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New Sofacy attacks against US government agency
Recently, Unit 42 identified a spear phishing e-mail from the Sofacy group that targeted the United States government - here is a rundown.
Palo Alto Networks continues winning streak
Palo Alto has been named a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant report, just as the vendor announced strong third quarter financial results.
How to prevent security breaches when patching is not an option
Palo Alto Networks is warning businesses that rely too much on software patches, saying they could fall victim to ‘zero day’ vulnerabilities.
Ransomware is not a "malware problem" - it's a criminal business model
Today Unit 42 published its latest paper on ransomware. It has quickly become one of the greatest cyberthreats facing organisations around the world.
IoT bringing more security concerns, says expert
The rise of the Internet of Things across industries is bringing with it a new wave of security concerns, and business need to be aware.
Governments vulnerable to attack, says Palo Alto Networks
Government departments are an attractive target for malicious hackers and criminals, making them vulnerable to attack.
Ransomware: Locky, TeslaCrypt and other malware families use new tool to evade detection
Recently, Palo Alto Networks identified slight changes in Locky detonations through the AutoFocus threat intelligence service.
New ANZ boss for Palo Alto Networks
Palo Alto Networks has appointed a new ANZ boss, with Simon Green taking up the role vacated by Armando Dacal's promotion to a regional role.
Palo Alto seeks 'security innovators' with partner program upgrade
Palo Alto Networks has updated its NextWave Channel Partner Program in a move designed to further enable partners to be ‘next-gen security innovators'
Palo Alto inks Southern Cross Hospitals security contract
Southern Cross Hospitals will implement Palo Alto Networks Next Generation Security Platform across its network in New Zealand.
What's the latest weapon in the fight against malware?
Palo Alto Networks embarked on a research project using known malicious servers to discover whether cookies can help understand malware identity.
Palo Alto Networks hits new record for revenue growth
"We reported strong fiscal second quarter results across all metrics, including record revenue of $334.7 million, which increased 54% year-over-year."
Mobility workforce a security headache
Businesses need to rethink how they are protecting company information transmitted between remote employees in the wake of the mobile workforce.
Palo Alto vendor of choice as Aussie company amps up expansion plans
SunRice has chosen Palo Alto Networks' Next-Generation Security Platform to support expansion, increase security, and consolidate IT infrastructure.
Behind the scenes of cyber crime
“Understanding the costs, motivations, payouts, and finding ways to flip the cost scenario will be instrumental in reducing the number of breaches."
Next-gen security comes to OpenStack cloud in Mirantis, Palo Alto deal
Mirantis and Palo Alto Networks have partnered on a virtual network function solution they say brings next-generation security to the OpenStack cloud.
Malicious cyber attack method resurfaces, targets mobile devices
“Cyber security teams must realise, just because an attack technique is well-known, that doesn’t mean it’s no longer a threat."
New Backstab cyberattack targeting iOS devices
The BackStab attacks see cyber criminals use malware to remotely infiltrate computers, with iOS devices particularly vulnerable.
Aussie approach to cyber security outdated
Australia is ill-equipped to manage cyber security threats and is in desperate need of a new generation of cyber security professionals.
Palo Alto Networks partners get turbo charged
Palo Alto Networks partners were given pointers to 'turbo charge' their sales and profitability at the vendor's Asia Pacific partner forum this week.
Collaboration key component of threat prevention
A crucial part of threat prevention is collaboration between businesses, and now more than ever it's necessary to build a cyber security ecosystem.
Explosion of SaaS applications in enterprise causing security concerns
The increase in SaaS adoption has the potential to introduce new security risks or allow unauthorised access to sensitive data.
Distribution Central takes out Palo Alto APAC distribution award
Distribution Central has been awarded Palo Alto Networks APAC Distribution Relationship of the Year for the second year running.
Cisco leads the way in growing security appliance market
Security appliance market continuing on its growth trajectory for the first half of 2015, with Cisco continuing to lead the market.