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Palo Alto Networks adds new innovations to PrismaSASE
New innovations in PrismaSASE that enable customers to identify and remediate misconfigurations in SaaS apps using SSPM capabilities.
Palo Alto Networks responds to rise in threats with MDR service
Unit 42 Managed Detection and Response is a new service that can offer continuous 24/7 threat detection, investigation and response.
New study reveals opportunistic behaviour of cyber criminals
"Ransomware attackers are also becoming more organised [...] as they engage with cyber criminals and the victimised organisations."
Phishing, software vulnerabilities cause 70% of cyber incidents
The heavy use of software vulnerabilities matches the opportunistic behaviour of threat actors who scour the internet for vulnerabilities and weak points.
Palo Alto Networks' cloud security platform receives IRAP assessment
"We provide help protect all forms of compute, cloud native services and access to data within public and private sectors."
Palo Alto Networks bolsters cloud native security offerings
Latest Prisma Cloud platform updates help organisations continuously monitor and secure web applications with maximum flexibility.
Palo Alto Networks named Google Cloud technology partner of the year for security
Palo Alto Networks was recognised for helping organisations rapidly transform security operations for future success.
Thales and Palo Alto Networks roll out new zero trust integrations
A long-standing collaboration between the two global cybersecurity experts, Thales and Palo Alto Networks, is designed help support widespread cloud migration.
Palo Alto Networks says ZTNA 1.0 not secure enough
Palo Alto Networks is urging the industry to move to Zero Trust Network Access 2.0 because previous versions have major gaps in security protection.
Zero trust crucial as high-profile ransomware attacks rise
High-profile ransomware attacks and reliance on digital infrastructure sees an increasing need for businesses to embrace zero trust cybersecurity.
Ransomware payments hit new records as Dark Web leaks climb
The average ransom demand in cases worked by the Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 security consultants rose 144% in 2021 to $2.2 million.
Palo Alto Networks, AWS launch next-gen firewall to accelerate journey to cloud
"The native AWS experience and the proliferation of AWS native services have given organisations the tools they needed to embrace the cloud."
Ransomware payments hit multi-million dollar highs
The average ransom demand in cases rose 144% in 2021 to US$2.2 million, while the average payment climbed 78% to US$541,010.
Greater balance needed in AU Critical Infrastructure Bill
The proposed measures go too far and need stronger guardrails, otherwise they could adversely affect Australia's critical infrastructure operators.
Palo Alto Networks combats software supply chain threats
Palo Alto's Prisma Cloud Supply Chain Security provides a complete view of where vulnerabilities or misconfigurations exist in the software supply chain.
Palo Alto Networks launches Nebula for network security
Palo Alto Networks has announced the upgrade of its PAN-OS software to help find the evasive, zero-day attacks.
Palo Alto Networks joins Microsoft 365 Networking Partner Program
The move will allow the company to provide direct and efficient connectivity for Microsoft 365 users through the Prisma Access service.
Ability to access and share data may drive more cybercrime in 2022 - security firm
Enabling data to move more easily between organisations will undoubtedly lead to more crime, says a cybersecurity firm.
Rubrik enhances cyber resilience solutions to protect against ransomware
With this latest release, organisations can improve ransomware preparedness, respond with more intelligent and integrated tools, and recover from attacks faster, the company states.
Palo Alto Networks partners with Siemens to protect critical infrastructure
The companies will integrate Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Virtual Next-Generation Firewalls and Siemens Ruggedcom Multi-Service Platforms to enable continuous scalable hardware.
Organisations struggling to provide necessary security to support remote working
The shift to remote work turned network access and network security into equally high, yet competing, priorities for network and security professionals.
Hybrid workplaces here to stay, Palo Alto Networks steps in with security service
"Hybrid work is here to stay, and organisations are in need of a solution that enables them to secure all applications used by their employees on their network regardless of location."
Vodafone NZ launches new remote working security tool
Partnering with Palo Alto Networks, the solution uses advanced threat protection technology to safeguard users and ensures a secure remote working environment.
No more security tradeoffs for SMBs or the branch office
Palo Alto Networks' PA-400 Series Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) allows small and medium-sized business to expand their zero trust network security to every branch.