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Palo Alto Networks SASE Adds Microsoft Identity Management

Palo Alto Networks announced a partnership with Microsoft Azure this week that will see the security vendor integrate its secure access service edge (SASE) offering with the cloud provider’s Active Directory (AD) identity and access management platform.

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Crazy things people connect to company Wi-Fi networks

Crazy things people connect to company Wi-Fi networks. Talking Tech with Jefferson Graham

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Palo Alto spruces up SD-WAN services with CloudGenix devices

Palo Alto is pulling back the curtain to reveal two new SD-WAN devices since the security supplier's $420 million CloudGenix acquisition.

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Palo Alto SD-WAN gets analytics, Prisma security

The Prisma integration and root cause analysis in the Palo Alto SD-WAN could help it standout in a market packed with competitors. Palo Alto also launched two SD-WAN appliances.

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Palo Alto Networks CEO on new cybersecurity risks amid Covid-19

Nikesh Arora, Palo Alto Networks CEO, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the success his company has seen amid the coronavirus pandemic, the decision behind acquiring Crypsis Group, and the types of hacking the company is seeing.

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Palo Alto Networks Focuses On SD-WAN Post CloudGenix Buy

‘The appetite from our partner community to embed this into their portfolio has been through the roof. There’s a need for it in the market,’ says Palo Alto Networks global channel chief Karl Soderlund.

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Why the Time is Now for Next-Generation SD-WAN

eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: Palo Alto Networks unveils a next-generation SD-WAN that fills some big gaps in current solutions.

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Palo Alto beefs-up its SD-WAN menu with machine learning, analytics

Palo Alto upgrades the SD-WAN gear it bought via CloudGenix with machine learning and artificial intelligence to embrace cloud deployment

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Palo Alto Networks Updates SD-WAN With AIOps, New Hardware

Palo Alto Networks’ CloudGenix SD-WAN offering gained a spate of updates including artificial intelligence operations (AIOps) capabilities, tighter integrations with its Prisma Access secure access service edge (SASE) platform, and two new SD-WAN appliances.

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Palo Alto Networks Moves to Secure SD-WANs

Palo Alto Networks today launched a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN), Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation SD-WAN, based on the platform it gained by acquiring CloudGenix earlier this year.

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Coffee machines, cuddly toys and cars: The Internet of Things devices that could put you at risk from hackers

More and more devices are being connected to corporate networks - and in many cases, organisations don't even know they're there. But cyber criminals do.

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Episode 286: Apple, ARM and more IoT security challenges

This week’s show kicks off with Kevin and I discussing Nvidia’s $40 billion plan to buy ARM.

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What's on Your Enterprise Network? You Might Be Surprised

The strangest connected devices are showing up, and the threats they pose to security should not be overlooked.

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They fooled a lot of people.

Docker containers have been gaining popularity over the past few years as an effective way of packaging software applications.

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Thanos Ransomware adds Windows MBR locker that fails every time

A new Thanos ransomware strain is trying and failing to deliver the ransom note onto compromised systems by overwriting the computers' Windows master boot record (MBR).

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Palo Alto Networks to buy digital forensics consulting firm for $265M

It’s been quite a day in the tech world, with a bushel of S-1s being filed to go public.

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Palo Alto CEO talks bid for risk management firm The Crypsis Group

Palo Alto CEO Nikesh Arora explained the networks company’s strategy in acquiring the incident response firm for $265 million.

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Palo Alto Networks to acquire incident response firm Crypsis Group for $265M

Meanwhile, the cybersecurity firm posted better-than-expected Q4 results, thanks in part to work-from-home tailwinds.

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Palo Alto Networks aims to scale up automation for the security team

It’s fair to say that the way enterprise security has been done in the past has not worked, is not working and will likely never work.

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Palo Alto Networks To Acquire IR Firm The Crypsis Group For $265M

The deal creates tremendous cross-sell potential for Palo Alto Networks’ Cortex XDR platform since clients are typically open to deploying products used during an incident response engagement on a larger scale.

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Zero trust security: What it is, why it matters

For two decades, companies have slowly reduced their reliance on perimeter security.

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Palo Alto Networks Discloses Kata Container Flaws

At the online Black Hat USA 2020 conference today, researchers from the Unit 42 arm of Palo Alto Networks disclosed how they had enabled malicious code to escape from a Kata Container runtime environment that makes use of lightweight virtual machines to isolate workloads.

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Palo Alto Networks launches security marketplace for its Cortex XSOAR platform

Palo Alto Networks Inc. is enhancing its Cortex XSOAR cybersecurity platform with a marketplace where users can access automation scripts and other components that can ease their work.

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Palo Alto Networks SOAR Marketplace Open for Business

Palo Alto Networks added a marketplace to its security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) platform where customers can browse product integrations, security playbooks, and reports among other “content packs” to help them solve security use cases and protect against threats.

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The Top 25 Channel Sales Leaders Of 2020

Soderlund has helped Palo Alto Networks push into the systems integrator market, expanding its partnership with NTT Ltd.

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Palo Alto Networks Digs Into Kubernetes Security Flaw

The Unit 42 research arm of Palo Alto Networks this week issued a security alert that warns a previously disclosed Kubernetes vulnerability may be more severe than initially appreciated.

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The 25 Most Influential Executives Of 2020

Arora has charted a course of aggressive growth for the world’s largest pure-play cybersecurity vendor with eight acquisitions over his first two years as CEO.

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Minorities in cybersecurity face unique and lasting barriers

IT is facing renewed scrutiny into its lack of diversity. Explore the unique barriers minorities in cybersecurity face and why hiring approaches are ill equipped to address them.

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Taking on the perfect storm in cybersecurity

The cybersecurity industry is at a turning point. Traditional security approaches were already struggling to deal with rising cyberattacks, a shift to cloud and explosive growth in Internet of Things (41.6 billion IoT devices by 2025, anyone?).

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BEC Busts Take Down Multimillion-Dollar Operations

The two extraditions of business email compromise attackers indicate a step forward for international law enforcement collaboration.
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