In this webinar we show you how easy it is to move to a next-generation security platform. Our product experts will explain the fundamental differences between Cisco ASA and Palo Alto Networks, and share migration best practices, examples and case studies.
Read this brief PowerPoint presentation for a quick overview of a proven process for smoothly migrating your customers to Palo Alto Networks. Learn what to discuss with your clients for a seamless transition.
Cybersecurity impacts every industry in different ways. One constant is the ongoing pressure to deploy new systems, applications, and devices. How can you enable change and deploy innovative technologies on time and on budget but without compromising your security?
Our network security solutions give you full visibility and control over all traffic based on applications, protocols, users, and content - even in the most remote and specialized corners of your network. With Palo Alto Networks, you can better manage and protect the complex and ever-evolving ecosystem of modern technologies upon which your industry relies.
Palo Alto Networks Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection solution can lead to more sales opportunities for you. This presentation examines exploit prevention, explains Traps and provides a demo on malware prevention.
Our natively integrated platform brings network, cloud and endpoint security into a common architecture, with complete visibility and control, ensuring your organization can detect and prevent attacks. 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.
As concern over cyberattacks continues to grow, you need to secure your network while continuing to enable your business. Our next-generation firewall delivers comprehensive visibility into network traffic based on applications, users and content, while allowing you to embrace and address your business needs.
Whether your focus is the datacenter, remote offices, highly regulated industry-specific processes or risk management, Palo Alto Networks enables you to gain full visibility and control over your network.
Palo Alto Networks offers a unique and modern approach to threat prevention that begins by proactively reducing the vulnerability of the network, and then fully inspecting all allowed traffic for threats.
Learn to position Palo Alto Networks Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection solution to generate revenues. This sales deck details the problem of endpoint vulnerabilities and explains the advantages of Palo Alto Networks Traps solution.
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The ISA99/IEC 62443 portfolio of standards has emerged as a leading framework for cybersecurity in ICS and SCADA and was referenced in the recent Presidential Framework. Its concepts around segmentation and least-privilege access were developed specifically for SCADA/control system applications. They are simple yet extremely powerful in helping to reduce the risk of compromised uptime and safety due to malicious or unintentional cyber incidents. Hear from ISA99 Managing Director Joe Weiss, Palo Alto Networks SCADA Product Marketing Manager, Del Rodillas, and an Oil & Gas SCADA security practitioner to learn about:
- The essential concepts prescribed by IEC 62443 including zones, conduits, and least-privilege access
- Real world use cases and cyber incidents that highlight the importance of segmentation and role-based access controls
- How to realize the benefits of the IEC62443 framework using the advanced segmentation capabilities of the Palo Alto Networks Security Platform
Our approach leverages the knowledge of the life cycle of malicious domains, as well as the observation of resource re-use across different attacks. The proposed system is built on top of various data feeds from the real world and our evaluation demonstrates the effectiveness of the predicted malicious domains.