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  • Cloud NGFW: Best-in-Class Security, Unparalleled Simplicity on AWS

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Palo Alto Networks have introduced Cloud NGFW. Tap into this e-book to learn how to deploy next-generation protection quickly and easily.

  • Palo Alto Networks Video

    The advent of IoT has completely changed the nature of the modern network, and along with it, the nature of modern cybersecurity. Watch this video, in which Palo Alto looks at the importance of IoT security, and present their IoT security offering, which aims to empower your existing security.

  • How Palo Alto Networks Iot Security Achieves 70X Time Savings Protecting Iot Devices In The Enterprise

    The widespread digital transformation has given rise to the internet of things (IoT). With so many devices in play, endpoint security is of the utmost importance, with little to no room for error. This data sheet looks at how Palo Alto aims to solve the IoT problem. Access the full data sheet to learn how you could secure your IoT network.

  • Security Orchestration For Dummies

    Security refers to the integration of security tools, unifying intelligence and automating tasks, resulting is a more effective security operations center that better detects and responds to threats. Dive into this e-book to start your security orchestration journey today.


    Between DoS attacks, ransomware as a service (RaaS), and double-extortion, hackers are becoming more resourceful with their ransomware campaigns. This report looks at the state of ransomware, analyzing how the landscape has evolved in recent years, and what strategies and opportunities there are for overcoming it. Read on to learn more.

  • Obtaining Best-in-Class Network Security with Cloud Ease of Use

    According to Gartner, by 2025, 95% of new digital workloads will be on cloud-native platforms. With organization’s moving rapidly to the cloud there is a fresh demand for modern cybersecurity. Read this product overview to learn about Palo Alto’s Cloud Next Generation Firewall (NGFW), an offering designed to meet today’s cloud-centric demands.

  • Best Practices for Cloud Development Security

    Cloud-native development is on the rise. According to a recent report, the global number of cloud-native developers grew to nearly 7 million last year. This infographic provides you with 5 key best practices for cloud security. Read the full infographic to learn more.

  • See what Cloud NGFW for AWS can do for you

    With more businesses migrating to the cloud, ensuring cloud security is crucial for IT teams. To enable enterprises with strong cloud security, Palo Alto Networks developed Cloud NGFW for AWS. Explore this landing page to access an interactive tour of the service and to learn 4 capabilities that Cloud NGFW for AWS provides.

  • 2022 Unit 42 Ransomware Threat Report Webinar

    With ransomware continuing to compromise businesses, it has become apparent that security teams must equip themselves with the right information to combat the persistent threat. To help these teams do so, Unit 42 conducted its 2022 Ransomware Threat Report. Watch this webcast to explore the report’s methods, key findings and recommendations.

  • Autonomous ( A DEM) Digital Experience Management Across the Organization

    Digital transformations to highly distributed environments and to hybrid work models can result in challenges related to security and user experience. To address these challenges, Palo Alto Networks developed Autonomous Digital Experience Management (ADEM) for Prisma SASE. Read this ESG report to learn about 5 of the service’s capabilities.

  • Cortex XSOAR SOC Automation Tour

    Learn how a modern SOC solution like Cortex XSOAR SOC leverages automation to offer threat hunting, monitoring and incident response services in this webinar.

  • Cortex XDR: Outwit. Outmaneuver. Outmatch.

    With recent reports showing $2.2 million as the average ransom demanded by ransomware attackers, organizations need to defend themselves to avoid financial devastation. This webcast looks at dealing with the danger of ransomware, going through a 3-pronged approach to give you the information you need. Watch now to learn more.

  • Value of Attack Surface Management

    With security teams continuing to combat an increasing number of threats to attack surfaces, it has become crucial for those teams to reflect on their own attack surface management (ASM) and to learn about best practices. This webcast discusses the Cortex Xpanse 2022 ASM Threat Report. Watch to unlock the report’s key findings.

  • The Essential Guide to XDR

    Extended detection and response (XDR) is one of the main solutions cybersecurity professionals have turned to deal with the rise in cyberthreats. Read on for a comprehensive breakdown of XDR, what it is, how it works, and what you can do to get the most out of your XDR tools.

  • 2022 Attack Surface Threat Report Webinar

    In the wake of the digital transformation organizations have found themselves with exponentially more data and digital assets. Due to this, the attack surface has expanded drastically. In this webcast, a panel of well-reputed experts analyze the current state of attack surface management. Watch the full webcast now to learn more.

  • A Vulnerability Manager’s Guide to Attack Surface Management

    The shift to remote work has forced organizations into deploying more digital infrastructure than ever before, rapidly increasing the attack surface. This guide looks at attack surface management (ASM) from the viewpoint of vulnerability

  • A SOC Guide to Attack Surface Management

    Teams inside security operation centers (SOCs) are facing a larger and more complex threat landscape than ever before, and in order to combat these challenges, may have implemented an attack surface management (ASM) solution. This white paper gives a brief overview of what ASM is, how it works, and why SOCs are choosing it. Read now to learn more.

  • Value Drivers for an ASM Program

    Today’s organizations possess Internet-facing attack surfaces, filled with thousands of assets. Due to this growth in complexity, traditional attack surface management platforms (ASMs) are no longer sufficient. In this white paper, ESG analyze the demands of a modern-day attack surface and what is needed in an ASM offering. Read on to learn more.


    The digital transformation, as well as the growing sophistication of cyberattacks have made cybersecurity a key concern for everyone in every part of a company. In this report, analysts investigate cyber-incidents from across the previous year, combining various metrics to provide insight into the modern threat landscape. Read on to learn more.

  • 2022 Incident Response Report Webinar

    Join the Palo Alto and Unit 42 incident response team as they discuss 2022’s common weak security points and offer a 3-step action plan in this webinar.

  • Find And Cover Your Assets With Attack Surface Management

    As the increasing complexity of IT environments continues to challenge security professionals, attack surface management (ASM) has emerged as a solution worth considering. Read Forrester’s report to understand the current ASM market and to access Forrester’s 3 recommendations.

  • Hybrid Work Drives the Need for ZTNA 2.0

    The advent of hybrid work has completely changed the cybersecurity landscape. ZTNA 2.0 presents a type of security designed to meet the threats brought on by the transition to hybrid work by monitoring and enforcing a strict access of an organization’s network. Download this analyst report to learn more.

  • GigaOm Radar for Attack Surface Management

    To address the challenges presented by the dynamic nature of attack surfaces, attack surface management (ASM) can serve as a valuable tool for organizations. Read this report to compare 9 ASM solutions and to learn how each solution fares in 2 specific market segments: small enterprise, and mid-market and large enterprise.

  • ESG White Paper on Prisma SD WAN Bandwidth

    ESG research shows that 95% of organizations currently use public cloud services. As organizations continue to increase their use of the public cloud, bandwidth has been stretched thin. Access the full report to learn about how SD-WAN offerings, such as Palo Alto’s Prisma can help ease the bandwidth demand.

  • Zero Trust Network Access For Dummies

    The rise of sophisticated cyberattacks has resulted in many businesses adopting Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solutions, some which are ZTNA 1.0 and some ZTNA 2.0. Explore this e-book to learn how ZTNA 2.0 solutions have emerged to usher in secure access for today’s new norm: remote work.

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