Learn how to use the Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access to secure mobile users as they access applications hosted in the internet or on-premises, regardless of where they connect from. Design models include authentication with Azure Active Directory and multiple methods to connect to internal or cloud-hosted applications.
Learn how senior decision makers secure their applications and underlying platforms, what tools they use, how they finesse systems and processes into organizational alignment and ways they leverage controls.
Find out why security program maturity correlates to operational excellence and enables more functionality and on-time product delivery.
Leverage the insights of a thousand seasoned security professionals. Access key benchmarks of the development processes toward a mature security program in this actionable e-book.
By Palo Alto Networks, Cortex is the industry’s most comprehensive security operations product portfolio with end-to-end solutions to address the unique needs and challenges facing the healthcare industry. With Cortex, Security Operations professionals are proactive with security, not reactive. Learn more in this healthcare solution brief.
Learn how 5G-Native Security protects all facets of the 5G infrastructure, including the user communications, applications, and data of business-critical enterprises, governments, as well as consumers.
Palo Alto Networks IoT Security is the only solution in the market today that enables maximum return on investment (ROI) and patient experience with deep visibility, focused operational insights, and enhanced security for medical devices all in one platform. Combined with our industry-leading ML-Powered NextGeneration Firewall (NGFW) platform, IoT Security can decrease the cost of patient care with operational insights for clinical teams, prevent threats, block vulnerabilities, and automatically enforce policies either directly or through integrations. Trusted by 20% of the hospitals in the US, the cloud-delivered service allows you to prevent threats and control the risk of IoMT, IoT, and IT devices on your network across all sites.
Unit 42 brings together world-class cyber researchers and elite incident responders to protect our digital way of life. With a deep-rooted reputation in delivering industry-leading threat intelligence, Unit 42 is now expanding its scope to provide state-of-the-art incident response and cyber risk management services. Our incident response consultants will serve as trusted partners to respond fast and contain threats completely, so you can get back to business in no time.
Previously recorded webinar from the Discussion Box. In the ongoing spirit of Women’s History Month, This Woman in Cybersecurity panel discussion will be focused on ''The Speed of Evolution: Keeping Pace with Digital Transformation''
This infographic gives you a comprehensive overview of everything you need to know about securing medical devices or IoMT and how security is limiting adoption and why thinking outside the box can help overcome security issues.
The shift in the delivery of digital healthcare has been accelerated by the pandemic. Remote workers, increased telemedicine, connected medical devices (IoMT) and the rapid adoption of digital tools to communicate are just a few of the current trends reshaping healthcare. This transition has brought with it additional risks, compliance considerations and attack surface concerns that requires a new mindset for security.
What emerging security trends have been exposed in healthcare? What key insights and principles of cybersecurity can be applied to foster resiliency? And, how can you create an adaptive and agile cybersecurity culture to prevent modern threats?
Please join MK Palmore for a keynote discussion that will draw from his experiences and perspective, offering thoughts on challenges and opportunities in securing today’s digital healthcare organizations.
M.K. Palmore, Vice President, Field CSO - Americas
Cybersecurity solutions for advanced medical devices and IoT enablers is an emerging area where Frost & Sullivan is observing rapid market traction. Read the study to learn why Palo Alto Networks is plotted as a leader in the Frost Radar™ in the healthcare cybersecurity industry.
In this ebook we bring to you Palo Alto Networks’ approach to implementing secure clinical and device workflow management to relieve both network security and clinical teams from the day-to-day operational burdens of securing and managing medical devices.
As shown by a recent survey conducted by the Information Security Media Group (ISMG) in conjunction with Palo Alto Networks and Accenture,1 patient care has never been more dependent on technology than it is today