Prezentacja poświęcona porównaniu rozwiązań Cisco ASA z firewallami firmy Palo Alto Networks wraz z wyjaśnieniem w jaki sposób dokonać bezpiecznej i bezbolesnej migracji z tych urządzeń do rozwiązań następnej generacji (NGFW).
SSL is a growing category of network traffic that delivers private and secure communications. However, it can also be used inappropriately to hide application usage, transfer data to unauthorized parties, and mask malicious activity.
IT Managers are facing ever-increasing demands to secure remote access to corporate applications and data. The proliferating use of personal devices such as smartphones, laptops or tablets within the corporate environment introduces additional security issues. Palo Alto Networks is partnering with Swivel Secure Ltd. to provide its mutual customers with an extremely secure, flexible, and easy to manage remote access solution.
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.
When customers deploy inline appliances on mission critical network segments, they have the option to mitigate the risks of scheduled or unscheduled downtime of an inline appliance for configuration changes, maintenance, or repair scenarios by adding a tap/bypass switch to maintain network continuity. Palo Alto Networks has partnered with Garland Technology to provide the ability to install Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall inline without compromising network uptime.
How or why is consumerization happening is almost irrelevant. All that really matters is how to deal with it. Today it's users, rather than IT departments, that are choosing the laptops, smart phones and tablets that they want to use. The resulting challenge for you is not trivial: how to integrate consumer devices in your business, yet still put adequate controls in place to manage the associated risks - not the least of which is the risk of exposing your applications and sensitive data to the wrong people. In this live video broadcast, hear Nir Zuk, CTO and co-founder of Palo Alto Networks, and Rich Mogull, Analyst and CEO of Securosis, provide insights and recommendations on how to handle consumerization and the proliferation of devices.
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.
Identifying security risks proactively and systematically in a large network is like looking for a needle in a haystack. To address the challenge, it is imperative that the network firewall, as a first line of defense, is optimally configured for security, continuous compliance and high performance. Palo Alto Networks and Skybox® Security have partnered to monitor and prevent security or compliance gaps in an enterprise firewall deployment, and minimize overall firewall management costs.
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.
The number of smartphones and tablets accessing data on the corporate networks is exploding. Some of these devices are enterprise owned, while many others are user owned. The new IT challenge deals with balancing security with end-user freedom, particularly on personally owned devices. These challenges intensify when considering the increasing demand for application and data access on smartphones and tablets. These devices and apps create new threat vectors that must be addressed by IT executives to prevent data leakage of sensitive corporate information.
Palo Alto Networks® engaged independent data privacy risk management provider TRUSTe® to review and document the data flows and practices described in the following datasheets. The purpose of these documents is to provide customers of Palo Alto Networks with information needed to assess the impact of these services on their overall privacy posture by detailing how personal information may be captured, processed and stored by and within the services.
Prisma SaaS Privacy Datasheet
AutoFocus Privacy Datasheet
Prisma Access Privacy Datasheet
Cortex Data Lake Privacy
Cortex XDR Privacy Datasheet
Traps Privacy Datasheet
URL Filtering Privacy Datasheet
WildFire Privacy Datasheet
How the recent advanced threats execute on your endpoints and the Palo Alto Networks prevention advisory
Traps replaces legacy antivirus and secures endpoints with a multi-method prevention approach that blocks malware and exploits, both known and unknown, before they compromise endpoints, such as laptops, desktops and servers.
•Challenges with AV today
•Difference between exploits and malware
What is malware? What is an exploit? How to prevent against both attack vectors
•Prevention is better than a cure
Having a multiple method approach against APTs
•Automated Prevention Platform via Palo Alto Networks
Demo of live hack against Traps 4.1
Produktionsnetze, Steuersysteme, Office-Netzwerke, die Grenzen sind fliessend. Hinzu kommt eine zunehmende Automatisierung auch im Heimumfeld: Hausbus und das „Internet der Dinge“ - all diese Anlagen, ob im Unternehmen oder Zuhause, stehen im Fadenkreuz internationaler Angreifer, die hier verblüffend einfach großen Schaden anrichten können.
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Palo Alto Networks and Gigamon have partnered to deliver a highly reliable and transparent threat prevention solution. In a high-availability environment, the loss of a single device or power source cannot be allowed to jeopardize network connectivity. The addition of a network security device to protect the network cannot introduce any single points of failure. The combination of the Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall with GigaVUE bypass functionality provides full threat prevention, transparently and with no reduction in reliability.
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.
Palo Alto Networks and Solera Networks are combining next generation firewalls with active network forensics to enable security administrators to “see” critical attacks, uncover their root cause and quickly adapt their infrastructure to prevent recurrence and mitigate risk.
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.