Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), today announced it has acquired Morta Security, a Silicon Valley-based cybersecurity company operating in stealth mode since 2012. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Nintendo announced that attackers had successfully breached 23,926 Club Nintendo user accounts between June 9 and July 4. There were over 15.46 million login attempts over the same time period, Nintendo said. While users should immediately change their passwords, especially if they had reused the same one elsewhere, the prospect of phishing attacks may be a bigger concern. User names, email addresses and a password are more than enough to help an attacker break into other online accounts or target a user for spear phishing, said Wade Williamson, a senior security analyst at Palo Alto Networks. Williamson said he hasn't seen such attacks yet, but it is a plausible way for the thieves to derive value from stolen data.
Leading Maker of Precision Dispensing, Surface Treatment and Testing Equipment Deploys PA-4000 Series, Simplifies Management and Reporting, Improves Security with Granular Application Visibility and Control
Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (NYSE: PANW) today announced that it will release its financial results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year ended July 31, 2013 after U.S. markets close on Monday, September 9, 2013. Palo Alto Networks will host a conference call that day at 1:30 PM Pacific time (4:30 PM Eastern time) to discuss the results.
In recent years, cybersecurity has emerged as one of the top concerns for the leadership of business and government organizations around the world. The troubling number of high-profile attacks targeting some of the largest companies in the world has led many to question whether adequate measures are in place on their own networks. Sophisticated attackers are employing new techniques to penetrate a network, and using methodologies to avoid detection by masking their activities in legitimate application traffic.
Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the leader in enterprise security, announced that today Honorable Judge Sue L. Robinson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware (the “Court”) declared a mistrial in a lawsuit brought by Juniper Networks against Palo Alto Networks due to the jury being unable to reach a verdict.
A prominent Fortune 1000 company with more than 10,000 workloads across 100 AWS® accounts achieved several important goals by implementing Prisma Public Cloud. This use case provides an overview of the immediate benefits Prisma Public Cloud provided, including the ability to enable forensics, achieve visibility into risk posture, and automate DevSecOps.
Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the next-generation security company, has today released findings of independent research into the state of cybersecurity within the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS).
This white paper explains how Palo Alto Networks advanced endpoint protection product, Traps, helps healthcare organizations comply with HIPAA regulations – primarily in the areas of malware and exploit prevention. Traps can also serve as a compensating control for unpatchable systems like Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and medical devices.
Android adware has embraced an innovative way to promote potentially malicious apps: abuse Android plugin frameworks.
They say a rising tide lifts all boats; unfortunately, the proverb applies to cybercriminals, too. While the inexpensive availability of compute processing power and broadband connectivity has made technologies like virtualization and cloud computing possible, that same ready access makes it possible for even a novice cybercriminal to leverage some of the most advanced malware available today.