Attackers have developed an arsenal of tools and techniques to break into organizations’ networks and steal valuable information. This report reveals the latest tactics that threat actors use to stay under the radar while conducting internal reconnaissance. It also explains how automation has enabled amateur hackers to carry out advanced reconnaissance and accelerate the speed of attacks.
Find out how PAN-OS with the world's first ML-Powered NGFW enable you to proactively stop threats, secure IoT devices, reduce errors with automatic policy recommendations, and much more. Get a close look at the features that make PAN-OS 10.0 the new standard for network security.
Establishing, maintaining, and demonstrating compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a necessity for everyone in payment card processing—including merchants, processors, acquirers, issuers, and service providers, as well as companies that store, process or transmit cardholder data (CHD) and/or sensitive authentication data. With approximately three hundred individual requirements to address, organizations subject to the standard have their work cut out for them.
This white paper will explain how Palo Alto Networks® Next Generation Security Platform allows PCI system operators to significantly enhance security and exceed PCI DSS requirements through segmentation and mitigating risks of malware and unpatched systems.
WildFire® cloud-based threat analysis and AutoFocus™ contextual threat intelligence services are two of the powerful core components fueling Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform to deliver better protection. Together, these cloud-delivered security services provide the industry’s most advanced analysis and prevention engine for highly evasive zero-day exploits and malware.
Cortex XDR™ extended detection and response provides organizations the ideal solution for securing VDI environments. With its lightweight, high-performance agent, it can safeguard virtual desktops without slowing down systems or impacting productivity. Its advanced security engines block known and unknown malware, exploits and fileless attacks. It also collects comprehensive data for detection and response, enabling security teams to investigate incidents after a VDI session ends. Read this paper to learn how Cortex XDR safeguards VDI environments.
Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR™ enables you to satisfy multiple PCI DSS requirements and bolster your security posture with one integrated solution for prevention, detection, and response across your enterprise. Cortex XDR is the industry’s first extended detection and response platform that prevents advanced malware, exploits, and fileless attacks while also integrating endpoint, network, and cloud data to stop sophisticated attacks.
Network segmentation is a critical, fundamental building block in today’s modern process controls networks (PCN). Once thought to be an optional practice, the recent increase in attacks on ICS/SCADA systems shows it is vital to network design and security implementation. Case studies on both the Target® and the more recent Ukraine electrical grid attacks indicate that these attacks were containable – even preventable – had the proper network segmentation been in place.
Panorama reduces network complexity with logical, functional device groups, simplifies
network management with easy, global policy control, and reduces the time that threats linger
on your network with actionable data highlighting critical information for response prioritization.
IT Managers are facing ever-increasing demands to secure remote access to corporate applications and data. The proliferating use of personal devices such as smartphones, laptops or tablets within the corporate environment introduces additional security issues. Palo Alto Networks is partnering with Swivel Secure Ltd. to provide its mutual customers with an extremely secure, flexible, and easy to manage remote access solution.
Any modern organization requires the Domain Name System (DNS) to run its business, regardless of industry, location, size, or products. DNS is a protocol that translates user-friendly domain names, such as www.paloaltonetworks.com, into machine usable IP addresses—in this case, 188.8.131.52. Without DNS, we’d have to memorize random strings of numbers, which our brains aren’t well equipped to do. DNS is fundamental to every single modern organization, all over the world. Network operators cannot block DNS traffic, and firewalls have to let it through. Networks need DNS to function properly.
Security teams face a dizzying array of threats, from ransomware and cyberespionage to fileless attacks and damaging data breaches. However, the biggest headache for many security analysts is not the endless number of risks that dominate news headlines but the frustrating, repetitive tasks they must perform every day as they triage incidents and attempt to whittle down an endless backlog of alerts.