During these unprecedented times, organizations across all sectors are facing the same issue: enabling remote “business as usual” while facing extraordinary challenges of scale and secure connectivity.
Individuals linked to a Nigerian cybercriminal group conducted a broad business email compromise campaign in the first quarter of the year that included healthcare organizations responding to the coronavirus outbreak as targets, according to new research released May 8 from Palo Alto Networks.
Okta released a special COVID-19 edition of its app usage report today, and you don’t need a Ph. D. in statistics to guess what they found. Indeed, Zoom surged 110% on the Okta network, leading the way in usage growth just as you would expect, but another whole class of tools besides collaboration also saw huge increases in usage.
More than 86,600 newly-registered domain names (NRD) are considered "risky" or "malicious," according to analysis of 1.2 million NRDs between March 9 and April 26 by Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42. Unit 42 estimates nearly 2,000 COVID-19-themed domains are created daily.
One benefit of moving to a standalone 5G network is that it makes it possible for wireless operators to implement network slicing, which means they can run multiple dedicated networks that all share a common, physical infrastructure. Each network slice can have its own characteristics and identity – but that also means it will have its own risks.
New capabilities include the ability to define and apply cybersecurity policies to continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) workflows and scanning tools for discovering misconfigurations in cloud infrastructure templates, which is the most common source of cloud security issues.
Palo Alto Networks on Wednesday announced new features for Prisma Cloud, the company's Cloud Native Security Platform (CNSP). New features in this latest release focus on giving DevOps and SecOps teams more visibility and improved security across the technology stack.
Palo Alto Networks Inc. today debuted a new release of Prisma Cloud, its cloud security platform, that adds features for blocking vulnerabilities during the application development and deployment process.
In the rush to boost cadences to deploy ever faster, DevOps teams must also confront unexpected security risks. The issue is most pronounced when proper care is not taken to implement security policies and monitoring when development speed is emphasized over security.
Palo Alto Networks has doubled down on SD-WAN with its proposed $420 million acquisition of CloudGenix, whose cloud-based approach is expected to streamline the onboarding of remote branches and retail stores to the company’s secure access service edge (SASE) platform.
Cybersecurity vendors have looked to the cloud as they’ve expanded their portfolios beyond firewalls and anti-virus software, with Check Point Software Technologies, McAfee and Palo Alto Networks all calling out cloud security as their top area of investment.
In February, hardware maker Zyxel fixed a zero-day vulnerability in its routers and VPN firewall products after KrebsOnSecurity told the company the flaw was being abused by attackers to break into devices.
Matt Chiodi, Chief Security Officer for Public Cloud at Palo Alto Networks, talks with Greg Otto on how his company is helping enterprises set up cloud instances that help both development and security teams get their job done through their Unit 42 Cloud Threat Report.
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