This book provides information and resources for students and those who are interested in starting a career in cybersecurity. We reached out to some of the best cybersecurity practitioners in the industry and asked them to share their insights on how they got started. The result is a compilation of amazing stories of how these cybersecurity practitioners got started and the tools they continue to use to learn and grow in their careers.
This e-book provides a framework for developing a security-first approach to monitoring the state of your cloud environment, applying rapid fixes, and gaining control over all your operations in the cloud.
Visibility is an undeniable requirement of all security teams, but it shouldn’t come at a cost. EDR products are positioned as our last chance to improve defenses though since inception discovery and response times have only increased. Is EDR really enough? Do we need more visibility from other sources? Are security operations actually improving? We’ve surveyed over 300 of your peers to answer one important question, “Will Endpoint Detection and Response help me?”
Enterprises rely on Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) as a means to respond to cybersecurity incidents. As cybercriminals and their tactics have become more sophisticated, the time to identify and time to contain breaches has only increased. It is becoming increasingly apparent that EDR has failed, and that we need a new approach to detection and response. XDR allows you to rapidly detect and respond to threats across your enterprise, spanning your network, cloud and endpoints.
The typical enterprise uses an average of 30 security products, most of which from variety of vendors and typically do not integrate well and offer little information sharing…if any. Using a portfolio of integrated products from fewer vendors means greater synergies and efficiencies. This is especially true of endpoint security software, where many organizations have long and established relationships with a favorite vendor. This can lead to a sense of complacency, and there may also exist a disincentive to replace software on all of an organization’s endpoint devices, leaving organizations potentially exposed to an evolving threat landscape.
The data interfaces implemented by Palo Alto Networks® are based on industry standards and implementation agreements primarily authored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.3 committee and the Small Form Factor (SFF) Committee. Each interface definition is supported by specifications and agreements defining the electromechanical coupling, electrical and optical signals, as well as management properties of compliant implementations.
Palo Alto Networks® Security Operating Platform with high-capacity Next-Generation Firewalls deployed in a high-availability configuration, enabled with threat prevention and integrated cloud-based threat analysis
Focused Services – Elite provides the highest level of support services around the clock. A team of designated engineers is available 24/7 to resolve technical issues or support pre-scheduled events. This level of service also includes on-site troubleshooting assistance and two Threat Assessment Services per year. Focused Services – Elite helps you stay continuously ahead of threats with the experts you need, when you need them.
Provides a step-by-step guide for creating a single VPC on AWS with load balancers that are distributing traffic to distribute traffic inbound from the internet across a pair of VM-Series firewalls that are managed by Panorama and Logging Service. This guide assumes a working knowledge of AWS and the VM-Series.
Although IaaS providers are responsible for ensuring the security and availability of their infrastructure, ultimately, organizations are still responsible for the security of the applications and data. This reference architecture describes how your organization can use the Palo Alto Networks® VM-Series firewalls to bring visibility, control, and protection to your applications built in Microsoft Azure.
This document provides architectural guidance for solution architects and engineers who are familiar with the next-generation firewall but not Azure. It links the technical aspects of the Azure and Palo Alto Networks solution together before exploring the technical design models of the architecture. Use this guide as a roadmap for architectural discussions between Palo Alto Networks and your organization.