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WildFire Just Got Better - See What It Means To You (Hebrew)

The WildFire solution detects and blocks targeted and unknown malware, exploits, and outbound command-and-control activity. Quickly turning unknown threats to known and blocked, WildFire delivers near real-time protection globally in as little as 30 minutes. Watch this webcast to learn the new innovations in WildFire for detecting and blocking advanced cyber threats. [Language: Hebrew]

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Firewall Expert Series: Extending Application Security Policies to Cover Users Everywhere

In this session, we closely examine application usage policies and how they apply to users in different locations. Watch it to learn how to identify challenges with conventional approaches, how you can extend application usage policies to cover remote users, and how to manage your policies from a central location.

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Major Western Military Service

This major western military service unit provides network defense for all of its major commands and leadership globally. The service operates, maintains and defends its networks across myriad sites globally. It provides the service’s first and second lines of defense against all of the network’s external and internal threats.

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60 Minutes: Choosing an Enterprise Firewall for 2011 and Beyond

Firewalls are evolving. While many have only seen an evolution of their marketing taglines, not their technology, enterprises now require a set of technologies in their network firewall that were previously unheard of. Perhaps most notably, application visibility and control has made its way to the forefront of the requirements list for enterprise firewalls.

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Palo Alto Networks and NetWitness

Palo Alto Networks and NetWitness have partnered to provide unified security event analysis and resolution. The combined solution validates application execution, speeds incident investigation and eliminates wasted time navigating disparate systems.

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Introducing the PA-7050 - The Fastest Next-Generation Firewall (Hebrew)

Your business groups have a seemingly insatiable need for more bandwidth. Recent high profile attacks that use port 80, or SSL to hide, and leverage commonly used applications like FTP and RDP for exfiltration are driving the need to increase your security posture. Which do you choose? Performance or security? Easy – Both.

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Control your Own Cyberspace: Migrating Threat Response Teams To Threat Intelligence Teams

Vishaal Hariprasad - Threat Intelligence Architect with Palo Alto Networks explores and explains the prevailing shift in mindset from one of signature-based defence security models to more abstract ‘Indicators of Compromise’ and knowing where and how to identify them within your own network security stack.

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Application Visibility and Control

How Palo Alto Networks delivers application visibility and control more effectively than other port-based offerings.

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Wireless Networks Solution Brief

Enterprise mobility is changing the ways that people work and the devices they use. It’s also changing the network infrastructure needed to support the devices on business networks. Wireless interfaces are the network connectivity standard for tablets and smartphones, and even some laptops such as ultrabooks and the Apple MacBook Air. As a result, wireless networking is now ubiquitous. It’s found at corporate and branch offices everywhere, including at organizations that have taken conservative positions on wireless networking in the past, such as hospitals, banks, and government offices. With all of this rapid growth, questions arise on whether the proper security is in place to protect the traffic and keep it free of malfeasance and impropriety.

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Control the Risks in Allowed Applications

How Palo Alto Networks provides secure application enablement—first by allowing the application and then scanning it for threats to protect users and your network.

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Maintain Performance with Security Services Enabled

IT Security teams are often forced to choose between security and performance. See how the unique design of our Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall addresses this challenge and how it has performed in independent 3rd party testing.

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Firewall de Siguiente Generación: Todo lo que usted necesita saber

This video is an overview and demo of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation firewall in Spanish.

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Rethink Security for SaaS with a Platform Approach

Watch this on-demand webinar where we examine the stages of a real-world attack targeting SaaS applications plus best practices to secure your SaaS environment.

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Threat Review Series: Lessons From WildFire, January 2012 Edition

Following the release of WildFire (Palo Alto Networks new feature for combating targeted and unknown malware), we have discovered hundreds of new types of malware that are hitting enterprise networks every day. In this edition of the Threat Review we will take a deep dive into some of the more interesting examples that we have encountered, understand how they work, how they are delivered and then provide the specific best-practices needed to combat the latest trends in malware.

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60 Minutes: The Future of the Perimeter

Join two pioneers in network security: Nir Zuk and Marcus Ranum, for what promises to be a very lively discussion on the future of the network perimeter. As applications and users move in and out of the enterprise network, what happens to the network perimeter as we know it? Does it go away? Evolve? How should organizations address these changes? Both Marcus and Nir are mainstays of the network security space – both having built and championed multiple successful innovations, products, and companies serving enterprise security professionals.

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Pragmatic Network Security for Virtualized Datacenter Environments

This webcast provides an over-arching framework and concise set of best practices organizations can use to address the network security challenges created by ongoing adoption of popular virtualization technologies.

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Mobile Security - Russian

Mobile Security in Russian Language

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Firewall Expert Series: Protecting Against Emerging and Targeted Threats

Modern networks are under assault from an increasingly varied and sophisticated spectrum of exploits, malware and evasion strategies designed to avoid traditional security products. In this review we will introduce: - Palo Alto Networks complete approach to threat prevention - How you can use the unique capabilities of the next-generation firewall to address the entire lifecycle of a modern threat - How you can protect against emerging, targeted and unknown threats

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Threat Review Series: Combining the Power of App-ID with WildFire

This segment reviews malware discovered by Palo Alto Networks during the month of April using the WildFire component of our next-generation firewall. In this analysis, we specifically look at the techniques used by malware to hide their network traffic and next-generation policies that can control them.

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Exploit Kits: How to Protect Your Organization

Today’s attackers are using exploit kits to automatically find vulnerabilities in common systems. As the use of these attacks increase, so does your chance of being compromised. In order to better protect your organization, you’ll need to understand the inner workings of exploit kits.

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Palo Alto Networks and Tufin

As organizations deploy multiple security solutions to safeguard corporate networks from wide-ranging threats, it becomes increasingly difficult to perform labor-intensive and error-prone tasks such as risk analysis, change management, auditing and compliance checks. Palo Alto Networks and Tufin® have partnered to help customers increase operational efficiency and reduce risk by intelligently automating firewall policy management.

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Palo Alto Networks and Arista Networks

Palo Alto Networks and Arista Networks have partnered to offer the highest performance next-generation firewall implementation in the industry. The modern data center has ever-increasing demands for throughput and performance, and the security infrastructure required to protect and segment the network must be able to meet those demands. The combination of Arista Networks’ Datacenter Switches along with Palo Alto Networks’ next-generation firewalls provides unmatched security in high-performance data centers without impacting throughput.

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Palo Alto Networks and RSA

Most organizations that allow remote access to applications and data over the Internet need to authenticate remote users to enable policy-based access. This security challenge is being amplified from proliferation of web-based enterprise applications and an increasing range of mobile and portable devices used to access sensitive applications and data under the backdrop of rapidly evolving security landscape. Palo Alto Networks has partnered with RSA to provide two-factor authentication solutions to our joint customers to safely enable access to sensitive applications and data.

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Threat Review Series: Controlling the Lifecycle of Modern Threats

The rate of sophisticated breaches and intrusions is obviously accelerating. While there is no shortage of media coverage on these events, there is a troubling lack of best practices that enterprises can use to protect themselves. In this edition of the Threat Review Series, we will walk through the full lifecycle of today's modern attacks, and discuss specific next-generation firewall policies and tools you can use today as part of a coordinated threat prevention strategy.

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Zero Trust Network Architecture with John Kindervag - Video

In this video, John Kindervag, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, defines the "Zero Trust” network architecture, the three key concepts, and the architecture elements that make up a Zero Trust network.

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Palo Alto Networks and MobileIron

Intelligent tablets and smartphones are now the primary personal communications and computing platform for Mobile IT business operations and apps. As a result, IT needs to consider how to provide secure network access to both enterprise and end user owned mobile devices. Moreover, an exponential increase in the number and usage of mobile apps is creating new threat vectors that must be addressed by IT to safeguard mobile devices and prevent data loss.

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Next Generation Firewall: Tutto quello che devi sapere

This video is an overview and demo of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation firewall in Italian.

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How to Detect and Stop Modern Cyberattacks

Modern threats are forcing businesses to fully examine the lifecycle of cyberattacks and advanced persistent threats (APTs). During this webcast we review real world data on cyberattacks and dissect the 5 steps of an advanced attack designed to evade security controls.

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Threat Review: The Anatomy of a Targeted Attack

Targeted attacks represent some of the most dangerous threats facing a modern enterprise. While these threats remain relatively rare, they often target your most valuable assets and intellectual property. The use of custom malware and attack strategies also makes them some of the most difficult IT security threats for you to detect. In this episode of the Threat Review, we will analyze a real-world example of a targeted attack exposed by WildFire, including an analysis of the malware industry that supports targeted attacks, and best practices to protect your network today.

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Comparing Palo Alto Networks with Web Application Firewalls (WAF)

Comparison of next generation firewall technology with Web Application Firewalls (WAF).

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