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Palo Alto Networks — Delivering Network Security for IPv6 Networks

In this paper we will explore the adoption of IPv6, outline security considerations and concerns, and cover the support of IPv6 on the Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall. Regardless of where you appear on the spectrum for IPv6 adoption, making the switch to the next-generation platform provides tremendous benefit by enabling organizations to implement security services, control errant and unmonitored usage of IPv6, provide a path to consistently secure traffic, and ease migration.

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What? You didn't know Computers Control you? / ICS and SCADA

This webinar focuses on some of these issues and what may be done to detect, mitigate, and recover from a SCADA security failure.

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Unit 42 Takes New Research On the Road This Spring

Members of Unit 42  are on the road this spring! Check out where you’ll be able to find them in March and April 2015:

Brittany Stagnaro,
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Have You Seen Our Enterprise Security Platform Approach In Action?

The Palo Alto Networks Enterprise Security Platform brings network, cloud and endpoint security into a common architecture with complete visibility and control, ensuring your organization is capable of not only detection, but threat prevention as well. This next-generation enterprise platform streamlines day-to-day operations and boosts security efficacy and the one-of-a-kind, multi-layered defense model prevents threats at each stage of the attack kill-chain.

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Traps PCI Compliance: Increased Security and Prevention From Advanced Threats

The PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) includes 12 requirements for protecting cardholder data. But despite substantial investments made in securing their networks, organizations are coming to realize that being PCI compliant and being protected from advanced threats are two different things.

Palo Alto Networks,
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Mark McLaughlin on CNBC: There Has to be Something Better, Something Different…

Our CEO Mark McLaughlin was on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street today to discuss the changing cyber threat landscape and why a next-generation Enterprise Security Platform is what customers mean when they call for “something better.” “It’s very obvious right now that the legacy approaches are failing miserably. You just pick up the paper, it’s failing left and right,” Mark told CNBC’s Jim Cramer. “And what we’re seeing then is customers around the world saying there has to be something better, something different – that’s the next-generation Enterprise Security Platform, …

Chad Berndtson,
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Palo Alto Networks Reports Fiscal Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results

Palo Alto Networks announces financial results for its fiscal second quarter 2015 ended January 31, 2015.

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Protect Your Network From Today's Advanced Attack Methods

Attackers have been employing a few very popular attack methods recently in their quest for profit: spear phishing, malvertising, ransomware, to name a few. Learn about these methods and others through real examples, and the tactics you can employ to reduce your risk and protect your network from advanced threats like these.

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Everything is Not ROSI for Telecom Service Providers

Traditional financial models for evaluating security investments typically apply an insurance-based view of security. Return on Security Investment (ROSI) compares the cost to buy and operate a proposed security solution to the expected loss avoidance that solution will deliver. Some organizations also layer in a risk based approach in order to account for the need to mitigate low probability but potentially catastrophic losses. This “insurance policy” model of security investments works reasonably well for most enterprises but can be highly myopic in the world of Telecom Service Providers. How are …

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Web- and Cloud security in 2015

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Data Breach Frequency Doesn’t Have to Slow Cloud Computing Momentum

According to, in 2014, there were 783 data breaches resulting in the loss of more than 85 million records – a bad year for secure data by any measurement. This year, unfortunately, is already worse with 80 breaches reported and 85 million records lost.

Matt Keil,
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Exciting Ignite 2015 Conference Updates

Ignite 2015 is just over a month away and there are plenty of exciting developments underway. Read on for important announcements about the Ignite agenda and a special opportunity to vote your favorite book into the Cybersecurity Canon. New! Ignite Agenda Now Available

Brittany Stagnaro,
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Announcing GlobalProtect Support for Google Android for Work

Android is one of the most popular mobile computing platforms in the world, and mobile users today have a variety of expectations on what they want to do with their mobile device. Their personal and work lives are intermixed on the same device, a trend that will likely continue to grow as BYOD becomes more of the norm in business settings rather than the exception. With these issues in play, there is a growing need for more granular policies – ones that are based on the security requirements for specific …

Brian Tokuyoshi,
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Meet Palo Alto Networks at Aruba Networks Atmosphere 2015

This post first appeared on the Aruba Airheads Technology blog. Palo Alto Networks is a platinum sponsor of Aruba Networks Atmosphere 2015. Visit our experts onsite to learn more about how Palo Alto Networks Enterprise Security Platform elegantly integrates with Aruba Networks ClearPass for the best mobile security available. During Atmosphere, meet Palo Alto Networks at Booth 3 during exhibit hall hours as follows:

Chad Berndtson,
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Security at Leading European Airline Reaches New Altitude with Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the leader in enterprise security, today announced that Austrian Airlines has selected, deployed, and consolidated its security infrastructure on the Palo Alto Networks enterprise security platform. Part of the Lufthansa Group, Austrian Airlines is Austria’s largest carrier, serving around 130 destinations worldwide. Palo Alto Networks is enabling the company to control applications by user, to further increase security, and lower IT management costs.

Santa Clara, CA
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How to fight persistent threats

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Ron Myers and Todd Palmer of Palo Alto Networks Recognized as 2015 CRN Channel Chiefs

Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the leader in enterprise security, today announced that Ron Myers and Todd Palmer have been named to the prestigious list of the 2015 CRN Channel Chiefs.

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Got Advanced Endpoint Protection? Use Our New Documentation to Get Started!

Palo Alto Networks Advanced Endpoint Protection is a complete paradigm shift from identification to pure prevention. Our solution requires no definitions updates, protects unpatched systems, requires no hardware, is compatible with all physical or virtual Windows platforms including terminals, VDIs, VMs, and embedded systems, protects all processes including third party, and most importantly, doesn’t need prior knowledge of an attack in order to prevent it. The Advanced Endpoint Protection solution uses a central Endpoint Security Manager to manage policy rules and distributes the security policy to endpoints in your organization. …

Charissa Fleischer,
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Hot Off the Press! New GlobalProtect Documentation

Over the Labor Day holiday we saw a surge in visits to our GlobalProtect documentation. Previously, the GlobalProtect documentation suite included the Administrator’s Guide, Mobile Security Manager Quick Start, and GP-100 Appliance Hardware Reference Guide. We hypothesized that the majority of visitors were not administrators hastily trying to deploy GlobalProtect infrastructure on a national holiday but were instead end users who were trying to work remotely and possibly troubleshoot or set up the GlobalProtect Agent. Hence, we have created the new GlobalProtect Agent User Guide.

Charissa Fleischer,
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Join the Conversation: Fuel User Group Discussion Forums

If you’ve already joined the ranks as a Fuel member, you’ll know that the Fuel Discussion Forums are already buzzing. Members are using the forums to connect with other members in their local areas and around the world. Are you considering a CNSE certification and don’t know where to start? Looking for better ways to query data? Visit the Fuel Discussion Forums to share best practices, ask and answer questions, and engage with other members. A few of the current forums include:

Megan Scofield,
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Time is Almost Up to Vote for the Cybersecurity Canon

Voting for the next inductees to the Cybersecurity Canon ends this Saturday, February 28! Don’t miss your chance to have your voice heard on the book you think genuinely represents the cybersecurity community.

Chad Berndtson,
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Palo Alto Networks Ron Myers and Todd Palmer Named To 2015 CRN Channel Chiefs List

Congratulations to Ron Myers and Todd Palmer on being named to this year’s CRN Channel Chiefs list.  Each year, CRN Magazine recognizes executives who are “the who’s who of channel management–heading up the partner programs that solution providers depend on to run their businesses.”

Cristina Salmastlian,
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The Internet of Things can be a threat

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