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The increasing challenge of securing the Internet of Things
"Massive numbers of devices means a myriad of ways to target an organisation."
Palo Alto Networks gains Gartner recognition for Enterprise Network Firewalls
"We believe this echoes the momentum we’ve been experiencing as enterprise organisations see the value of a truly next-generation security platform..."
Heartbleed bug: Businesses must act now...
To avoid severe impacts on enterprise servers, businesses must take action against the ‘Heartbleed’ bug, which is likely to be the single greatest vulnerability in history...
Palo Alto Networks continues Windows XP-based system support
"In other words, if you’re using Windows XP on a network protected by Palo Alto Networks, you’re covered..."
Distribution Central goes remote with Palo Alto Networks
Distribution Central has launched a remote install service for Palo Alto Networks partners who don't have their own in-house expertise or who require extra support.
Why security networks need to grow up...
The most fundamental change in the evolution of the information security ecosystem in response to the sophistication of cyber threats is the increased reliance on human investigation and manual incident response when an enterprise is faced with an advanced threat.
Top 13 Cyber Security predictions for 2014...
Cyber security is now a topic with implications for every major line of business and market segment.
Palo Alto Networks and VMware unite in cyber crime fight
Palo Alto Networks and VMware reveal new partnership, backed by a new jointly-developed solution.
How to fight back against business cyber threats in 2014…
Over the last 24 months, the ICT industry has seen an increase in the number of websites hacking globally, with hackers having motives ranging from political reasons to malicious intent of stealing critical data.
Palo Alto appoints DC as ANZ distributor
Distribution Central has been appointed a distributor for Palo Alto Networks, the network security company, across Australia and New Zealand.
Palo Alto Networks wants business and IT departments to be friends again
Next generation security vendor Palo Alto Networks is determined to help the rest of an organisation's business units to make friends with their IT department again.
Breakfast invitation to learn how to protect your network from today’s malware
Security brand Palo Alto Networks to hold two information sessions on Modern Malware in New Zealand starting early September.
Learn how to manage applications and threats
White hot security brand Palo Alto Networks and their New Zealand distributor are holding two free breakfast events in New Zealand in early September.
Palo Alto appoints second distributor
New distributor joins Renaissance in representing the brand in New Zealand
Exclusive: interview with Palo Alto CTO Nir Zuk
Former Check Point tech guru shares his thoughts on the future of network security.
Palo Alto Networks first NZ employee
Former solo operator puts company 'into hibernation' to focus on network security brand.
8 things you probably didn’t know about Palo Alto Networks
We've put together what we think are some interesting tid bits about Palo Alto Networks and their products.
Busy September for Renaissance
Distributor hosting a number of training and networking events this month.
More than Apple at Renaissance
Think Renaissance, and many of us think Apple. But the company is keen for resellers to know that it offers a whole lot more besides.
Imperva signs NZ partner
Katana Technologies has become the New Zealand partner for Imperva's portfolio of technologies.
Rielly unveils Katana Technologies
The former Chillisoft Security Consultant has stepped out on his own with a new value added distribution outfit.
Renaissance piles on Palo Alto Networking
Renaissance Brands have been appointed as the only New Zealand distributor for Palo Alto Networking bringing its advanced firewall technologies and products to local organisations.