The Security Reference Blueprint for Higher Education outlines security principles and a framework using the preventative capabilities of the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform. Using this blueprint enables education security and IT professionals to protect PII and IP data, maintain a high-performance, high-availability learning environment, and prepare to meet new and emerging technological challenges while reducing security threats.
Next-Generation Firewalls can provide detailed information on events or devices whose traffic they directly handle or access. This information is normally only related to the traffic flowing through the firewall itself, and traces generally need to be activated on demand as well as used with caution, so as not to affect firewall performance.
Making sense of MARS-E is geared towards State CIOs, Enterprise Architects, global system integrators (GSIs), and all Administering
Entities (AEs) involved in the modernizing of state Medicaid, Integrated Eligibility, or
Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) systems
There are no flawless software systems or applications. When flaws result in security vulnerabilities, threat actors exploit them to compromise those systems and applications and, by extension, the endpoints on which they reside. Although software vendors issue patches to remediate flaws, many financial institutions do not apply all available patches to their production environments. In addition, when systems or applications reach their end-of-support, they no longer receive vulnerability patches from their vendors. These two scenarios describe the conditions under which a system or application is considered "unpatchable." When patching or upgrading is no longer feasible, security professionals need to identify alternative ways to secure the unpatchable systems and applications to support their ongoing use in the environment.
The Security Reference Blueprint for Federal Civilian Departments and Agencies helps the U.S. deliver on its mission and business objectives to safely and securely render services to the American public, while advancing the Nation's agenda.
Securing the modern, hybrid data center requires a uniform approach across physical, virtualized, and cloud environments. The key is to gain granular visibility, control, and consistent threat protection in your hybrid data center without added complexity.
Companies are often reluctant to begin their Zero Trust journey because they believe it is difficult, costly, and disruptive but building Zero Trust networks is actually much simpler than building legacy 20th-century hierarchical networks.
This whitepaper describes the need for cybersecurity certifications, the value companies, and cybersecurity professionals gain when attaining cybersecurity certifications. Also, describes the different Palo Alto Networks Certifications available with resources links.
Manufacturers are employing the industrial internet of things and other innovative technologies to produce quality goods efficiently. Read this platform brief for a summary of how Palo Alto Networks helps manufacturers compete in the global marketplace while streamlining security operations, protecting valuable data, and preventing new and known threats from impacting operations or uptime of corporate and ICS/SCADA networks.