Palo Alto Networks® PA-3200 Series of next-generation firewalls comprises the PA-3260, PA-3250 and PA-3220, all of which are targeted at high-speed internet gateway deployments. The PA-3200 Series secures all traffic, including encrypted traffic, using dedicated processing and memory for networking, security, threat prevention and management.
Take your user security policies to the next level. With Dynamic User Groups, you can adapt and automate security policies to changes in a user's risk profile. In addition, you can provide temporary access to specific users such as contractors and remote users for a certain period of time.
Implement Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) on Palo Alto Networks appliances -- PA-220, PA-220R, PA-800 Series and PA-3200 Series -- and simplify branch onboarding. ZTP streamlines initial deployment processes by allowing network administrators to ship devices directly to their branches without the need of a specialized IT staff to provision the device. This allows businesses to save on time and resources.
Upgrade to PAN-OS 9.1 to leverage new GlobalProtect enhancements such as greater visibility into all connections and deployments, detailed logs to enable rapid troubleshooting and comprehensive reporting.
Unit 42 found evidence that the developers who created the Sakabota tool had carried out two sets of testing activities on Sakabota in an attempt to evade detection. Within one sample created during this testing process, we uncovered a cheat sheet meant to assist operators of the tool to carry out activities on the compromised system and network, which we've never seen before.
Like “machine learning” and “AI,” Zero Trust has become one of cybersecurity’s latest buzzwords. With all the noise out in the market, it’s imperative to understand what Zero Trust is, as well as what Zero Trust isn’t.
Better run, better take cover… Unit 42 focuses on “Imminent Monitor,” a RAT offered for sale since 2012 and subsequently helps initiate & drive international law enforcement action to proceed with charging those responsible for the development and management of this malware.
Join Arista and Palo Alto Networks security experts and learn how you can deploy Arista MSS together with Palo Alto Networks NGFWs to inspect traffic and deliver robust security across a secure, resilient, and high-performance Arista data center fabric.
Unit 42 researchers took a closer look at the Jira SSRF vulnerability (CVE-2019-8451), which allows for internal network reconnaissance, lateral movement, and even remote code execution, and studied its impact on six public cloud service providers (CSPs).
Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW), the global cybersecurity leader, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Aporeto Inc., a machine identity-based microsegmentation company.
The Security Reference Blueprint for Higher Education outlines security principles and a framework using the preventative capabilities of the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform. Using this blueprint enables education security and IT professionals to protect PII and IP data, maintain a high-performance, high-availability learning environment, and prepare to meet new and emerging technological challenges while reducing security threats.
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