Google Cloud introduces intrusion detection security measures
Google's 'invisible security' plan is advancing after the company released several updates for its existing security services and introduced new ones. The announcement came during its Security Summit on Tuesday.
Sunil Potti, Google’s Veep and General Manager of Cloud Security, said in a blog p...
‘Palo Alto Networks currently market leader, beats Cisco’
Palo Alto Networks is the current market leader in the field of network security and beats its competitor Cisco, according to a study by Analysys Mason.
Palo Alto Networks achieved a revenue of 869 million dollars (749 million euros) in the first quarter of this year. This revenue is mainly gene...
Former Palo Alto worker prosecuted for insider trading
A former network administrator of cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks, as well as four of his friends, are being prosecuted for three years of insider trading.
The man allegedly has abused his access to crucial systems to acquire insider information, The New York Times reports. He passed th...
“Almost three quarters of new domain names are harmful.
A study by Palo Alto Networks shows that Newly Registered Domains (NRDs) are used with malicious intent or are 'not safe for work' (NSFW) in 70 percent of the cases. The company will report this in a report on Tuesday.
Palo Alto reports that this is almost ten times as much as the malicious domai...
Palo Alto Networks: defending against machines, with machines
Classic hackers with hoodies that attack companies or
organizations are a thing of the past. Today, cyberattacks are increasingly
automated by machines. According to the American security company Palo Alto
Networks, companies and organizations should leave the fight against these
Bit.ly, BlogSpot and Pastebin used to spread malware
Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 security researchers have discovered that the Aggah campaign uses Bit.ly, BlogSpot, and Pastebin to spread variants of the RevengeRAT malware. RevengeRAT is a remote access tool.
According to the researchers, the Aggah campaign started with an e-mail that was sent on 27 Ma...