How to secure your business in a Multi-Cloud world

For many organizations, the cloud has become the sole route to market for new application deployment. It affords greater agility and scalability, higher performance, and faster access to innovative technologies, all of which help businesses maintain a competitive edge. As a result, data and applications now reside in a multitude of cloud environments, including private

Cloud security for a good night’s sleep

Despite the accelerated adoption of cloud and modern computing solutions, many organizations are still trying to get cloud security off the ground. However, with cybercriminals lurking about, the job and goal of IT security professionals remains consistent: protect your data from cyberthreats. In this eBook, you’ll learn how Palo Alto Networks and Microsoft Azure can

2018 NSS Labs advanced endpoint protection report

PALO ALTO NETWORKS RECEIVES A RECOMMENDED RATING FROM NSS LABS FOR ADVANCED ENDPOINT PROTECTION Nearly every attack relies on compromising an endpoint, and although most organizations have deployed endpoint protection, infections are still common. Palo Alto Networks® Traps™ advanced endpoint protection stands apart in its ability to protect endpoints from attacks that leverage malware, exploits

3 Requirements for secure Digital Transformation

The Future of Cybersecurity Is Integrated, Automated and Cloud-Delivered As data breaches continue to disrupt business in the increasingly cloud-driven world, it’s clear the traditional approach to cybersecurity doesn’t cut it. Securing digital transformation without slowing down the business requires a new school of cybersecurity thought. An integrated approach – harnessing the agility of the

The business-level value of Dell EMC PowerMax

It is now apparent that three specific technology advancements—non-volatile memory express (NVMe), NVMe over fabrics (NVMe-oF), and storage-class memory (SCM)—are transformative and will end up guiding the future of high-end data storage. Each of those technologies reduce I/O latency significantly. However, organizations working to transform their data centers shouldn’t regard performance as the only end