In this paper Mario Chiock, Cybersecurity & Disruptive Technology Executive Adviser and Del Rodillas Senior Manager, SCADA and Industrial Controls Cybersecurity go through the nine core capabilities that define this 21st century security platform for industrial control systems.
Organizations are adopting Google® Cloud Platform to take advantage of the same technologies that drive common Google services. Many business initiatives, such as big data, analytics and machine learning, deployed on GCP allow you to leverage contextual data collected from billions of search engine data points. The power behind GCP, combined with agility and a global footprint, help you quickly deploy enterprise-class applications and services.
For many organizations, the cloud has become the sole route to market for
new application deployment. It affords greater agility and scalability, higher
performance, and faster access to innovative technologies, all of which help a business gain a competitive edge. As a result, data and applications now reside in a multitude of cloud environments, including private and public clouds, spanning infrastructure, platform and software as a service – IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, respectively.
For many organizations, the cloud has become the sole route to market for new application deployment. As a result, data and applications now reside in a multitude of cloud environments, including private and public clouds, spanning infrastructure, platform and software as a service – IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, respectively. Confidently accelerating the move to the cloud requires consistent, automated protections across multi-cloud deployments that prevent data loss and business downtime. Read this paper to learn about an innovative security approach that eliminates the wide range of cloud risks that can cause breaches, by enabling organizations to achieve consistent and frictionless cloud protections for multi-cloud environments.
In today’s growing data center threat landscape, an effective cybersecurity strategy is imperative for software-defined data centers. VMware® and Palo Alto Networks® have partnered on a solution that leverages NSX™ to enable provisioning and seamless insertion of VM-Series next-generation firewall and advanced threat prevention in your software-defined data centers.
Download this white paper to learn more about design considerations, recommendations and best practices for traffic steering while deploying VMware NSX and Palo Alto Networks VM-Series integrated solution.
This paper explains why combining two best-in-class solutions—the Citrix NetScaler
application delivery controller (ADC) and the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation
Firewall (NGFW)—is the best approach for today’s enterprises to build a network
capable of fully addressing cloud requirements for secure application delivery.
It seems that nearly every day a major trusted brand is reporting a breach. The loss and impact felt by companies and individuals alike are significant, and IDC expects that lost business will be more tangible over time. A recent IDC survey of 2,500 consumers found that over three-quarters of respondents would be willing to switch providers if their data was lost to criminals. The size and scope of breaches is mind numbing, and CEOs, board members, and everyday citizens continue to ask, "How do we get better?"
Theft and abuse of stolen passwords is one of the oldest attacks in the book, yet it remains highly effective. Adversaries can use stolen credentials to impersonate valid users, allowing them to bypass the entire attack lifecycle, move uninterrupted throughout their target organization’s network and shift to the abuse of credentials from within. You can prevent credential theft with Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform by stopping credential leakage, blocking access to phishing sites and enforcing multi-factor authentication security policy in the network.
This case study discusses the security, risk and compliance ramifications of operating unpatchable systems, such as
Windows® XP and Windows Server 2003. In financial services, these unsupported operating systems may still be found
in ATMs and aging systems that support check scanners, printers for passbooks (bankbooks), ATM cards, on-demand
checkbooks and other legacy banking applications.