Use the Palo Alto Networks technologies to protect against data theft, malware, and damage to your reputation. Identify the risks and proactively address the security challenges on your network with best practice guidelines that ensure detection and prevention at different stages of the attack life cycle.
Protect your valuable data and intellectual property from a data center breach.
Follow these guidelines to ensure you are securing administrative access to your firewalls in a way that will prevent successful cyberattacks.
Best practice settings for each of the security profiles that you should attach to every Security policy rule.
Protect your network from an attacker who tries to gain access to your network through users accessing the internet.
Top recommended actions you can implement to strengthen your internet gateway.
Use these best practices to secure your network by preventing Layer 4 and Layer 7 attacks.
Decrypt network traffic to inspect it and expose hidden threats that lurk in the ever-increasing amount of encrypted traffic.
Follow these WildFire best practices to best prevent and detect zero-day malware.
Follow these best practices to enable seamless Applications and Threats updates.
Learn how to use Zone and DoS protection profiles, and packet buffer protection to secure your network from a Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack.
Watch the video to learn how to implement App-ID on your next-generation firewall to protect against increasingly evasive threats and prevent successful cyber breaches.
Watch the video to learn how to implement User-ID on your next-generation firewall to maximize your security investments and defend your business from successful cyber attacks.
About this webinar
Employees are accessing any application they want, using work or personal devices, regardless of the business and security risks involved.
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About this webinar
Visibility and policy control based on users is critical for cybersecurity. User-based policies readily show their business relevance, are more secure, easier to manage, and allow better forensics. In this webinar you will: