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The next generation of cybersecurity professionals is being created by the Girl Scouts

Tech leaders will soon be able to look to the Girl Scouts for both their cookie and cybersecurity needs. The first-ever national Girl Scout Cybersecurity training badges will roll out in 2018, teaching girls grades K-12 programming, ethical hacking, and how to avoid security incidents, as part of a partnership with Palo Alto Networks, the organizations recently announced.

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Palo Alto Networks Protections for Petya Ransomware

Palo Alto Networks protections for Petya ransomware.

Scott Simkin,
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Threat Brief: Petya Ransomware

This Unit 42 blog provides an update on the threat situation surrounding attacks using the Petya Ransomware which are impacting organizations in Ukraine and other parts of Europe.

Rick Howard,
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Paranoid PlugX

Unit 42 examines the continued effectiveness of Paranoid PlugX malware.

Tom LancasterEsmid Idrizovic,
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A Seat at the Table: How Countries Like Japan Can Be More Visible in Cybersecurity Discussions

Palo Alto Networks CSO Japan Miho Matsubara shares insight into how countries like Japan can be more visible in global cybersecurity. discussions.

Mihoko Matsubara,
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Collaborating with Girl Scouts of the USA for First-Ever National Cybersecurity Badges!

Palo Alto Networks collaborates with the Girl Scouts of the USA for first-ever national cybersecurity badge.

Rick Howard,
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The Power of Leading From the Front: Encouraging Industry-Wide Diversity and Inclusion

We’re acting on diversity and inclusion and Palo Alto Networks Chairman and CEO Mark McLaughlin explains why.

Mark McLaughlin,
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How Japan Is Aiming to Close the Cybersecurity Skills Gap Before Tokyo 2020

Palo Alto Networks CSO Miho Matsubara examines how Japan is aiming to close the Cybersecurity skills gap in advance of the Tokyo 2020 games.

Mihoko Matsubara,
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WiCyS 2017: Building a Diverse Pipeline Into Cybersecurity

At Palo Alto Networks, the more we can build teams of people with different educational or professional backgrounds, from different cultures, who speak different languages, the better we are equipped to build creative solutions to the toughest cybersecurity problems.

Rinki Sethi,
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Securing Our Networks with Women in Cyber

Pamela Warren explores the participation of women in cybersecurity while preparing to host a "Women in Cyber" panel at this year's Cyber Defense and Network Security conference.

Pamela Warren,
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Women in Cybersecurity: My Journey to InfoSec

Palo Alto Networks Rinki Sethi, Senior Director of Security Operations and Strategy at Palo Alto Networks shares her journey to InfoSec.

Rinki Sethi,
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Calling All Women in Technology: Japan’s Cybersecurity Field Needs You

  This post originally appeared on Context: By New America Where were all the Japanese women? I was asking myself that question while participating in the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference last month, one of the largest global conferences for women in IT. At the conference, I spoke with dozens of female college students majoring in computer science and cybersecurity in the United States. About half of the women I spoke with were American students, while the other half were students from India and China who were …

Mihoko Matsubara,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Joy Osborne

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 15 Joy Osborne Sr. Manager of University Relations & Recruitment Are you ready to expand your world with Palo Alto Networks? Visit our Careers page Follow us on Twitter at @WeHireLeaders and @WeHireLdrsEMEA Like us on Facebook, Palo Alto Networks Jobs Watch the other videos in the People of Palo Alto Networks series.  

Justin Hall,
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Palo Alto Networks Gives Back: Ensuring a Great Start to a New School Year

Summer is winding down, which for most parents of school-age children, means the start of a new school year. For some families, the start of a new school year involves a trip to the local store to purchase fresh school supplies. For others, buying essential school supplies is not within budget, putting their children at a disadvantage against their peers. That’s why Family Giving Tree launched the Back-to-School Drive in 1995 to help close the educational gap for underserved K-12 students. Palo Alto Networks employees recently participated in the 21st …

Vonnie French,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Dimitris Patsalas

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks Europe” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 14 Dimitris Patsalas IT Support Professional

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Louise Radoor Larsen

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks Europe” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 13 Louise Radoor Larsen Senior Business Development, Denmark

Justin Hall,
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Interns Meet Executives: Annual Gathering at CEO’s House

As the summer winds down, Palo Alto Networks hosted its annual Intern Dinner with the Executive Team at CEO Mark McLaughlin’s house last Thursday. This dinner is one of the biggest, most anticipated events of the summer for our interns. “Having dinner at Mark’s was an unforgettable experience that was the icing on the cake of an amazing summer internship,” says Procure to Pay intern McKenna Kwok. “The evening was full of good food, great conversation and new friendships.”

Kristina Valenziano,
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Here’s a Look at the First Palo Alto Networks Intern Tech Week!

This past week, Palo Alto Networks hosted our very first Intern Tech Week to give our interns the chance to connect with teams from different branches of the company. It was an opportunity to not only learn more about Palo Alto Networks products but also see how they are made. We kicked off the week last Monday with a deep dive from the creative minds behind AutoFocus. Scott Simkin, Senior Threat Intelligence Manager; Bilal Malik, Senior Product Manager; and Farshad Rostamabadi, Software Engineering Manager, discussed how they worked as a …

Courtney Taku,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Kaoru Hayashi

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 12 Kaoru Hayashi Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst, Unit 42

Justin Hall,
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Palo Alto Networks Named Best Place to Work in Silicon Valley

Last week, the San Francisco Business Times announced their annual list of the best places to work in Silicon Valley. We are thrilled and honored to see Palo Alto Networks at the very top of this year’s list!  

Rene Bonvanie,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Emily Chiu

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 10 Emily Chiu Marketing Events Specialist

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Ellison Bailis

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 9 Ellison Bailis Senior Manager of Workplace Design and Planning

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Shane Xie

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 8 Shane Xie Investor Relations

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Charles Kongkeo

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 7 Charles Kongkeo Systems Engineer

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Giving Back

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 6 Palo Alto Networks Gives Back

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Tim Heraldo

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 5 Tim Heraldo Senior Graphic Designer

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Stephen Whyte

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 4 Stephen Whyte Support Manager

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Karyn Priel

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 3 Karyn Priel Executive Coordinator

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Get in on the Ground Floor

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 2 Watch us break ground on our new campus. Big changes are in the future for us – want to be a part of it?

Justin Hall,
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People of Palo Alto Networks: Warby Warburton

Technology is great. People are better. “People of Palo Alto Networks” celebrates the employees who preserve our unique culture of innovation and collaboration. Episode 1 Warby Warburton Manager, Technical Marketing Engineering

Justin Hall,
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