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Palo Alto Networks Enables Enterprises to Control March Madness on their Networks

Palo Alto Networks' Innovative App-ID Technology Controls Evasive Applications Commonly Used To Bypass Traditional URL Filtering
San Jose, Calif.
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How To Secure Use of Web 2.0

You don't want to become the Pete Hoekstra of your company. He's a connected guy. And that's the problem.
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US Firewall Firm Blazes Path to Asia

Silicon Valley startup claims its "next-gen" firewall technology lets users control applications in its corporate network, and can save them money in bad times.
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Palo Alto Networks to Host Webinar Featuring Independent Research Firm on How to Simplify the PCI Audit Process

Palo Alto Networks PA-4000 Series Next Generation Firewall Focuses on Identifying and Controlling Applications on the Network
San Jose, Calif.
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Palo Alto Networks First to Deliver Data Leak Prevention Functionality in the Firewall

Next-Generation Firewalls Enable Enterprises to Filter Applications and Application Content for Social Security and Credit Card Numbers at No Additional Cost
Sunnyvale, Calif
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Palo Alto Networks Attracts Additional $10 Million in Venture Funding

Investment from JAFCO Ventures, Japan Asia Investment Company (JAIC) and Northgate Capital Highlight Company Momentum and Innovation Leadership; Increases Series C Financing Total to $36 Million
Sunnyvale, Calif
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The Majority of Traffic on WANs is HTTP

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Palo Alto Networks Joins Microsoft Active Protections Program as Inaugural Member

Next-Generation Firewalls with App-ID™ Uniquely Positioned to Close the Protection Gap Between Vulnerability Identification and Patching
Sunnyvale, Calif
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Nearly 1 Million Users Confirm Web is Becoming De Facto Business Desktop – and Largest Threat Vector

Palo Alto Networks’ Application Usage and Risk Report Finds Web Applications Consume 64% of Enterprise Bandwidth; Drive-by-Downloads Active in 86% of Companies
Sunnyvale, Calif
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Regional Health Care Provider Deploys Palo Alto Networks' Next-Generation Firewall

ThedaCare Gains Granular Visibility and Control of Applications and Improves Threat Prevention
Sunnyvale, Calif
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Palo Alto Networks to Present at Interop New York

To Outline the Blueprint for IT to Embrace Web 2.0 Applications Without Elevating Risk
Sunnyvale, Calif
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Top Ranked US Hospital Selects Palo Alto Networks for Application Visibility and Control

Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Greatly Reduces Risk and Internet Bandwidth Consumption with PA-4000 Series Next-Generation Firewalls
Sunnyvale, Calif
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Will the Olympics Be Any Fun for Network and Security Admins?

ANALYSIS – Today marks the official start of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, and will no doubt be watched by millions and millions of people both in the traditional manner (TV) as well as the online manner as outlined in this Wired article. Geographic time gaps, too many events simultaneously and scheduling issues will no doubt push many an employee towards an occasional “non-work related” viewing of their favorite Olympic event.
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What has happened to network security innovation?

Does anyone out there share my feeling that innovation in network security has become quite scarce? I mean, look at it – the core of network security, the almighty firewall, hasn’t changed in almost 15 years. Not only is it still using the same good old Stateful Inspection to inspect traffic and control it (which means that it can only control port-specific applications, while most applications today do not use an assigned port number). Its functionality hasn’t changed that much either. Now that I think about it, the most recent attempts at innovating with network security functionality have failed as well – virtually all NAC companies are struggling, ILP or DLP, or whatever leakage prevention is called today, hasn’t taken off and point technologies such as IM control, worm mitigation and botnet elimination are not doing any better.
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Palo Alto Networks Discovers Two Vulnerabilities in This Week’s Microsoft Security Bulletin

Brings Total Microsoft Vulnerability Discoveries to Five in 12 Months
Sunnyvale, Calif
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Palo Alto Networks Gets $27M in 3rd Round

Network security vendor Palo Alto Networks announced Tuesday that its firewalls can now control which groups of users have access to specific Facebook functionality -- reading, posting, chatting, sending messages, using apps, or other plug-ins -- as well as when.
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