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Pionnier et leader dans le domaine de la sécurité d’entreprise, des pare-feu de nouvelle génération, Palo Alto Networks devient la première solution de sécurité certifiée par l’ANSSI sur les critères de pare-feu de Next Generation (#NGFW).
Palo Alto Networks a pour mission d’accompagner et de sécuriser le développement numérique de nos clients. Notre devoir est de préserver la continuité du service rendu chez nos clients face à une cybercriminalité organisé qui dispose d’outils toujours plus sophistiqués. C’est donc la sécurité qui va permettre la transformation numérique.
Palo Alto Networks®Traps™ inclut la technologie Advanced Endpoint Protection pour protéger vos systèmes de toute tentative sophistiquée d'exploitation de vulnérabilités ou d'attaque par des logiciels malveillants inconnus.
Avec les récentes attaques, les entreprises ont été poussées à revoir leur système de sécurité pour mieux se préparer aux éventuelles menaces.
Les menaces persistantes avancées (APT) sont utilisées pour compromettre les organisations dans le monde. Ce sont des méthodes d'attaque de plus en plus sophistiquées, persistantes et évasives. Regardez ce webinar de 30 minutes qui vous mènera droit au cœur des profondeurs du cyber-monde.
Key features, performance capacities and specifications of VM-Series for VMware NSX.
Palo Alto Networks®, the leader in enterprise security, today announced that it has received a U.S. Gold “Rising Star” award presented by the Global Technology Distribution Council (GTDC).
Security Information & Event Management
With the rapid rise and evolution of cyber threats, the traditional network perimeter is eroding and endpoint compromise is inevitable. Security and networking teams must collaborate to quickly identify and contain compromised endpoint devices.
Palo Alto Networks and Bradford Networks™ have partnered to automate the complex threat triage and response process and empower organizations to contain advanced threats in seconds.
Palo Alto Networks Inc. today announced financial results for its fiscal fourth quarter and fiscal year 2014 ended July 31, 2014.
This brief provides details on how Palo Alto Networks eliminates some of the complexities involved with point products — firewall, IPS, IDS, URL filtering — by providing visibility at all layers, and into every step of an advanced attack, with a single inline security appliance augmented with cloud intelligence.
Fortinet (NASDAQ: FTNT) and Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (NYSE: PANW), both original co-founders of the industry’s first cyber threat alliance, today announced that two new security industry leaders, McAfee and Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC), have joined the alliance as co-founders.
The provider of next-generation firewall * has expanded to new countries - including France - regional distribution contract that bound him to the wholesaler Westcon.
An initiative that should lead to improved ground cover for the brand, which continues to be distributed by Exclusive Networks and Honey, and by recruiting new partners.
Among the factors driving this expansion of its distribution network: the strong growth of the company. After a year 2013 saw a 55% increase in billings, Palo Alto has continued to publish growth between 45 and 50% over the first three quarters of its 2014 fiscal year (and losses equally impressive **).
Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the leader in enterprise security, today announced that its CSO Rick Howard will be presenting at the 16th Annual AT&T Cyber Security Conference in New York City on September 4, 2014.
Unit 42, the Palo Alto Networks threat intelligence team, has identified a series of attacks codenamed “Silver Spaniel”, emanating from Nigerian actors against our customers. These attackers, formerly associated with 419 scams targeted at unsuspecting individuals, are now using many of the same tools that cyber crime and espionage groups have deployed in the past. These actors represent an emerging threat to the enterprise.
Steve Jones, head of R&D at UK penetration tester RandomStorm, said: "Although Apple's encryption of the data itself is considered robust, Apple could apply AES 256 bit encryption to the images. This would put the majority of hackers off, or really slow them down.
"However, access to the celebrities' images could have been gained through more indirect means, such as guessing the celebrities' passwords, or by finding their email address and then correctly answering traditional security questions.
"Apple could improve the security of iCloud by enforcing the use of much stronger, unique passwords and by introducing two factor authentication to iCloud accounts, to ensure that access is from the correct device and/or account owner."
Every year, security experts descend on Black Hat USA 2014 conference to gather, compare notes and share information on the latest security hacks, vulnerabilities and data breaches. The event this year was no less thought-provoking than previous years, with eye opening revelations on how vulnerable we really are to cyber attacks.
Get the results and analysis from the 2014 Advanced Threats survey, and learn how you can put these insights to work in your organization to improve APT prevention, detection and defense.
Security Specialist Palo Alto Networks value added distributor Westcon Group have their existing regional distribution agreements expanded. The new globally applicable agreement opens new markets for it - according to the parties - fastest growing security platform for companies and is an incentive for resellers who use the highly integrated distribution capabilities.
Last year alone there were 122 patched Microsoft IE vulnerabilities, most of which was attributable to use-after-free bugs. This year Microsoft has until now been patched 126 IE vulnerabilities, of which so far four actively exploited and all were based on use-after-free bugs.
Cybersecurity specialist Palo Alto Networks (PANW) has upgraded its NextWave channel partner program with new enablement offerings and financial incentives to help partners capitalize on opportunities in the burgeoning enterprise security market.
Palo Alto Networks has its Partner "Next Wave" revised. His partners are strengthened in the future "by the great market potential for enterprise security" benefit, the company promises in a statement.This Palo Alto continues to rely on its existing channel sales model and would like to strengthen the partners.
Palo Alto Networks has bolted to its Channel Program Next Wave. The aim of the changes is to "support partner more extensively going to benefit from the huge market potential for enterprise security." In detail, the company has adjusted the program requirements, so that partners should be possible to achieve higher program level.
Palo Alto Networks® updates its program NextWave partnership to help partners capitalize on the vast business opportunities offered by security solutions to next-generation enterprise.
Palo Alto Networks is very attached to a model distribution oriented. The changes announced today reflect the attention paid to this model and equip partners new ways through technical training, marketing tools, a new recording solution business opportunities and optimization remuneration to performance.
Palo Alto Networks has refreshed its NextWave partner programme with a number of updates.
Palo Alto says the changes underscore its focus on a channel-centric model, with newtechnical training, marketing tools, deal registration updates and pay-for-performance enhancements.