Palo Alto Networks Inc. said today it’s adding four new cloud security modules to Prisma Cloud, a multicloud security offering that enables developers to block vulnerabilities during the application development and deployment process.
Containers offer speed, performance, and portability, but do they actually contain? While they try their best, the shared kernel is a disturbing attack surface: a mere kernel vulnerability may allow containerized processes to escape and compromise the host. This issue prompted a new wave of sandboxing tools that use either unikernels, lightweight VMs or userspace-kernels to separate the host OS from the container's OS.
Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 threat hunting team discovered two critical Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud misconfigurations in a customer’s environment in less than a week that, if exploited by hackers, would have led to a data breach that cost the customers tens of millions of dollars.
A new malware variant dubbed Black-T developed by the hacker group TeamTnT targets exposed Docker daemon APIs to perform scanning and cryptojacking operations, according to researchers at Palo Alto Unit 42.
Palo Alto Networks announced a partnership with Microsoft Azure this week that will see the security vendor integrate its secure access service edge (SASE) offering with the cloud provider’s Active Directory (AD) identity and access management platform.
Nikesh Arora, Palo Alto Networks CEO, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the success his company has seen amid the coronavirus pandemic, the decision behind acquiring Crypsis Group, and the types of hacking the company is seeing.
‘The appetite from our partner community to embed this into their portfolio has been through the roof. There’s a need for it in the market,’ says Palo Alto Networks global channel chief Karl Soderlund.
Palo Alto Networks’ CloudGenix SD-WAN offering gained a spate of updates including artificial intelligence operations (AIOps) capabilities, tighter integrations with its Prisma Access secure access service edge (SASE) platform, and two new SD-WAN appliances.
The deal creates tremendous cross-sell potential for Palo Alto Networks’ Cortex XDR platform since clients are typically open to deploying products used during an incident response engagement on a larger scale.