Threat actors conceal their attacks in SSL traffic to evade corporate defenses. Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform provides ironclad protection against cyberattacks, while eliminating blind spots introduced by encrypted traffic. Magnifier behavioral analytics, a cloud-based app for the Application Framework, empowers organizations to detect active attacks inside their network without needing to decrypt SSL traffic. This paper describes how Magnifier uncovers in-progress attacks and how it works in concert with Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform to eradicate threats in encrypted traffic.

 

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Magnifier Datasheet

Magnifier Behavioral Analytics empowers organizations to quickly find and stop the stealthiest network threats. By analyzing rich network, endpoint and cloud data with machine learning, Magnifier accurately identifies targeted attacks, malicious insiders and malware. Security analysts can rapidly investigative threats and leverage the Next-Generation Firewall to block attacks before the damage is done. Download the datasheet to learn the key features and benefits of Magnifier.
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KPIT Embraces Digital Transformation With a Different Approach to Cybersecurity

When KPIT introduced the concept of the “Smart Enterprise” – a digital transformation initiative consisting of Smart Campus, Smart Collaboration, Smart Business Systems, Smart Insights, Smart Infrastructure, Smart Workforce and Smart Relationships – it realized it needed a more flexible and secure approach to security and network management. Traditional network mapping no longer worked; policy management was inefficient; and administration had become a major drain on resources.
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Cyber Threat Report: Reconnaissance 2.0

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.
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