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As the next-generation security company, we are leading a new era in cybersecurity by safely enabling all applications and preventing advanced threats from achieving their objectives for government agencies and educational institutions around the world. We are the fastest growing security company in the market because of our deep expertise, commitment to innovation, and game-changing security platform focused on bringing an end to the era of breaches by uniquely integrating our Next-Generation Firewall, Advanced Endpoint Protection, and Threat Intelligence Cloud.

Because these capabilities are natively built into our platform and designed to deliver highly automated preventative measures against cyber-threats. We ensure superior security to legacy point technologies such as stateful inspection firewalls, UTMs, or endpoint security products.  With our platform, organizations can confidently pursue a digital-first strategy as they implement key technology initiatives or mandates within the cloud and mobile networks, while maintaining complete visibility and control, to protect their most valued data assets and critical control systems.

On March 16 & 17, join Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 Threat Research team to learn about Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities, countermeasures, and offerings.
Palo Alto Networks' State & Local Government & Education team is looking for a District Sales Manager to lead our District covering CA, OR, WA, ID, WY, & MT.
In our extensive work with security teams around the world, we’ve seen the best and the worst security operations (SecOps) practices. Despite a wide range of cybersecurity strategies and investment levels, we’ve found that most enterprise security programs have lots of room for improvement to better prevent, identify, investigate and mitigate threats with speed and confidence. Even mature Security Operations Centers (SOCs) commonly struggle with alert fatigue, staffing turnover, and complicated manual processes, all of which take away valuable time that they could be spending on investigations and process optimization.
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Dec. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Google Cloud and Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW), the global cybersecurity leader, today announced new solutions to help customers stay secure. Together, the companies will collaborate to bring new offerings to market and to run several Palo Alto Networks services on Google Cloud, combining the expertise of each company in cloud computing and cybersecurity.
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One-day technical education event for security professionals that includes peer conversations, hands-on educational sessions, and networking opportunities.
We will set the base for a holistic approach to turn the challenges of cybersecurity in K-12 education into opportunity and success.
Find out how Palo Alto Networks E-rate eligible products and services can help, Register today!
Hosted by Salim Ismail, best-selling author, futurist and technology entrepreneur, THE EPIC CLOUD SECURITY EVENT will feature A-list cloud experts and our own chief product officer, Lee Klarich.
Given the extensive impact to organizations around the globe with the recent WanaCrypt0r ransomware attacks, we wanted to share some steps that you can take to protect your organization against WanaCrypt0r ransomware and defend your systems against future attacks.
Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Network Firewalls has been released, and Palo Alto Networks is proud to be positioned in the Leaders quadrant for the fifth straight year. We’re thrilled that Gartner researchers continue to highlight both our ability to execute and the completeness of our vision. Once again, we are one of only two vendors distinguished as Leaders in this space.
Forrester tested 11 automated malware analysis providers to show how each provider helps security and risk professionals. Security solutions were ranked on how well they inspected traffic and the methods used to automatically detect malware.
Attackers have traditionally profited by stealing identities or credit card numbers, and then selling them on underground markets. According to the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, the price for stolen records has fallen, so cyber attackers are on the hunt for new ways to make a profit.
Palo Alto Networks partnered with the New York Stock Exchange to bring together a collection of experts and leaders to strengthen cybersecurity at the senior leadership level.
Your business relies on a Microsoft infrastructure that stretches from your network to the cloud to endpoints located around the world. In many ways, the success of your business relies on how secure your Microsoft infrastructure is.