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  • Achieving Zero Trust for Medical IoT Devices

    Though the adoption of IoT devices has revolutionized healthcare, it has also increased healthcare organizations’ exposure to cyberthreats. So, how can these organizations secure their IoT devices? Dig into this white paper to learn how Zero Trust can help.

  • The Power of Next-Generation SD-WAN with App-Defined Fabric

    What is application awareness, why is it important, and how does it relate to SD-WAN? To unlock answers to these questions and others, check out this brief white paper.

  • Detect and Block Advanced Threats. Faster.

    Modern cyberattacks are not only growing in volume, but in sophistication too. Organizations are facing threats across the network, the cloud, and even SaaS environments. Because of this, security teams must keep pace with the constantly evolving threat landscape. It’s easier now than ever before. Read on to find out why.

  • Prisma Cloud for Federal

    The federal government continues to migrate to the cloud to keep pace with modern technology advancements and evolving threats. Discover why the U.S. chose Prisma Cloud to secure its cloud environment along the way and what the modern solution can do for its users today in this resource.

  • Frost Radar™: Cloud Workload Protection Platforms,2023

    The adoption of cloud workload protection platforms (CWPPs) is rapidly increasing as more organizations migrate their workloads to the cloud, embrace cloud-native technologies, and accelerate cloud IaaS spending growth. Explore the key capabilities of CWPP solutions and the top vendors in the market today in this analyst report.

  • Achieve Zero Trust for Enterprise IoT Devices

    As IoT devices proliferate, how can businesses secure them? One approach is to leverage Zero Trust. Though, Zero Trust for IoT devices can pose certain challenges. Dig into this 10-page e-book to discover four obstacles and how to overcome them.

  • Market Guide For Cloud-Native Application Protection Platforms

    Cloud-native application protection platforms (CNAPPs) are built to address the full life cycle protection requirements of cloud-native applications, bringing together multiple security capabilities into a single platform. Use this Gartner research report to analyze and evaluate emerging CNAPP offerings.

  • IDC MarketScape Recognizes Palo Alto Networks as an NESaaS Leader

    Network edge security as a service (NESaaS): What is it, and what should you know about the NESaaS market? Find answers in this 2023 IDC MarketScape report.

  • IDC MarketScape Recognizes Palo Alto Networks as a ZTNA Leader

    To unlock advice for evaluating the Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) market, and to learn about a leading vendor in the landscape, dig into this 2023 IDC MarketScape report.

  • IoT Security in Retail

    By 2030, IoT technology in retail is expected to increase to $297 billion, according to a 2023 report by Grand View Research. So, what is driving that massive adoption, and how can retail organizations ensure strong IoT security? Find answers in this 24-page e-book.

  • Why Next-Gen SD-WAN Is the Solution for You

    To learn how a next-generation SD-WAN product can deliver an ROI of 243%, check out this 13-page overview.

  • SD-WAN for IoT: Securing Devices in Branch

    Deploying an IoT environment comes with risks; because of this, many organizations are working to level up their network security. One way to accomplish that mission is by leveraging SD-WAN with integrated IoT security. To learn more, dig into this white paper by TechTarget’s Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG).

  • The Data's in: Prisma Access Crushes Zscaler + Cisco

    To find out how three SASE products – Cisco Umbrella, Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access Enterprise and Zscaler Internet Access – stack up against each other, read this 20-page report by AV Comparatives.

  • Medical IoT Security RFI Checklist

    Despite the many solutions on the market, organizations big and small struggle to find the right Internet of Things (IoT) security tool for their specific organizational needs. This Request for Information (RFI) checklist documents must-have IoT security features and capabilities to look for before committing to an IoT security tool.

  • Defend Your Business Against Web-Based Threats

    Hybrid work and SaaS tools are proving to be good for both employees and businesses – but even better for cybercriminals. This 31-page eBook examines the state of web security threats today, the shortcomings of traditional security strategies, and what you can do to detect and mitigate increasingly sophisticated threats.

  • The Healthcare CISO’s Medical IoT Security Guide

    Over the past few years, the healthcare industry has seen a surge in the use of connected medical devices. However, the more devices a healthcare organization deploys and connects, the bigger their attack surface becomes, putting confidential health data at risk. Read on to learn how to overcome the risk exposure of medical IoT devices.

  • 2022 Gartner Market Guide for Operational Technology Security

    As the operational technology (OT) security market evolves, so must your understanding of it. To deepen your understanding of the market direction and the typical security journey, dig into this Gartner report.

  • The Only Vendor to Be Recognized as a Leader in SD-WAN, SSE and Single-Vendor SASE

    To compare 14 top SD-WAN vendors – including Fortinet, Palo Alto Networks and VMware – take a look through this Gartner Magic Quadrant report.

  • The Only Leader in Single-Vendor SASE. Period.

    By 2026, according to Gartner, 60% of new SD-WAN purchases will be part of a single-vendor SASE offering, compared to 15% in 2023. You may have some questions: What are key capabilities in a single-vendor SASE offering? Which vendors lead the market? To unlock answers, explore this Gartner Magic Quadrant report, which compares eight top providers.

  • Unit 42 Attack Surface Threat Report

    Software as a service (SaaS) deployments and cloud migration initiatives have fueled a dramatic increase in infrastructure, too rapid to be accurately understood. To put these trends into context and provide actionable intelligence, Unit 42 analyzed several petabytes of public internet data. Download this report to unlock all their key findings.

  • Cloud Discovery and Exposure Management

    How can organizations discover shadow cloud workloads and eliminate the risk they pose? Learn how to examine your cloud environment the way adversaries do and manage your exposure properly in this white paper.

  • Secrets Scanning Checklist

    Hardcoding secrets enables developers to seamlessly access or authenticate the services needed to build and deploy applications. But those secrets, if not stored securely, present a huge risk. This checklist presents 6 key criteria that you should use when evaluating a potential secrets-scanning solution. Download now to learn more.


    The cloud-native security landscape is constantly changing. To equip security teams with the resources they need, it’s necessary to understand the challenges they face, the solutions they use, and the effectiveness of solutions in helping them meet their responsibilities. Download this report for an overview of the state of cloud security.

  • Cloud Security & Compliance For Dummies

    The traditional security perimeter has disappeared, leading to acceleration and innovation in the technologies and methods developed by both hackers and security professionals. Download this Cloud Security & Compliance for Dummies e-book to learn more about the modern cloud security landscape, and how you can protect your organization.

  • CI/CD Security Risks

    Pipelines open new attack surfaces if not secured properly. In this 42-page eBook, learn key strategies to lock down your CI/CD environments and processes to avoid data breaches, compromised infrastructure, and failed audits.

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