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Palo Alto announces new cloud location in Australia
The move will allow regional organisations in Australia to utilise several of Palo Alto’s high-performance solutions, as well as enabling these organisations to store their logs within Australian borders, the company says.
Palo Alto Networks advances attack surface management with Expanse
"By integrating Expanse's attack surface management capabilities into Cortex after closing, we will be able to offer the first solution that combines the outside view of an organisation's attack surface with an inside view to proactively address all security threats."
Palo Alto’s NZ partner award winners announced
The Awards recognise partners whose business models have adapted to customers' needs and delivered excellence.
Palo Alto Networks launches enterprise data loss prevention service
"As a single centralised cloud service, Palo Alto Networks Enterprise DLP can be deployed across an entire large enterprise in minutes with no need for additional infrastructure."
Palo Alto Networks and PwC deliver MDR services to Hong Kong enterprises
“Together, PwC and Palo Alto Networks offer a service designed to address and solve customer cybersecurity pain points particularly as the market demands new ways to detect and respond to threats.”
Palo Alto launches enterprise data loss prevention service
The solution helps protect sensitive data at rest and in motion across every network, cloud and user access.
Palo Alto Networks and PwC extend partnership, deliver cyber defence solution
The pair will deliver managed detection and response (MDR) services to joint customers, with the offering combining MDR services from both companies.
Palo Alto Networks extends cloud native security platform with new modules
Palo Alto Networks has announced the availability of Prisma Cloud 2.0, including four new cloud security modules, thus extending its Cloud Native Security Platform (CNSP).
Palo Alto Networks launches new SD-WAN solutions and enhancements
Palo Alto Networks has introduced two new SD-WAN appliances and enhancements to its next-generation SD-WAN solution, expanding the company’s CloudGenix SD-WAN solutions reach.
BT adds Zoom Meetings to its digital workplace portfolio
The agreement means BT becomes the first global provider to offer a fully managed Zoom Meetings service featuring a choice of connectivity and integration with its global voice network.
BT Security shakes up roster of vendors after 'largest ever' partner review
BT says the decision to review their security partner base was driven by the recognition that many customers find it difficult to navigate today’s complex security landscape, as well as customers’ desire to have a ‘leaner set of partners’.
Remote working trend bolsters cybersecurity investment - but downturn predicted
A new report from Canalys indicates investment in cybersecurity has increased 9.7% - but worsening economic conditions could turn the statistic around.
Endace and Palo Alto Networks launch integration to empower security teams
“The combination of Cortex XSOAR’s powerful orchestration and automation capabilities with the rich network history recorded by the EndaceProbe Analytics Platform gives security operations access to the conclusive forensic evidence they need to respond quickly and accurately to threats.”
IoT devices more at risk of cyber attack than ever - report
Among the most disturbing discoveries: 98% of all IoT device traffic is unencrypted, exposing personal and confidential data on relevant networks.
Acronis appoints security veteran as chairman of the board
Bonvanie is the executive vice president of strategic accounts at Palo Alto Networks and has been a member of the Acronis Board of Directors since 2014.
Datacom extends UC portfolio through 8x8 partnership
Datacom will offer 8x8’s platform alongside other UC vendors, particularly as the market towards Unified Communications as-a-Service (UCaaS) solutions.
Datacom expert becomes Palo Alto Networks 'Guardian'
Datacom consultant David Hull has been recognised as one of only 37 ‘Guardians’ around the world after being awarded Palo Alto Networks’ top status of CYBERFORCE Guardian.
The growing importance of IoT security
Securing IoT devices doesn’t have to be overly complex or costly. It’s simply a matter of including the IoT devices in an organisation’s overall security posture.
Palo Alto Networks adds SD-WAN and DLP capabilities to edge networking platform
Prisma Access aims to deliver end-to-end networking and security services from a globally distributed cloud platform.
Palo Alto Networks and Europol sign MoU to expand collaboration
Palo Alto Networks participates in regular meetings with Europol investigators to discuss security challenges related to cybercrime trends and share insights on tackling them.
Citrix and Palo Alto Networks team up on SD-WAN protection
The collaboration aims to enable easy deployment and management of next-generation firewalls within Citrix SD-WAN.
Palo Alto Networks expands commitment to NZ market
Palo Alto Networks is expanding its New Zealand business operations in order to better prepare local businesses for growing cybersecurity concerns.
Quantum computing in the telecom sector and more cybersecurity trends
According to a new report, quantum computing will be a destabiliser for the telecom sector, making PKI obsolete in the near future.
Canalys’ top picks for Cybersecurity Leadership Matrix 2019
The matrix is based on unique feedback from channel partners via the Candefero channels community, combined with Canalys quarterly shipment estimates and analyst insight.