Palo Alto Networks® PA-5200 Series of next-generation firewall appliances comprises the PA-5260, the PA-5250 and the PA-5220, which target high-speed data center, internet gateway and service provider deployments. The PA-5200 Series delivers up to 72 Gbps of throughput using dedicated processing and memory for the key functional areas of networking, security, threat prevention and management.
Avoid critical mistakes when implementing you Next Generation Firewall. Robust cybersecurity plans must account for sizing, performance, context, and scalability.
As data breaches continue to disrupt business in the increasingly cloud-driven world, it’s clear the traditional approach to cybersecurity doesn’t cut it. Securing digital transformation without slowing down the business requires a new school of cybersecurity thought. An integrated approach – harnessing the agility of the cloud along with the power of automation and analytics – will simplify operations and bring about better security outcomes with less effort. This paper discusses the cybersecurity model of the future and the three key elements it provides to effectively secure your business.
To keep pace with digitization, new technology, laws and regulations, the roles of the CISO and InfoSec Team are evolving. Get 5 CISO Priorities for 2020 and Beyond.
Attackers have developed an arsenal of tools and techniques to break into organizations’ networks and steal valuable information. This report reveals the latest tactics that threat actors use to stay under the radar while conducting internal reconnaissance. It also explains how automation has enabled amateur hackers to carry out advanced reconnaissance and accelerate the speed of attacks.
Palo Alto Networks® Traps™ advanced endpoint protection stops threats on the endpoint and coordinates enforcement with cloud and network security to prevent successful cyberattacks. Traps minimizes endpoint infections by blocking malware, exploits and ransomware. Integration with your security platform delivers additional threat analysis, shared intelligence and automated containment.
Amazon® Web Services has been an advocate for strong cloud security since it launched in 2006. AWS® and its customers employ a shared responsibility model that distributes security roles between the provider and customer. As a public cloud vendor, AWS owns the infrastructure, physical network and hypervisor. The enterprise owns the workload operating system, apps, virtual network, access to their tenant environment/account and the data.