The world of cybersecurity is changing. As businesses continue to prepare themselves to defend themselves against attacks, growing responsibility to protect the data of customers, employees, partners and shareholders mean that there’s still more for businesses to do to ensure the best possible protection. We surveyed more than 700 decision-makers in companies with over 1000 employees in the U.K., Germany, France, the Netherlands and Belgium to understand how they plan to adjust to the changing world of cybersecurity.


 

Protect Yourself From Antivirus

Traditional antivirus is not the solution to preventing endpoint breaches—it’s the problem. If you’re still using antivirus you are leaving your organization vulnerable to malicious attack.

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Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection Technology Overview

Most organizations deploy a number of security products to protect their endpoints, including one or more traditional antivirus solutions. Nevertheless, cyber breaches continue to increase in frequency, variety and sophistication. Faced with the rapidly changing threat landscape, current endpoint security solutions and antivirus can no longer prevent security breaches on the endpoint. Palo Alto Networks® Traps™ advanced endpoint protection replaces traditional antivirus with a unique combination of the most effective, purpose-built, malware and exploit prevention methods that pre-emptively block known and unknown threats from compromising a system.

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11 Ways Palo Alto Networks Is Changing The Game For Partners

In May, Palo Alto Networks welcomed new Americas channel chief Karl Soderlund to its team. Soderlund, who now serves as vice president, Americas channels, brings years of channel expertise to the role, including channel chief roles at Imperva, Aruba and Avaya.

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2017 Cybersecurity Predictions: The Price of Ransomware Continues to Increase in Asia-Pacific

A lack of real world experience and metrics in order to aid security professionals is harming communication and capabilities. Speaking at the launch of the book Navigating the Digital Age, produced by Palo Alto Networks and Forbes, Palo Alto Networks CSO Greg Day said that the intention of the book was creating an understanding of responsibilities by distilling duties down, and highlight what are some of the things you can ask to go beyond the yes/no i2016 was a challenging year for organisations particularly as cyber adversaries achieved high-profile success, mainly with ransomware. Organisations in Asia-Pacific are no exception. The year also taught a valuable lesson that no industry vertical is safe; if there is a hole in your security, a determined adversary will find it.

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APP-ID Tech Brief

This tech brief provides an overview of our patented App-ID classification technology that determines the exact identify of applications, irrespective of port, protocol, evasive tactic, or SSL encryption.

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Aperture At A Glance

Aperture delivers complete visibility and granular enforcement across all user, folder and file activity within sanctioned SaaS applications.

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