Prisma SASE updates strengthen prevention, detection and response
Palo Alto Networks expands Prisma SASE with new features for cyberattack detection and outage troubleshooting.
Palo Alto Networks is one of the world's largest security software vendors. The organization generated more than €4 billion in revenue in 2021. Prisma SASE is key to the offering.
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Vulnerability in Palo Alto Networks’ devices allows DDoS attacks
Palo Alto Networks warns of a major vulnerability in its PAN-OS operating system. The OS is included in the security provider's solutions.
Palo Alto Networks indicates that the vulnerability (CVE-2022-0028) is actively exploited and highly sensitive. The bug allows unauthenticated hackers to per... Read more
Palo Alto Networks launches Cloud NGFW, managed firewalls for AWS
Palo Alto Networks introduces Cloud Next-Generation Firewall Service for AWS (NGFW). You pay, pick an AWS cloud environment and set a policy. Palo Alto takes care of firewall deployment and management.
Cloud NGFW is a managed firewall service for private clouds in AWS. In practice, customers sp... Read more
Palo Alto Networks amps up security to address and counter threats faced in the supply chain
Palo Alto Networks announced new security offerings to tackle various supply chain risks.
The new “Prisma Cloud Supply Chain Security” offers an all-inclusive outlook of where likely misconfigurations or vulnerabilities lie in a company’s supply chain. It allows individuals to track and ad... Read more
Palo Alto Prisma SASE is now suitable for MSPs
Palo Alto Networks introduced an industry-leading update for Prisma SASE. Thanks to a new API gateway and a modified licensing model, MSPs can now use the platform to deploy SASE networks to customers.
SASE has taken off. The networking model combines two existing components: SD-WAN and modern s... Read more
Palo Alto Networks updates CASB for Prisma Access 3.0, SASE and firewalls
Palo Alto Networks announces that Prisma Access 3.0 includes a polished integration of the Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB). Palo Alto CASB recognizes the SaaS in an environment to monitor and secure the connection between SaaS and end users.
Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) is a modern an... Read more
Palo Alto Networks introduces Cortex XMDR Specialization
Palo Alto Networks is introducing Cortex eXtended Managed Detection and Response (XMDR) Specialization. This will allow Managed Security Services Providers (MSSP) to link the Cortex XDR product to their own services, making it easier to offer SOC services.
With the introduction of the Cortex eXt... Read more
Palo Alto Networks targets developers with Prisma Cloud 3.0
Palo Alto Networks announced Prisma Cloud 3.0 at its Ignite conference. The product aims to 'shift security left', a term used by the organization to describe bringing more security to developers. Prisma Cloud 3.0 should enable companies to use the cloud more securely and be less at risk.
One of... Read more
96% of third-party container apps have known vulnerabilities
Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 published a new report outlining how the software supply chain has come to be seen as a threat to cloud security. The research unit conducted a red team exercise, with a large SaaS provider signed up with Palo Alto Networks.
Within three days, the team found critical ... Read more
Palo Alto Networks is no longer looking for more large mergers and acquisitions
Palo Alto Networks is not planning to make any large acquisitions after spending $3.46 billion on 12 acquisitions since 2018.
According to Chairman and CEO Nikesh Arora, the Santa Clara, California-based security vendor has had to be more careful when checking out acquisition targets since it al... Read more