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Zscaler appoints Karl Soderlund as senior vice president, worldwide partners and alliances

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Zscaler has announced that Karl Soderlund has been appointed as the company’s Senior Vice President, Worldwide Partners, and Alliances. In his role at Zscaler, Soderlund will be responsible for advancing and modernizing the Zscaler partner program by developing and executing a competitive go-to-market strategy, and leading a world-class channel team. “As the leader in cloud security, Zscaler continues to become a destination for top talent,” said Dali Rajic, Chief Operating Officer, Zscaler. “Karl’s deep partner expertise and proven track record […]

Palo Alto Networks announces AI-powered SASE

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Palo Alto Networks has announced new capabilities to boost its single-vendor SASE solution enabling organizations to automate their increasingly complex IT and network operations center (NOC) functions. Additionally, the company announced features to secure IoT and automate branch management. With new AI-powered capabilities, organizations can confidently rely on Prisma SASE to generate better security outcomes and unlock operational efficiencies. Prisma SASE Improves Security Posture and Reduces Complexity According to the Gartner 2022 Roadmap for SASE Convergence report, by 2025, 80% […]

Palo Alto announces PAN-OS 11.0 Nova to help Organizations outpace Zero Day Threats

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Cyber threats continue to increase in volume and complexity with threat actors developing new ways to avoid detection — including highly evasive malware. To help organizations outpace these evolving threats, Palo Alto Networks has announced PAN-OS® 11.0 Nova, the latest version of its industry leading PAN-OS software, unleashing 50+ product updates and innovations. Amongst them are the new Advanced WildFire cloud-delivered security service that brings unprecedented protection against evasive malware and the Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) service which now protects […]

Palo Alto Networks acquires security startup Cider Security

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Palo Alto Networks has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cider Security (Cider), a pioneer in application security (AppSec) and software supply chain security. The proposed acquisition supports Palo Alto Networks Prisma Cloud’s platform approach to securing the entire application security lifecycle from code to cloud. Combined with its recently announced Software Composition Analysis (SCA) capabilities, Prisma Cloud will now provide the industry’s most comprehensive supply chain security solution as part of its code-to-cloud security platform. […]

Palo Alto Networks Partners with Zoom

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Palo Alto Networks has announced a partnership with Zoom Video Communications to create joint solutions that will enable an exceptional user experience for their mutual customers, and help companies simplify and secure hybrid work. “Network and UCaaS admins are responsible for the end-user application experience, but no product currently offers all the information necessary to troubleshoot, report, and improve the application experience of remote workers,” said Pamela Cyr, vice president, Technical Partnerships, Palo Alto Networks. “We are pleased to deliver […]

Palo Alto Networks releases UAE ransomware research

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Over half of surveyed UAE organisations have paid a ransom in response to a ransomware attack According to a new research from YouGov, commissioned by Palo Alto Networks, 62% of organisations surveyed in the UAE who had fallen victim to a ransomware attack have paid a ransom in the past two years. In addition, 59% of respondents confirmed cyberattacks within their organisations in the past 12 months. “Over the last two years, there has been a surge in ransomware attacks […]

Ransomware payments makes new record in 2021

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Ransomware payments hit new records in 2021 as cybercriminals increasingly turned to Dark Web “leak sites” where they pressured victims to pay up by threatening to release sensitive data, according to research released today from Unit 42 by Palo Alto Networks.

Why focus on IoT security?

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Greg Day, VP and Chief Security Officer, EMEA, at Palo Alto Networks explains that from a doorbell to a fish tank to a nuclear reactor, IoT is overtaking everything as we enter the next stage of a connected world and the advent of 5G is only going to up this process, so securing IoT has to be our prime focus.
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