Learn how Kevin Wilson, Corporate Information Security Manager replaced their legacy antivirus solution at all Guess? retail locations with Traps to protect their stores from breaches and cyberthreats. The ease of setup and efficacy catch rate for malware, Traps exceeds all expectations. Having the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform provides Guess? with information they need to evaluate and act on threats to their retail and corporate environment.
Lennar Corporation, is one of the largest home builders in the U.S., and markets the world's first Wi-Fi Certified Homes. Kevin Gonzalez, Security Operations Manager, discusses Lennar's decision to replace its legacy firewalls with more than 40 Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls - giving Lennar a single, holistic view to manage and secure its data more efficiently.
Keeping students safe and protected from threats and inappropriate content is top priority for everyone. Learn from Ryan Choate and Dr. John Rubio how a strong and reliable firewall is critical to providing essential educational opportunities and safety to students. With Palo Alto Networks, Alameda County Office of Education can manage all their county school districts from one central device with visibility into potential threats.
Animal Logic discusses how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform gives him a single, native platform to help prevent zero-day threats and malware from infiltrating his corporate network.
Learn about the benefits that Mark Squires from SMC® Corporation of America, a global manufacturing company, experienced when replacing the company’s entire corporate legacy antivirus solution with Palo Alto Networks® Traps™ protection for their endpoints, virtual and physical servers.
Dylan Border from Fisher-Titus Medical Center, a nonprofit community hospital located in North Central Ohio, discusses how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform helps detect and prevent unknown cyberthreats. WildFire's proactive and automatic prevention of advanced and targeted attacks, helps give Fisher-Titus the insight and analytics to prevent future attacks.
Hear Matthew McLimans, Sr. Network Security Engineer at Warren Rogers Associates discuss how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform deployed in Amazon Web Services (AWS) segments network traffic coming from thousands of remote data collection devices, prevents malicious traffic from infiltrating fuel system diagnostics and reporting systems, white-lists applications and services, and segments cardholder data to ensure PCI compliance in the company’s cloud-based data center.
In this video Robbie Walker and James Holland talk about how the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform helps them educate the university population about making good decisions about risk, understand the nature of attacks, and meet the security challenges with a degree of agility and respond to issues as they occur in real time.
Brødrene Hartmann is a Danish corporation which produces moulded-fibre egg packaging. Hartmann is headquartered in Copenhagen, and has six factories, four in Europe, one in Israel and one in North America. Hartmann also develops and sells equipment and parts for the manufacturing of moulded-fibre packaging. In this video, Mogens Ole Jakobsen talks about the challenges a global company faces, the vendors Hartmann evaluated and how the decision to go with Palo Alto Networks was the best infrastructure decision he’s made in the last 8 years. Mogens also talks about how you will always be behind if you go for protection rather than prevention.
In this video Raphael Bytebier, Network Architect at Samsonite talks about how the company turned to Palo Alto Networks to meet the internal challenges of BYOD with the revolutionary Palo Alto Networks App-ID, Content-ID, and User-ID.
In this video, Tony Li, IT Security Director at Lenovo talks about the biggest security challenges the company faces, what types of threats come into their network and why they chose Palo Alto Networks.
In this video, Russell Wu, CEO of Sinogrid Information Technology talk about the challenges Chinese businesses face in today's technology environment and how Palo Alto Networks helps them meet those challenges.
SanDisk Corporation designs, develops and manufactures flash memory storage devices and software and is the third-largest manufacturer of flash memory in the world. In this video Scott Johanson discusses techniques that hackers use today and the benefit of using Palo Alto Networks.
Bugaboo International is a Dutch mobility company founded in 1999. The company’s headquarters is in Amsterdam with offices around the globe. Bugaboo manufactures baby strollers and accessories. In this video Bert Groot-Hulze talks about how Palo Alto Networks helps the company protect its intellectual property and secure mobile employees.
Founded in 1884, the Annie Wright Schools are two private schools located in Tacoma, Washington with an enrollment of approximately 500 students. Annie Wright Day School serves boys and girls in preschool through grade 8, while Annie Wright Upper School offers all-girls day and boarding programs for grades 9 through 12. Annie Wright is an International Baccalaureate World School and educates numerous students from foreign countries. In this video, Bob Williamson, Network Administrators talks about the challenge the school faces with international students and BYOD.
Columbia Sportswear is a global company that designs and delivers high-value outdoor products for active consumers of all ages. In this video, Columbia Sportswear's John Spiegel, Global IT Communications Manager, and Tim Melvin, Global IT Director, talk about embracing the Palo Alto Networks/VMware NSX virtualized data center platform, and how the platform helps Columbia Sportswear achieve top-notch data center security without slowing business productivity.
In this video, you’ll hear Tony Morshed, Chief Technology Officer at California Department of Water Resources (DWR) discuss the state’s Software-Defined Data Center strategy. DWR leverages the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, including WildFire and Panorama subscriptions. In addition, DWR takes advantage of the microsegmentation capability that VMware’s NSX solution provides.
Organizations around the globe continue to struggle with targeted attacks on the endpoint that bypass multiple layers of traditional controls. Golan Ben-Oni, IDT CSO talks about how the innovative approach and technology of Traps is a paradigm shift in endpoint security, and what that really means for his organization.
Revera helps more than 30,000 seniors and other clients to live their lives to the fullest. With 50 years of experience, Revera has a deep understanding of the seniors they serve. Through its vibrant retirement communities, long term care homes, U.S. nursing and rehab centres, and dedicated home health team, Revera offers choices that enable its residents and clients to continue to be their best.
McLean County Unit School District No. 5 employs approximately 1,650 full and part time staff members to educate more than 13,600 students. The district consists of more than 214 square miles, with 16 elementary, 4 junior high and 2 high school buildings, 1 early learning center, and 1 vocational training site.
Health Information Technology Services Nova Scotia (HITS-NS) provides IT services to district health authorities, and hosting services, internet access and remote connectivity to a network that includes 20,000 users in over 150 locations, interconnecting all the hospitals in Nova Scotia. Hear how HITS-NS is empowered as a result of having Palo Alto Networks WildFire technology in place.
Aardman Animations from Bristol/UK has a deserved reputation as a world leader in model animation. Their award-winning work leads the field producing a unique brand of independent film alongside work for broadcast and advertising spots. To date the studio proudly boasts four Oscars and ten Oscar nominations.
Cricket Communications, Inc., is a leading provider of unlimited, no-contract wireless services with more than 4 million subscribers nationwide. "Palo Alto's products are the best we've seen for traffic identification. They're easy to use, very accurate and it's extremely easy to drill down into the information to pinpoint abusers or threats and block them before they impact service."