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Protéjase de las amenazas avanzadas persistentes

Las amenazas avanzadas persistentes ponen en peligro a organizaciones de todo el mundo y utilizan un nivel de sofisticación, persistencia y métodos evasivos de ataque cada vez mayores. Asista al webinar de Palo Alto Networks y conozca de primera mano lo que se oculta en las redes informáticas.
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Come prevenire le APT – Un approccio enterprise alla sicurezza

Le APT sono usate per compromettere le organizzazioni in tutto il mondo con metodi di attacco sofisticati, persistenti ed elusivi. Guarda questo webcast dove faremo luce sul lato oscuro del mondo digitale.
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A backdoor on Chinese mobile devices

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Coolpad hidden backdoor in phones

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Malware from factory

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Ryan Olson on the CoolReaper Backdoor

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Back door in millions of mobiles

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Government APT video series Part 1: THE ANATOMY OF AN ADVANCED THREAT

Governments have the unwelcome position of being among the most targeted organizations in the world. Attackers are taking advantage of the slow patching process of many government organizations to protect their networks from known vulnerabilities. But of course we know attackers also develop highly targeted or specialized zero-day exploits. Palo Alto Networks has a closed-loop threat prevention platform that addresses all of these threats without the need for a daisy chain of security products. It’s efficient, simplified and optimizes your resources. We invite you to a 3-part video series in which we explore and compare current options to Palo Alto Networks’ unique approach to thwart threats, particularly zero-days and APTs in today’s demanding government environments.
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California Department of Water Resources, Securing NSX with VM-Series

In this video, you’ll hear Tony Morshed, Chief Technology Officer at California Department of Water Resources (DWR) discuss the state’s Software-Defined Data Center strategy. DWR leverages the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, including WildFire and Panorama subscriptions. In addition, DWR takes advantage of the microsegmentation capability that VMware’s NSX solution provides.
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California Department of Water Resources

In this video, you’ll hear Tony Morshed, Chief Technology Officer at California Department of Water Resources (DWR) discuss the state’s Software-Defined Data Center strategy. DWR leverages the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, including WildFire and Panorama subscriptions. In addition, DWR takes advantage of the microsegmentation capability that VMware’s NSX solution provides.
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Government APT video series Part 3: MULTI-LAYERED ADVANCED THREAT APPROACH

In Part 3, the last installment of Palo Alto Networks Government APT video series, we discuss Palo Alto Networks multi-layered approach to threat prevention using a positive security model. Enacting a positive security model allows government organizations to deflect any of the malicious content before it needs to hit WildFire®.
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Government APT video series Part 2: WILDFIRE VS. STANDALONE SANDBOXING

In Part 2 of Palo Alto Networks 3-part Government APT video series, we review current standalone solutions and then explore the Palo Alto Networks WildFire® approach to the APT and zero-day problem.
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Web Security Wish List for Effective Network Protection

Learn how a next-generation web security solution can deliver what legacy, proxy-based alternatives don’t. Watch this webinar as your first step to making your network more secure and your life easier.
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CoolReaper: The Coolpad Backdoor

CoolReaper: The Coolpad Backdoor New research from Unit 42 confirms security risk in Coolpad devices Palo Alto Networks researchers have uncovered CoolReaper, a backdoor contained in millions of Android devices sold by manufacturer Coolpad. CoolReaper exposes users to potential malicious activity and appears to have been installed and maintained by Coolpad despite objections from customers. Due to the unique way Coolpad modifies the Android OS, it is difficult for Android antivirus programs to identify and remove this backdoor.
Palo Alto Networks, Santa Clara, CA
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Palo Alto Networks Uncovers Backdoor In Android Devices Sold by Coolpad

Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the leader in enterprise security, today revealed details of a backdoor contained in millions of Android-based mobile devices sold by Coolpad, one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturers based in China.
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CoolReaper Revealed: A Backdoor in Coolpad Android Devices

Coolpad is the sixth largest manufacturer of smartphones in the world, and the third largest in China. We recently discovered that the software installed on many of Coolpad’s high-end Android phones includes a backdoor which was installed and operated by Coolpad itself. Today we released a new report detailing the backdoor, which we’ve named “CoolReaper.”
Claud Xiao,
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