Advisory and viewpoints for leaders from the global leader in cybersecurity, Palo Alto Networks.
Securing applications can only be achieved with a platform approach where developers and security teams share the same single source of truth.
AI allows organizations to embrace digital transformation and customize platformization to visualize total infrastructure and manage security threats in real-time—meeting the potential challenges of 2024.
Advanced threats are often highly persistent and can rapidly pivot when encountering roadblocks. Keen insights uncover threat actors’ ability to perform deep reconnaissance to understand their targeted environments thoroughly. Learn more today.
Exposing Muddled Libra's meticulous tactics with Kristopher Russo & David Moulton.
It’s on everyone’s mind: How will AI benefit threat actors?
As I look at today’s threat environment and the steps we can take to protect our institutions and provide guidance for the next generation, I see three key areas of opportunity.
As organizations grapple with new cybersecurity challenges, the need for an efficient, effective, modern-day SOC is imperative.
Our industry has no choice but to embrace and leverage AI to fight constant threats if we are to stand any hope of defending our environments effectively.
Understanding the pros and cons of LLMs in the cloud is a step closer to optimized efficiency—but be mindful of security concerns along the way.
While securing OT systems can seem overwhelming…the task is not impossible. The power of attack surface management provides the technology needed to lock down assets in your organization.
Focus on these three disciplines to help your security and developer teams build modern, secure, and scalable engineering ecosystems in the cloud.
The cyber skills shortage is not going away anytime soon, despite the progress we are making as an industry to attract new talent. Per the latest “ISC2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study,” we added more than 460,000 warm bodies over the past y....
With CNAPPs, a single platform can protect applications at runtime while also integrating security into development workflows to identify and fix flaws early in the application lifecycle.
CISOs need a simplified approach to security solutions. The good news: cybersecurity platforms help solve the issue.
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