Operation Lotus Blossom describes a persistent cyber espionage campaign against government and military organizations in Southeast Asia. The report exposes the targets, tools, and attack techniques, and provides full details on the Lotus Blossom campaign, including all indicators of compromise. Unit 42 discovered these attacks using the Palo Alto Networks AutoFocus platform, which enables analysts to correlate the results of the hundreds of millions of reports generated by WildFire®.


 

AutoFocus Datasheet

Palo Alto Networks AutoFocus™ threat intelligence service re-imagines how security teams protect their organizations from unique, targeted attacks. The hosted security service provides the intelligence, analytics, and context required to understand which attacks require immediate response, as well as the ability to make indicators actionable and prevent future attacks. Read the data sheet to learn the key benefits of the AutoFocus service.
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Next-Generation Security Platform

To enable organisations to securely roll out new services and apps, Palo Alto Networks built the Next-Generation Security Platform to provide prevention through automation, applied consistently across the network, endpoint and cloud.
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Autofocus Quick Demo

A quick demo about Autofocus
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AutoFocus At-A-Glance

The AutoFocus threat intelligence service enables security teams to prioritize their response to unique, targeted attacks. Gain the intelligence, analytics and context needed to protect your organization. View the At-a-Glance for a high-level view into the AutoFocus service and key use cases.
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Palo Alto Networks and FireMon

Palo Alto Networks and FireMon have partnered to jointly deliver a total lifecycle security solution for enterprise and service provider customers. FireMon provides software that facilitates change management and control of Palo Alto Networks firewalls, increasing management visibility and reducing the total cost of making changes.
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KPIT Embraces Digital Transformation With a Different Approach to Cybersecurity

When KPIT introduced the concept of the “Smart Enterprise” – a digital transformation initiative consisting of Smart Campus, Smart Collaboration, Smart Business Systems, Smart Insights, Smart Infrastructure, Smart Workforce and Smart Relationships – it realized it needed a more flexible and secure approach to security and network management. Traditional network mapping no longer worked; policy management was inefficient; and administration had become a major drain on resources.
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