Palo Alto Networks PA-800 Series next-generation firewall appliances, comprising the PA-820 and PA-850, are designed to secure enterprise branch offices and midsized businesses.
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.
The use of SaaS (software as a service) applications is creating new risks and gaps in security visibility for malware propagation, data leakage and regulatory non-compliance. Prisma SaaS delivers complete visibility and granular enforcement across all user, folder and file activity within sanctioned SaaS applications, providing detailed analysis and analytics on usage without requiring any additional hardware, software or network changes.
Global expansion, mobile workforces and cloud computing are shifting the locations of your applications, data and users. These changes introduce new opportunities for business efficiencies, but they also create a set of unique cybersecurity challenges.
More than a quarter of 10,000 respondents to a global survey said they would rather have their cyber-security managed by artificial intelligence than human operatives - but didn't understand how AI works.
A new form of malware has been spotted in the wild by cybersecurity companies which say the code's main focus is the fraudulent mining of the Monero (XMR) cryptocurrency.
A quarter (25%) of survey respondents feel cybersecurity should be the responsibility of law enforcement, and 28% feel it is down to the government, according to a report by Palo Alto Networks.
All but one of the bugs were remote code execution (RCE) flaws - the exception was an escalation of privilege vulnerability bug caused by a Windows Error Reporting Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability
A decade-and-a-half from when it emerged and held the title of the most destructive computer virus of all time, MyDoom still persists.