Big data and context-rich application initiatives on Google® Cloud Platform are
transforming data centers into hybrid clouds, yet the risks of data loss and business
disruption remain. Embedding the VM-Series into your Google Cloud Platform
application development lifecycle prevents data loss and business disruption,
allowing your adoption to move at the speed of the cloud.
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.
The purpose of this white paper is to clarify how Networks Aperture™ SaaS security service can be used in compliance with EU data protection requirements, including the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation.
Palo Alto Networks Advanced Endpoint Protection represents a complete paradigm shift from identification to pure prevention. Providing comprehensive exploit and malware prevention that is not designed to identify; instead, it prevents an attack before the malware can be successful.
The purpose of this document is to provide customers of Palo Alto Networks with information needed to assess the impact of this service on their overall privacy posture by detailing how personal information may be captured, processed and stored by and within the service.
When deploying web applications in Microsoft® Azure®, the recommended approach to deliver scalability and resiliency is to utilize the cloud infrastructure, as opposed to following a traditional, physical data center approach. By leveraging native Azure-managed load balancing services, organizations can support their additional capacity and resiliency requirements.
Cyberthreats are getting more sophisticated and prevalent, affecting society and economies. Consequently, government regulation is evolving to reflect this risk and drive confidence in the digital space. From 22 February 2018, Australian organisations that are subject to the Privacy Act will need to report data breaches to the affected parties and to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). As businesses grapple with new requirements on data protection, aligning with the Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) scheme is essential. Managing this alignment successfully means not just ticking boxes, but holistically addressing their cyber risks and becoming state-of-the-art.