Migrating from Cisco ASA to Palo Alto Networks - Spanish

Mire esta “Migración del Cisco ASA hacia un Palo Alto Networks” Webcast. Le enseñaremos lo fácil que es moverse hacia una plataforma de  Next Generneration Firewall. Nuestro equipo de ingenieros especializados le explicarán las diferencias fundamentales entre un Cisco ASA y un Palo Alto Networks y compartirán las mejores prácticas para la migración, con ejemplos y casos de éxito.


 

Migrating from Cisco ASA to Palo Alto Networks

In this webinar we show you how easy it is to move to a next-generation security platform. Our product experts will explain the fundamental differences between Cisco ASA and Palo Alto Networks, and share migration best practices, examples and case studies.

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For enterprises looking at NGFWs, will this new technology empower your security teams to securely enable applications to the benefit of the organization?

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IT security can no longer be seen as just a technical matter. People, education and management matter too, but culture is the overarching and binding element, says security executive at Dutch bank

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Security platforms to disrupt industry, predicts Palo Alto Networks

Security platforms with open application programming interfaces (APIs) are set to turn the business model for the information security on its head, according to Mark McLaughlin, president and CEO of Palo Alto Networks.

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