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Seven Questions for Palo Alto Networks Founder and CTO Nir Zuk

On Friday, Palo Alto Networks debuted for trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Having priced the previous evening at $42 a share, the shares finished their first day of trading at $53.13, amounting to a rise of 26.5 percent. The company raised $260 million.

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Palo Alto Networks grooms firewall for the software-defined data center

Company's new VM-Series lets security policies follow virtual machines across the cloud.

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Palo Alto Networks Rolls Out Largest Product Launch In Company History

Palo Alto Networks has rolled out an extensive product expansion aimed at beefing up security in both virtualized and physical enterprise networks. Described as "the largest rollout" in the history of the company, the announcement includes four new products and more than 60 new features to existing products.

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Palo Alto CEO Says Software Apps Creating IT Risks

Mark McLaughlin, chief executive officer of Palo Alto Networks Inc., talks about Internet security issues created by third-party software applications.

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QA on Securing FlexPod Architectures With Next-Generation Firewalls

FlexPod is a pre-designed infrastructure stack for data centers, built on the Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco Nexus, and NetApp FAS storage components.

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Firewall Expert Series: GlobalProtect

An interesting thing happened on the road to mobility. In the past, road warriors only needed a VPN connection in order to access corporate resources from time to time. It’s what VPNs were designed to do, namely to take the cost out of modem banks and toll free phone lines, and replace them with cheaper connections to an Internet Service Provider. The VPN provided a way for users to set up temporary remote access connections over public networks. While VPN remote access remains a vital component of a mobility solution, it’s not the only requirement.

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The new perimeter

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Palo Alto Networks' CMO: Security Marketing Should Not Scare Your Customers

While information security is about protecting your customers from a wide range of threats, the chief marketing officer of Palo Alto Networks is cautioning his channel partners against marketing based on fear.

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Working Hard or Hardly Working? Video Taking Up More Bandwidth

Computer-security appliance seller Palo Alto Networks Inc. analyzed Internet traffic on the networks of more than 2,000 large companies between November and May and found a hefty increase in video viewing in the office.

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SCADA and your Data Center

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Social Media in the Office: Two Truths and A Lie

While most executives understand that social media use in the workplace is a reality, their approach to managing it varies dramatically.

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The Hidden Risks of P2P Traffic

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Security Manager's Journal: On the lookout for rogue IT

A seemingly innocent request leads to the discovery of an unapproved, customer-facing SaaS application.

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