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Sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s Channel Scoop.   Q3 FY19 NextWave Webinar. It’s a new year. Find out what opportunities for maximizing profitability lie ahead for NextWave partners. Register today for a session in your region.   Partner Satisfaction Survey Results. High margins and revenue are two of the reasons why NextWave partners enjoy partnering with us. Watch the videos that show the top 5 results and highlights from our 2018 survey.   Expand Your Footprint. Help Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall customers secure their digital transformation by sharing the value …
January 18, 2019 at 12:00 AM

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In Person Event
In Person Event
Coventry
January 22, 2019 @ 9:00 GMT
You are invited to join experts from Palo Alto Networks and DXC Technology at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 to learn more about best practice approaches to the safe unification of ICS/OT and IT systems and how to ensure critical operational infrastructure is properly secured against known and unknown threats both now, and in the future. Who should attend Operational Technology / ICS / SCADA Practitioners and Security Operations IOT and IIOT Practitioners Network Security, Information Security & SOC Teams Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) stakeholders Why attend In modern asset-based businesses, data is key to making smart, real-time decisions and creating a foundation for the innovative new products and services that will allow you to greater serve customers in the future. As a result, Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) systems must be converged to truly enable data driven businesses. This direction of travel directly challenges the traditional ‘Air Gap’ security models that have existed between IT and OT systems for decades. Not only does this approach hinder the required flow of telemetry data between sensory networks, data lakes and machine learning environments, but as a trusted construct it also introduces new and unknown risks from insider threat. Agenda 09:00 - 09:30 - Welcome 09:30 - 10:15 - Zero trust principles and use cases for SCADA architectures, Lionel Jacobs, Palo Alto Networks 10:15 - 11:00 - Delivering best practice OT Security with DXC’s Cyber Reference Architecture, Craig Jarvis, CTO Security @ DXC Technology 11:00 - 11:15 - Short break 11:15 - 12:00 - CyberX: Palo Alto Networks Application Framework and DXC partnership, Chris Sidwell-Smith, Palo Alto Networks 12:00 - 13:15 - Working lunch with discussion groups on the use of OT data for analytics in the cloud 13:15 - 14:00 - IT meet OT, insights from Unit 42, Alex Hinchliffe, Palo Alto Networks 14:00 - 14:30 - Guided tour of the MTC Speakers Alex Hinchliffe, senior threat analyst at Unit 42, Palo Alto Networks Lionel Jacobs, senior security architect, SCADA & ICS at Palo Alto Networks Craig Jarvis, chief technology officer for security at DXC Technology, with responsibility for technology strategy and for devising approaches to counteract advanced threat actors.  DXC is the largest Managed Security Services Provider in the world, with 4000 security experts and a dozen Security Operation Centres DXC delivers end-to-end security services to over 1000 clients. About Unit 42 Unit 42 is the global threat intelligence team at Palo Alto Networks®. We believe threat intelligence should be free, shared and available to all for the common good. We deliver high-quality, in-depth research on adversaries, malware families and attack campaigns. Our analysts uncover and document adversary behaviors, and then share playbooks that give insight into the various tools, techniques and procedures threat actors execute to compromise organizations. We share our findings freely so defenders everywhere can access world-class threat intelligence. Unit 42 is a recognized authority on cyberthreats, frequently sought out by enterprises and government agencies around the world. Learn more: unit42.paloaltonetworks.com. About the venue The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) develops and improves innovative manufacturing processes and technologies in an agile, low risk environment, in partnership with industry, academia and other institutions. The centre focuses on delivering bespoke manufacturing system solutions for customers, a list of which can be found here. The MTC operates some of the most advanced manufacturing equipment in the world, and employ a team of highly skilled engineers, many of whom are leading experts in their field. This creates a high-quality environment for the development and demonstration of new processes and technologies on an industrial scale. Members include global manufacturing companies from multiple sectors. Research partners include the University of Birmingham, University of Nottingham, Loughborough University and TWI Ltd. The MTC’s areas of expertise are directly relevant to both large and small companies and are applicable across a wide range of industry sectors. Space is limited, so sign up now to reserve your spot.