while those that don’t have adequate measures in place are at the mercy of cyber criminals.

“The cyber attack lifecycle refers to the procedure attackers use to infiltrate networks and extract data,” says Gavin Coulthard, manager, engineering, Australia and New Zealand, Palo Alto Networks.

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Australian Security Magazine | May 14, 2015, 12:00 AM

Organisations with adequate security measures can break the six-step attack lifecycle at any stage to protect their network and data, while those that don’t have adequate measures in place are at the mercy of cyber criminals.

Gavin Coulthard, manager, engineering, Australia and New Zealand, Palo Alto Networks, said, “The cyber attack lifecycle refers to the procedure attackers use to infiltrate networks and extract data. Organisations need multiple threat prevention capabilities built into security platforms to protect them at every stage of the attack cycle.”

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Fox Business | May 14, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Networks CEO Mark McLaughlin discusses how he is fighting the war on cyber terrorism.

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The Hill | May 13, 2015, 12:00 AM

“Cyber readiness exercises don't happen — and real actions aren't taken — until we can all come to the table and start to collaborate,” wrote Ryan Gillis, vice president of government affairs and policy at Palo Alto Networks, one of the companies on the trip.

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Globb Security | May 13, 2015, 12:00 AM

Knowing the context of the attacks, and the motivation of the attackers and motivation of the attackers is key to knowing better respond to threats.

This is what we believe in Palo Alto Networks, tells us Ryan Olson, Director of Threat Intelligence Team, Unit 42 of the security company. 

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Freenet | May 8, 2015, 12:00 AM

Is a firewall necessary at all? What does a firewall do? In this guide, we focus on firewalls and answer questions about the security of your PC.

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NetworkWorld | May 4, 2015, 12:00 AM

Corporate IT security pros need to consider the Internet of Things as a new and dangerous attack vector – oh, and we all should be particularly worried about the safety of our cars, says the top executive at Palo Alto Networks.

“You need to be completely rethinking endpoint security and you need to be seeking out technology that will actually prevent things at endpoints before [malware] lands,” says Palo Alto CEO Mark McLaughlin in a recent interview with Network World.

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IT-Executive | April 29, 2015, 12:00 AM

Give priority to prevention. Do you have a complete understanding of your network then you can see all endpoints and thus all vulnerabilities. Not all systems are designed with prevention in mind, so pick one that you can detect known and unknown threats and prevent, at any point in the sequence of activities that cybercriminals use for the entire organization.

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CSO | April 29, 2015, 12:00 AM

Many companies are coming to see security as a form of damage control rather than prevention – an implicit admission that cybercriminals have outflanked and outclassed them – but one security innovator is still working hard to convince customers not to give up on the idea that attacks can still be prevented.

“There are many organisations out there that think we've lost, and that we should remediate any damage as quickly as possible,” Nir Zuk, founder and chief technology officer with security firm Palo Alto Networks, explains.

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ITPro | April 28, 2015, 12:00 AM

Mobility gets its virtualization efficiency of the cable that connected users of the information system, and more generally of the open messaging to customers, partners and other external users. More recently, the ubiquity of access to networks has allowed these same users to access all these communication tools from any location. It is not even unusual to have its own Internet access from a plane above the Unis.Dès States at what is the border?

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Risk Report | April 27, 2015, 12:00 AM

Cybercrime is increasingly sophisticated and organized on a global scale. The actions of malicious hackers miram major attacks with significant profits. For Arthur Capella, country manager of Palo Alto Networks, this new vulnerabilities scenario has challenged companies' defense strategies. "Organizations face a constant challenge to protect against cyber threats and increasingly need to have the ability not only to detection, but also to prevent the known and unknown threats in an integrated security platform, "he says. According to Capella, to face the cyber attacks, the corporate protection solutions should have a greater focus on prevention so that information can be collected in an integrated way."

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NewsBytes Philippines | April 27, 2015, 12:00 AM

In yet another sign of the booming local economy, Silicon Valley-based security firm Palo Alto Networks announced on Monday, April 27, the opening of its Philippine office located at the Joy-Nostalg Center in Ortigas Center, Pasig City.

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Digi.no | April 22, 2015, 12:00 AM

Most computer attacks against industrial control systems, as Scada, hitting random targets.

Only 1 of 40 cases in which malicious software finds its way into critical IT systems in the industry, is all about targeted attacks, according to Scada expert Delfin Rodilla at security company Palo Alto Networks.

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Business Computing World | April 21, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Networks, the leader in enterprise security, today announced its enterprise security platform has received a superior security score in the NSS Labs 2015 Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) test. 

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Enterprise Innovation | April 21, 2015, 12:00 AM

When cybercriminals get your credit card information or financial data, the topic of cybersecurity hits really close to home, but the topic will never feel as personal as when hackers get to your health records and medical data.

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Global Security Mag | April 21, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Networks announced that its enterprise security platform has done an excellent test score of 2015 on the NSS Labs Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) of new generation.

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Internet Watch | April 20, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Network's threat intelligence team "Unit 42" is is who discovered this attack known as "DragonOK", the is leading manufacturing and high-tech companies of Japan to be a target. 

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Yomiuri Online | April 20, 2015, 12:00 AM

Targeting attack sending virus while imitating obituary notice was found in Japanese 2 largest companies.

Also there was a program to hinder detection. Cyber-security company which found this attack, Palo Alto Networks (Tokyo), call for caution.

According to the company, the title including obituary notice was sent to large manufacturing companies dozens of times.

It is said “We’re respectfully announce that my father is dead on March 9th.” in attached file. As soon as the file was opened, the device was infected.

3 devices in 2 companies are witnessed for now, but there is no divulging of information.

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ITMedia | April 20, 2015, 12:00 AM

Security company Palo Alto Networks has discovered an attack group, which is seen as a China attacker called "DragonOK".