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Displaying items by tag: Palo Alto Networks

Monday, 15 August 2016 14:21

Palo Alto says ditch the antivirus approach

Traditional antivirus (AV) endpoint products give the enterprise a false sense of security; while they may satisfy regulatory and corporate governance requirements, they do not protect against today's advanced cyber-threats.

Published in Security

When Mr Spock conducted a Vulcan mind meld, it was “My thoughts to your thoughts. Your thoughts to my thoughts.” It was all about sharing, an exchange of thoughts, and allowing the participants to become as one.

Published in Security

The federal government and industry have been urged to work together to share information on cyber security threats and attacks to counter the increasing sophistication of cyber adversaries.

Published in Security
Thursday, 07 July 2016 14:03

Palo Alto next-gen firewall gets 100% rating

Security company Palo Alto is very chuffed that its fastest next-generation firewall has also achieved the safest rating.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 08:45

RegTech follows FinTech

There is a new app industry growing out of FinTech – it is called RegTech and as you might have guessed it is aimed at apps to help ensure compliance with government, financial, information technology, and even ethical regulations and expectations under which companies operate.

Published in Business Software

Hospitals present special security issues – patent data, personally identifiable data, and life and death ‘stuff’ needs to goes over the network 24/7.

Published in Security

Apple has revoked the security certificate which was being used to sign the ransomware known as KeRanger, making it impossible for the malware to infect systems any longer.

Published in Security

Australian rice producer and exporter SunRice has standardised on the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform to support its global expansion, increase security, and consolidate its IT infrastructure.   

Published in Security

Read up - from ransomware to security model trust, from IoT attacks to cybercrime legislation, from secondary victim attacks to the sharing of threat intelligence.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 13:48

iOS hacked again – YiSpecter

Palo Alto is on a roll – first it discovers XCodeGhost and the resultant infection in more than 4000 apps in Apple’s Chinese App store – now YiSpecter infects both NON-jailbroken and jailbroken phones.

Published in Security

Singtel’s managed security services business unit, Trustwave, has formed a strategic alliance with Palo Alto Networks designed to bring next-generation managed security services to global, multi-national businesses and government agencies.

Published in Security

Palo Alto has released an updated report on the Chinese #iOSdisaster that indicates that its reach is far greater than admitted, or imagined.

Published in Security

Enterprise security provider Palo Alto Networks has appointed a new chief security officer for the Asia Pacific region.

Published in People Moves

VMware's AirWatch enterprise mobility management operation and security vendor Palo Alto Networks intend to increase the integration between their products.

Published in Virtualisation
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 15:00

Researcher warns of Android 'internal storage' risk

Passwords and other secret information stashed in Android's internal storage system is at risk of leakage, according to a researcher at Palo Alto Networks.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 26 February 2014 16:54

Palo Alto, VMware extend global partnership

Enterprise security solutions vendor Palo Alto Networks and VMware have extended their global strategic partnership, announcing a new reseller agreement and the general availability of a previously launched integrated network security and network virtualisation solution.

Published in Strategy

Security vendor Palo Alto Networks has released enhancements to its enterprise security platform that it says increase advanced threat detection and prevention capabilities.

Published in Security

As part of a typical sales engagement, Palo Alto Networks will place one of their next-generation firewalls onto a potential customer's network to determine 'what's going on.'  Turns out, rather a lot.

Published in Cloud Computing
Monday, 25 October 2010 14:10

Appliance approach secures Australian blue chips

Target, Tennis Australia and the University of Queensland are among 50 Australian organisations which have bought network appliances and security solutions from Palo Alto Networks since it began selling systems three years ago.

Published in Security

Karl Driesen - VP EMEA, Palo Alto Networks - to deliver speech 'Social Networks - Where Are the Dangers?' on IT Director's Day, 17 November, at the main stage of InfoSecurity Russia. StorageExpo. Documation'2010

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