Steria setting application filtering to protect its network

Steria explains how it manages application filtering, using Palo Alto Networks next generation firewall to protect its network.

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Security for IT Infrastructure

The county of Bentheim gets full application control with reduced management overhead for the security of critical IT infrastructure, with Next-Generation Firewall from Palo Alto Networks.

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IT SECURITY FOR CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Full application control with reduced management overhead for the security of critical IT infrastructure - this background, the county Bentheim decided to use a Next Generation Firewall Palo Alto Networks.

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3 mobile security predictions for 2014, according to Palo Alto Networks

With the new year just around the corner, Palo Alto Networks explains its technological predictions.

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Three predictions for 2014 for security of mobile devices

Experts predict problems in an ecosystem of operating systems that are too big, and urge companies not to allow their employees to use their own terminals.

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Palo Alto Networks has their predictions for next year

Heading into 2014, Palo Alto Networks reveals some of the key mobile security issues we can expect to see.

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2014 Predictions: Mobile Security

It has been a decisive year for mobile malware, in which many high profile organizations have been hacked. Palo Alto Networks has their predictions for next year.

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Guest View: Cybersecurity in 2014

Cybersecurity is now a topic with implications for every major line of business and market segment in the region. Kelly Brazil, Palo Alto Networks' Director of Systems Engineering, Asia Pacific, shares his 13 predictions for cybersecurity, the threat landscape, firewall and mobile security in 2014.

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10 predictions for cyber-security in 2014

Cyber-security is rapidly evolving and to help organisations keep ahead of the game security provider, Palo Alto Networks, shares its 10 predications for cyber-security, the threat landscape, firewall and mobile security for 2014.

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Network the key security battleground in 2014

The network will be the key battleground for protecting mobile devices against the new breed of mobile threats posed by cybercriminals and nosy nation states. This is according to network security vendor Palo Alto Networks, which believes that securing mobile devices will be inextricably linked to securing the network in 2014.

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The 10 Worst Data Breaches of 2013

The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) captured the “hacktivist” crown this year, with a series of defacements and hacks of major news organizations and Twitter handles, according to Scott Simkin, senior product marketing manager, Palo Alto Networks.

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Top 13 Cyber Security predictions for 2014…

Cyber security is now a topic with implications for every major line of business and market segment. Palo Alto Networks shares its 13 predictions for cyber security, the threat landscape, firewall and mobile security for 2014.

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Firms offer single path to securing cloud and physical networks

Palo Alto Networks and VMware have joined to solve an enterprise IT puzzle: how to unify network security across both physical and virtual environments through a single point of management.

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Palo Alto Networks supports Food For Bay Area Families

CEO and President of Palo Alto Networks, Mark McLaughlin, urges the Bay Area to join Palo Alto Networks in supporting Food For bay Area Families.

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VMware, Palo Alto Networks to Roll Out Cloud Security Platform

VMware and Palo Alto Networks are co-developing a network security tool to monitor intra-server traffic between virtual machines, the Virtualization Review reported Monday. Christa Ayer writes the new cloud tool will be designed to help manage east-west traffic of software-defined data centers. The companies aim to VMware’s NSX virtualized network platform and Palo Alto network security tool and Panorama centralized management software.

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The 21 most powerful enterprise networking companies

One of the top companies in network security – and likely the fastest-growing – is Palo Alto Networks, rated one of the leaders in Gartner's most recent magic quadrant report on enterprise network firewalls. The chief competitor to CheckPoint just announced 49% year-on-year revenue gains, driven mainly by subscriptions.

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Palo Alto Networks and VMware to deliver integrated network security solution

Palo Alto Networks, a network security company, and VMware, Inc., a provider of virtualization infrastructure solutions, have partnered to deliver an integrated solution that combines the Palo Alto Networks VM-Series virtualized next-generation security platform with the VMware NSX network virtualization platform.

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Smartphones and Tablets, a Gold Mine for Sophisticated Attackers

Tony Hadzima responsible for Palo Alto Networks in Spain and Portugal, talks with ABC about the vulnerabilities of companies and users to cyber attacks

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Palo Alto Networks taps up "frustrated" firewall resellers

Palo Alto Networks is looking to lure in more resellers as it seeks to exploit the perception that there is no money in punting traditional firewalls. Palo Alto Networks is looking to lure in more resellers as it seeks to exploit the perception that there is no money in punting traditional firewalls. The next-generation firewall vendor is gearing up to widen its partner base in 2014 after this week posting a 49% jump in quarterly revenues.

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The Next Generation FireWall for SMBs

Interview with Koichiro Otobe, explains the traditional firewall had its limit against current threats and nowadays security venders have released the next generation firewall targeting SMB in a stream.

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Applications for secure mobile access

Video-interview with René Bonvanie. The video reflects the success of Palo Alto Networks from the start seven years ago. Started with funding in Silicon Valley. René Bonvanie states that the Dutch brands Sligro and G-Star are customers and services providers and governments as well. Palo Alto Networks is successful because there is an atmosphere for business of people and customers are very important.

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Mobility and the application era in Asia

In the past, enterprises approach security based on a basic set of assumptions – that blocking or filtering ports (and subsequently, URLs) is an effective way to stop unwanted and potentially dangerous traffic. However, we all know that the ways businesses use the Internet have evolved beyond the capabilities of port-based approaches to security. Today’s networks require IT departments to understand what applications are running on the network (what it is, where it is, who’s using it, and how; and what their weaknesses are).

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Engineers must not say “Impossible”

Interview with Nir Zuk about base strategy and its philosophy.

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Palo Alto and VMWare: security in data centers

The Palo Alto Networks and VMware announced a partnership to enable customers to automate the sourcing and distribution of safety data in physical or virtual centers, supported on VMware NSX Network Virtualization platform.

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VMware adds NSX firewall integration with Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks has integrated its next-generation firewall into the VMware NSX network virtualization overlay software. The combined technologies bring automated, advanced security features and visibility to virtual network overlays.

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Q&A with Sharat Sinha: Don’t trust, always verify

Interview with Sharat Sinha, Vice President APAC, of Palo Alto Networks.

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Palo Alto Networks: A Next Generation Channel

Palo Alto Networks, in fact, was built from the ground up as a 100 percent channel sales company. And its top-notch channel sales team has made sure that its sales model is just as disruptive as its next-generation firewall.

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Palo Alto Networks Benefitting from Cisco Sourcefire Acquisition

Network security vendor Palo Alto Network reported its first quarter fiscal 2014 earnings late Monday showing record revenue growth. Palo Alto CEO Mark McLaughlin also used his company's earning call as venue to take aim against rival Cisco Systems and its recent acquisition of SourceFire.

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Next-generation cybersecurity with Palo Alto CEO

Mark McLaughlin, Palo Alto Networks chairman and CEO, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer they are playing on both the traditional hardware security model and the fast-growing cloud.

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Steria setting application filtering to protect its network

Steria explains how it manages application filtering, using Palo Alto Networks next generation firewall to protect its network.

  • 0
  • 152

Security for IT Infrastructure

The county of Bentheim gets full application control with reduced management overhead for the security of critical IT infrastructure, with Next-Generation Firewall from Palo Alto Networks.

  • 0
  • 154

IT SECURITY FOR CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Full application control with reduced management overhead for the security of critical IT infrastructure - this background, the county Bentheim decided to use a Next Generation Firewall Palo Alto Networks.

  • 0
  • 169

3 mobile security predictions for 2014, according to Palo Alto Networks

With the new year just around the corner, Palo Alto Networks explains its technological predictions.

  • 0
  • 145

Three predictions for 2014 for security of mobile devices

Experts predict problems in an ecosystem of operating systems that are too big, and urge companies not to allow their employees to use their own terminals.

  • 0
  • 154

Palo Alto Networks has their predictions for next year

Heading into 2014, Palo Alto Networks reveals some of the key mobile security issues we can expect to see.

  • 0
  • 152

2014 Predictions: Mobile Security

It has been a decisive year for mobile malware, in which many high profile organizations have been hacked. Palo Alto Networks has their predictions for next year.

  • 0
  • 181

Guest View: Cybersecurity in 2014

Cybersecurity is now a topic with implications for every major line of business and market segment in the region. Kelly Brazil, Palo Alto Networks' Director of Systems Engineering, Asia Pacific, shares his 13 predictions for cybersecurity, the threat landscape, firewall and mobile security in 2014.

  • 0
  • 160

10 predictions for cyber-security in 2014

Cyber-security is rapidly evolving and to help organisations keep ahead of the game security provider, Palo Alto Networks, shares its 10 predications for cyber-security, the threat landscape, firewall and mobile security for 2014.

  • 0
  • 153

Network the key security battleground in 2014

The network will be the key battleground for protecting mobile devices against the new breed of mobile threats posed by cybercriminals and nosy nation states. This is according to network security vendor Palo Alto Networks, which believes that securing mobile devices will be inextricably linked to securing the network in 2014.

  • 0
  • 151

The 10 Worst Data Breaches of 2013

The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) captured the “hacktivist” crown this year, with a series of defacements and hacks of major news organizations and Twitter handles, according to Scott Simkin, senior product marketing manager, Palo Alto Networks.

  • 0
  • 154

Top 13 Cyber Security predictions for 2014…

Cyber security is now a topic with implications for every major line of business and market segment. Palo Alto Networks shares its 13 predictions for cyber security, the threat landscape, firewall and mobile security for 2014.

  • 0
  • 169

Firms offer single path to securing cloud and physical networks

Palo Alto Networks and VMware have joined to solve an enterprise IT puzzle: how to unify network security across both physical and virtual environments through a single point of management.

  • 0
  • 150

Palo Alto Networks supports Food For Bay Area Families

CEO and President of Palo Alto Networks, Mark McLaughlin, urges the Bay Area to join Palo Alto Networks in supporting Food For bay Area Families.

  • 0
  • 148

VMware, Palo Alto Networks to Roll Out Cloud Security Platform

VMware and Palo Alto Networks are co-developing a network security tool to monitor intra-server traffic between virtual machines, the Virtualization Review reported Monday. Christa Ayer writes the new cloud tool will be designed to help manage east-west traffic of software-defined data centers. The companies aim to VMware’s NSX virtualized network platform and Palo Alto network security tool and Panorama centralized management software.

  • 0
  • 150

The 21 most powerful enterprise networking companies

One of the top companies in network security – and likely the fastest-growing – is Palo Alto Networks, rated one of the leaders in Gartner's most recent magic quadrant report on enterprise network firewalls. The chief competitor to CheckPoint just announced 49% year-on-year revenue gains, driven mainly by subscriptions.

  • 0
  • 161

Palo Alto Networks and VMware to deliver integrated network security solution

Palo Alto Networks, a network security company, and VMware, Inc., a provider of virtualization infrastructure solutions, have partnered to deliver an integrated solution that combines the Palo Alto Networks VM-Series virtualized next-generation security platform with the VMware NSX network virtualization platform.

  • 0
  • 163

Smartphones and Tablets, a Gold Mine for Sophisticated Attackers

Tony Hadzima responsible for Palo Alto Networks in Spain and Portugal, talks with ABC about the vulnerabilities of companies and users to cyber attacks

  • 0
  • 161

Palo Alto Networks taps up "frustrated" firewall resellers

Palo Alto Networks is looking to lure in more resellers as it seeks to exploit the perception that there is no money in punting traditional firewalls. Palo Alto Networks is looking to lure in more resellers as it seeks to exploit the perception that there is no money in punting traditional firewalls. The next-generation firewall vendor is gearing up to widen its partner base in 2014 after this week posting a 49% jump in quarterly revenues.

  • 0
  • 162

The Next Generation FireWall for SMBs

Interview with Koichiro Otobe, explains the traditional firewall had its limit against current threats and nowadays security venders have released the next generation firewall targeting SMB in a stream.

  • 0
  • 163

Applications for secure mobile access

Video-interview with René Bonvanie. The video reflects the success of Palo Alto Networks from the start seven years ago. Started with funding in Silicon Valley. René Bonvanie states that the Dutch brands Sligro and G-Star are customers and services providers and governments as well. Palo Alto Networks is successful because there is an atmosphere for business of people and customers are very important.

  • 1
  • 157

Mobility and the application era in Asia

In the past, enterprises approach security based on a basic set of assumptions – that blocking or filtering ports (and subsequently, URLs) is an effective way to stop unwanted and potentially dangerous traffic. However, we all know that the ways businesses use the Internet have evolved beyond the capabilities of port-based approaches to security. Today’s networks require IT departments to understand what applications are running on the network (what it is, where it is, who’s using it, and how; and what their weaknesses are).

  • 0
  • 159

Engineers must not say “Impossible”

Interview with Nir Zuk about base strategy and its philosophy.

  • 0
  • 157

Palo Alto and VMWare: security in data centers

The Palo Alto Networks and VMware announced a partnership to enable customers to automate the sourcing and distribution of safety data in physical or virtual centers, supported on VMware NSX Network Virtualization platform.

  • 0
  • 154

VMware adds NSX firewall integration with Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks has integrated its next-generation firewall into the VMware NSX network virtualization overlay software. The combined technologies bring automated, advanced security features and visibility to virtual network overlays.

  • 1
  • 172

Q&A with Sharat Sinha: Don’t trust, always verify

Interview with Sharat Sinha, Vice President APAC, of Palo Alto Networks.

  • 0
  • 143

Palo Alto Networks: A Next Generation Channel

Palo Alto Networks, in fact, was built from the ground up as a 100 percent channel sales company. And its top-notch channel sales team has made sure that its sales model is just as disruptive as its next-generation firewall.

  • 0
  • 149

Palo Alto Networks Benefitting from Cisco Sourcefire Acquisition

Network security vendor Palo Alto Network reported its first quarter fiscal 2014 earnings late Monday showing record revenue growth. Palo Alto CEO Mark McLaughlin also used his company's earning call as venue to take aim against rival Cisco Systems and its recent acquisition of SourceFire.

  • 0
  • 166

Next-generation cybersecurity with Palo Alto CEO

Mark McLaughlin, Palo Alto Networks chairman and CEO, tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer they are playing on both the traditional hardware security model and the fast-growing cloud.

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