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Palo Alto Networks integrates RedLock and VM-Series with AWS Security Hub
AWS Security Hub is designed to provide users with a comprehensive view of their high-priority security alerts and compliance status.
Back to the basics: Five ways to stay safe online
Phishing attacks or social-engineering attacks are on the rise, where cybercriminals trick people into divulging details and participating in scams.
Don't let cyber attacks disrupt your business
Spending on security feels endless, without clear risk reduction; operations teams and analysts are overburdened.
Palo Alto Networks to expand cloud security capabilities with RedLock acquisition
The acquisition is expected to close during Palo Alto Networks fiscal first quarter, subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions.
Pseudo-ransomware Xbash targeting Linux and Windows discovered
Xbash is data-destructive; destroying Linux-based databases as part of its ransomware capabilities.
Silver Peak adds Symantec, Forcepoint, McAfee to partner alliance
They join the likes of Palo Alto Networks, OPAQ, Zscaler, and Fortinet in a rapidly expanding security alliance ecosystem.
Palo Alto Networks extends Cyber Range reach through first APAC facility
The Sydney Cyber Range is now the company’s first Asia Pacific Cyber Range facility, and the fourth permanent facility worldwide.
You’re invited: Strategise, network, and learn about the latest security trends and threats
The event hosts sessions covering a range of diverse subjects to help customers design their prevention strategies.
Expert says pay-as-you-go cybersecurity model is the future
"Moving from a monolithic, capex-based, high investment to an on-demand, pay-as-you-go model with infinite capacity is clearly the way of the future."
EXCLUSIVE: Palo Alto analyst unwraps mentality of cybercrime
Threat intelligence analyst Alex Hinchliffe discusses the constant rise of cybercrime, how it's changing, and the possibility of cyber warfare.
It’s G-Day: GDPR now operational so what do the experts think?
GDPR is now officially live and the hype is reaching manic levels with the term beating 'Beyoncé' on Google this week - here's what the experts think.
Palo Alto Networks forks out $300m cash to acquire Evident.io
In a move to extend its cloud security offerings, Palo Alto Networks has entered into a definitive agreement with Evident.io.
New report finds race to the cloud in EMEA outpacing cybersecurity
The relentless rush to cloud adoption is coming at the detriment to cybersecurity with some countries in EMEA worse than others.
How cybersecurity will evolve to become part of DevOps
Businesses should understand the risks they face & the ways their network could be brought down, then integrate security into every application.
How businesses can prepare for the Notifiable Data Breaches legislation
Australian organisations are likely to embrace mandatory data breach reporting requirements and most businesses believe it should be mandatory.
Three key elements to protect Kiwi enterprises from cyber threats
Executive teams must invest in continually improving security management processes to prevent successful attacks.
UBoat Remote Access Trojan targeting Korean businesses
A new custom Remote Access Trojan (RAT) is making its way around various countries in Southeast Asia and may be going after Korean targets.
Palo Alto Networks offers business tips for Cyber Smart Week
As Cyber Smart Week continues, Palo Alto Networks is highlighting some of key factors that introduce risk into an organisation.
RSA expands authentication footprint with four major security firms
RSA has announced authentication partnerships with the likes of CyberArk, Microsoft, Palo Alto Networks and VMware.
OceanLotus Group thought to be targeting ASEAN nations on behalf of Vietnam
The OceanLotus Group, also known as APT 32, may be on the hunt for targets in ASEAN nations and acting on behalf of Vietnam state interests.
Experts weigh in on ‘Bad Rabbit’, the potential next WannaCry
Ever heard of Bad Rabbit? It’s the newest form of ransomware causing havoc in Eastern Europe that could be coming your way soon.
Palo Alto Networks takes security logs to the cloud
Large data logs are important for organisations to be able to store, process & analyse as much data as possible in order to improve threat visibility.
Three ways businesses and employees can stay smart online
It takes just one unwary employee to share their password or plug in an unauthorised device to put a company at risk.
Palo Alto Networks pledges support to Aus Govt's Cyber Engagement Strategy
The strategy aims to promote economic growth and prosperity through digital trade while maintaining a secure and free cyberspace for all stakeholders.