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  • How to Select the Best EDR in the market
    How to Select the Best EDR in the market
    Mitchell Bezzina, Dir, PMM. SecOps Strategy & Scott Simkin, Director of Cortex Recorded: Jul 18 2019 60 mins
    Making a decision on endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools is complex. The MITRE ATT&CK framework is used to evaluate the efficacy and efficiency of the top EDR offerings available today.

    Understand where your current EDR tools stand as you learn from MITRE’s Round 1 evaluation, which tests multiple vendors across an extensive list of capabilities and techniques adversaries use in real-world attacks.

    Join us to hear from senior product research analysts,Mitchell Bezzina & Scott Simkin in this live webinar as they:
    · Explain the techniques used in the MITRE ATT&CK framework
    · Review test results, their implications and how they relate to evaluation considerations
    · Examine how an XDR approach yielded results that stand apart from legacy EDR offerings
    Watch the live webinar!
  • Prisma Public Cloud for Higher Education
    Prisma Public Cloud for Higher Education
    Christopher Fago, Technical Sales Manager, Prisma Public Cloud, Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Jul 17 2019 53 mins
    Prisma Public Cloud (formerly RedLock) helps public cloud adopters at Higher Education Institutions with advanced protection and consistent security across their Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform environments. Through our 100% API-based platform, we can quickly help you monitor for risky configurations, anomalous user activities, suspicious network traffic, and host vulnerabilities.

    During the webinar, we’ll cover how Prisma Public Cloud can help you achieve the following:
    ● Visibility
    ● Compliance Assurance
    ● Security Governance
    ● Anomaly Detection and Remediation
  • Securing Public Cloud Workloads
    Securing Public Cloud Workloads
    Charles Connolly, Sales Manager, Palo Alto Networks & Tom Mehok, Systems Engineer, Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Jul 17 2019 38 mins
    Palo Alto Networks® provides advanced protection for consistent security across all major clouds – Google® Cloud Platform (GCP), Amazon® Web Services (AWS), and Microsoft® Azure® – and our automation features minimize the friction of app development and security. You can protect and segment applications, deliver, continuous security and compliance, and achieve zero-day prevention.

    Join this webinar to learn how Prisma Public Cloud, and now part of Palo Alto Networks, can help you achieve the following:
    - Visibility
    - Compliance Assurance
    - Security Governance
    - Anomaly Detection and Remediation
  • Data Center Hybrid Cloud Overview
    Data Center Hybrid Cloud Overview
    Sam Rastogi, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Data Center Security Recorded: Jul 11 2019 51 mins
    Data is now everywhere. Application workloads are moving across multiple data centers as well as private, public and hybrid clouds. New trends in the data center and hybrid cloud IT help organizations deliver greater business opportunities, but introduce new risks.

    Watch this webinar and learn how to rethink your approach to security to better protect your data and workload in the data center and across multi-cloud environments.

    You will:
    •Hear about key trends, challenges, and Palo Alto Networks Data Center Security strategy
    •Get a security architecture overview and technology deep dive
    •Learn best practices and use cases to extend security everywhere across on-prem data centers, private clouds, and public clouds
    •Get your questions answered in our live Q&A
  • Protecting data in the cloud with Prisma SaaS
    Protecting data in the cloud with Prisma SaaS
    Chris Morosco, Product Marketing Director – Cloud Security, Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Jul 10 2019 53 mins
    SaaS applications have greatly enhanced workplace productivity and collaboration, while also saving IT money and resources. Businesses rely on apps like Office 365 and Google G Suite to store and share data across their remote locations and employees. However, without proper control and visibility, users can unknowingly expose the organization to data loss, loss of compliance and threats being let in.

    Learn how to discover the hidden risks and threats of SaaS applications by utilizing a cloud access security broker (CASB) such as Prisma SaaS to protect your data through visibility and protections that are consistent across all your SaaS applications.
  • Summer Series - Build Security In: Cloud Security at DevOps Speed
    Summer Series - Build Security In: Cloud Security at DevOps Speed
    Rick Collette, Cloud Architect at Palo Alto Networks; John Martinez, Director of Public Cloud R&D, Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Jul 5 2019 54 mins
    As DevSecOps adoption slowly goes mainstream among organizations, it is fundamentally changing the culture and collaboration semantics among security, development and operations teams.
    This webinar will explore whether SecOps and DevOps have been effective in fostering collaboration to align their different goals into a single effort or have they slipped into implementing primitive security models of the past. Is the union of DevOps and SecOps on rocky ground and in need of marriage counseling, or are they copacetic? In this webinar, we’ll explore the needs of DevOps, Security and IT and five principles that will help you move at the speed of cloud together without creating gaps in your security posture.
  • Summer Series - Cloud Native Security: What’s Missing?
    Summer Series - Cloud Native Security: What’s Missing?
    Speaker: Tim Prendergast, Chief Cloud Officer at Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Jul 5 2019 42 mins
    As organizations adopt public cloud to accelerate development and reduce reliance on traditional datacenters, risk management remains a top concern. It’s well understood that legacy security tools designed for the datacenter cannot adapt to the distributed, dynamic nature of cloud environments, but what about the security tools offered by the cloud providers? Can they offer the visibility and control needed to effectively manage risk and mitigate vulnerabilities? We take a deep dive into native cloud security to see how these tools work and uncover if they can effectively support the differing security requirements across SecOps, DevOps, and compliance teams.
  • Summer Series: Key Requirements to Secure Your Move to the Cloud
    Summer Series: Key Requirements to Secure Your Move to the Cloud
    Matt Chiodi, Jon Oltsik Recorded: Jul 5 2019 60 mins
    When it comes to securing the cloud, there’s no shortage of security options to choose from, but most are designed to only address a small subset of security concerns, creating confusion and security “silos” that don’t work with each other in the end. Having thousands of data points about your cloud environments without correlation or context is not the solution to effectively respond to cloud threats. Organizations must be able to visualize and respond holistically.

    According to recent research from Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), 36% of organizations use between 24 to 49 different security products, however, many organizations are actively looking to replace point security tools with product suites that take a holistic approach to security, so that they can quickly and effectively scale with changing business needs.

    In this webinar, Palo Alto Networks CSO for Public Cloud, Matt Chiodi, will be joined by ESG analyst, Jon Oltsik, to discuss:
    - ESG survey findings and research results, including:
    - A clear desire for vendor and security technology consolidation
    - A growing need for security technology integration
    - Why legacy cloud security tools and approaches fail to meet changing needs
  • Summer Series: Extending Zero Trust to the Cloud
    Summer Series: Extending Zero Trust to the Cloud
    John Kindervag Recorded: Jul 5 2019 60 mins
    Zero Trust continues to gain traction as more and more enterprises adopt it to effectively segment their networks. As these enterprises have embraced the model, it’s evolved into a key strategic security initiative they’re using to prevent successful cyberattacks.


    That said, is Zero Trust merely a compelling theory, or is it a readily implementable and practical cybersecurity strategy?


    Watch this webinar as Palo Alto Networks expert and creator of Zero Trust, John Kindervag, discusses the few challenges and many benefits of extending a Zero Trust architecture to the public and private cloud.


    John is joined by Rob LaMagna-Reiter, CISO of First National Technology Solutions, to talk about successful Zero Trust cloud operations, business drivers and implementation strategy.


    You’ll learn:
    -Real-world business challenges and results
    -Key Zero Trust drivers and how to implement them
    -How to extend a Zero Trust architecture to the cloud
  • Summer Series: Securing Public Cloud Workloads
    Summer Series: Securing Public Cloud Workloads
    Danny Bailey, Business Development, Public Cloud Security, Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Jul 5 2019 31 mins
    Palo Alto Networks® provides advanced protection for consistent security across all major clouds – Google® Cloud Platform (GCP), Amazon® Web Services (AWS), and Microsoft® Azure® – and our automation features minimize the friction of app development and security. You can protect and segment applications, deliver, continuous security and compliance, and achieve zero-day prevention.

    Join this webinar to learn how Prisma Public Cloud (formerly RedLock), and now part of Palo Alto Networks, can help you achieve the following:
    -Visibility
    -Compliance Assurance
    -Security Governance
    -Anomaly Detection and Remediation

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