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Traps 導入事例

  各種業界における大規模および小規模の会社で稼働しているTrapsの事例をご紹介します。 事例URLからPDF版を参照ください。     組織 業種 事例URLとPDF 学校法人東洋大学 教育  こちら Perez-Llorca Legal こちら Entsorgung Recycling Zurich (ERZ) Waste Management こちら Zurich Zoo Education こちら VakıfBank Banking こちら Schauinsland-Reisen Travel and Entertainment こちら CBI Health Group Healthcare こちら CAME Group Manufacturing こちら Murrumbidgee Irrigation Utilities こちら Domain Group Media こちら

tmuroi,
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How to Update Your CloudFormation Deployment Without Relaunching Your Cloud

After deploying your cloud formation template, you may find that some of your settings need to be tuned to better reflect your production resource requirements. When an adjustment is needed, there is a straight forward way to accomplish this with minimal to no impact to productity. In this article, we

jperry1,
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LiveWeek 13 Oct 2017

NEW URL FILTERING CATEGORY: COMMAND-AND-CONTROL (C2) Be ready, Freddy, and be sure the category is recognized by PAN-DB A new category has been added to URL Filtering. This new category, 'command-and-control,' further refines the malware category. With C2, Palo Alto Networks breaks out specifics within malware. Here's a selected FAQ from our list about the

editeur,
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Channel Scoop: October 13, 2017

Dig into this week's NextWave Partner Channel Scoop.

Lang Tibbils,
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The Business of AI and Machine Learning

There seems to be a lot of confusion around the meanings of “artificial intelligence” and “machine learning” by the general populace, the Silicon Valley community, and company leadership teams around the world. I thought it might be worth trying to provide some clarity about the difference between the two ideas, explain how they emerged in modern culture, and outline how directors...

Rick Howard,
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Influence Our Future: Join the Behavioral Analytics Beta

Influence the future of security innovation. Join Palo Alto Networks Behavioral Analytics beta program.

Kasey Cross,
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Come meet the Live Community team at the Spark User Summit Frankfurt

If you havent' heard about the Fuel User group, check out their page here: https://www.fuelusergroup.org/ They bring people (customers, partners, Palo Alto Networks employees and simply people who are interested) together in local chapters and organize networking events and Spark User Summits with guest speakers.   Fuel is organizing another Spark

reaper,
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Server management cannot be restarted

I cannot login to the web GUI, I receve error "Timed out while getting config lock. Please try again. ". I saw that it has to do with overloaded server managment plane so i tryed to restart it form CLI, ussing the comnad  "debug software restart process management-server". The problem is

Lutrija_Srbije,
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How to change a miner timeout

Hi all,   A simple question, I hope.  How do I change the default timeout for a certain miner - panos syslog miner in may case. I'd like to change the timeout to be 30 days, rather then an hour or so that seems to be set now.  I could not

LucaMarchiori,
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Australia’s International Cyber Engagement Strategy Launched

Australia’s first International Cyber Engagement Strategy establishes Australia’s international cyber affairs agenda, with a vision of Australia’s interests and objectives in cyberspace over the next three years. Launched in Sydney on October 4, by The Hon Julie Bishop MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Dr. Tobias Feakin, Australian Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, the announcement was followed by a panel session featuring David...

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Want to Present at Ignite 2018? Call for Papers Is Open!

Palo Alto Networks Ignite 2018 Call for Papers is now open! We're currently accepting submissions from those who want to present at Ignite 2018 in Anaheim, California.

Anna Lough,
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No Room for Cybercriminals on Your Board

As a board member, what steps are you taking to safeguard sensitive information and ensure data privacy?

Justin Hall,
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Traps Prevents Kernel APC Attacks

Learn why kernel APC attack techniques are no match for Traps Advanced Endpoint protection.

Eila Shargh,
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How to create custom application for ALG apps

Symptoms After matching a custom application, the Palo Alto Networks firewall cannot create predict the session by ALG, which might result in  'file transfer failed on ftp data connection.' Diagnosis If you do not check "Continue scanning for other Applications" on a custom application, the Palo Alto Networks firewall will stop L7 scan

tsakurai,
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Fuel up with other users! Join a local user group!

Communities are all about sharing information and knowledge.  Live Community is here 24x7x365, it is your online user community to find, learn and connect.     Life is busy and it is very good to have a powerful online resource, but sometimes, the opportunity to meet up and connect face-to-face

carnould,
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Securing Diversity in Cybersecurity

Last month, Palo Alto Networks collaborated with the New America Foundation’s Cybersecurity Initiative to develop a panel session focused on discussing the cybersecurity workforce gap by building an inclusive and diverse pipeline of talent. The event, hosted at New America’s headquarters in D.C., was aimed at students and recent graduates looking for ways to break into the cybersecurity field as well as...

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From Cyber Czar to Risk Officer: The CISO’s Next Evolution

Over the last several years, the role of the chief information security officer (CISO) has undergone a critical transformation from technical guru to core member of anorganization’s senior leadership team. But in highly regulated, complex industries such as financial services and healthcare that harbor large amounts of personal information, the role is undergoing a further evolution as sensitive data takes...

Kal Bittianda,
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Is Communications Planning Part of Your Incident Response Plan?

When news breaks of a possible data breach in a major organization, we find that journalists, investors, customers, supply chain partners, and sometimes even Congress, press the leadership and PR team at the company for quick answers. Their common questions include: How did this happen? Did the attacker access sensitive data, like personally identifiable information (PII)? If so, how many...

Edward M. Stroz,
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Going for the Gold in Cybersecurity: Key Takeaways from the 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration

Going for gold in Cybersecurity: Mihoko Matsubara shares her takeaways from the 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration.

Mihoko Matsubara,
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When a Breach Hits, the Best Defense Is a Good Offense

Organizations spend a lot of time, resources, and money on avoiding cyber breaches. Some organizations even go as far as hiring experts for testing and penetrating company systems to provide assurances of breach mitigation. However, breaches do occur, and companies need to spend as much time thinking about breach avoidance today as they do planning for the time when a...

Paul Calatayud,
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Key Considerations for a Security Operations Center

Organizations are quickly recognizing the need to detect and respond to a variety of threats; simply blocking threats isn’t enough. The Security Operations Center (SOC) is the organization’s first line of defense against all forms of threats and will handle any suspected malicious activity. A well-designed and maintained SOC will focus on gaining efficiencies though continuous analyst training and mentoring,...

Bill Stewart,
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The Dog Days Of Cybersecurity Are Over

I’ve been the red-headed step child for most of my career. Sure, I’ve had my fair share of success in persuading clients and customers to my way of thinking, but where it was once an uphill battle wrought with indifference, the path is now smooth and full of alert, concerned coworkers. I’ve been saying it for years: “Cybersecurity sells itself.”...

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Join the Palo Alto Networks Certification Community

Join the Palo Alto Networks Certification Community to participate in PCNSE workshops and more!

Kerry Matre,
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Alan Turing: Father of the Computer Age

In his short life (1912–1954), Alan Turing accomplished so much, and pushed the boundaries of what we would, today, call the “computer age.” His “minor” accomplishments notwithstanding, he is responsible for three paradigm-creating events in our world history: inventing the Universal Turing Machine; leading the code-breaking efforts at Bletchley Park during World War II; and devising the Turing Test, a test...

Rick Howard,
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3 Steps to Strengthening Security Through Workforce Development

Hiring and retaining talented cyber security personnel is a perennial challenge for most organizations. There’s a major crisis in cyber talent and, even if an organization recruits top cyber professionals, there is no guarantee it can retain them. Workforce development can be an important tool in ensuring that the organization has the right people and processes in place when it...

Security Roundtable Staff,
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It’s Time To Move Beyond Passwords—Even StR0n& Ones

According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, the man who literally wrote the book on password management, Bill Burr, admitted that the password as primary protection is no longer valid. Burr was the author of a 2003 report that recommended using numbers, obscure characters, and capital letters, along with regular updating, for inreased security. Now, according to...

Sean Duca,
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Simplify CIPA Compliance with Palo Alto Networks

Read this brief for a concise summary of how Palo Alto Networks helps schools and libraries meet or exceed CIPA requirements while protecting students and users from unscrupulous internet criminals.

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SaaS security for Automotive

Read this use case to discover how advanced endpoint protection improves efficiency and security with an automated approach to threat prevention, while improving end user experiences, be they staff or students.

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China has Unveiled the World’s First ‘Unhackable Computer Network’

China has successfully tested the Jinan Project, and is set to begin using the system by the end of August. This marks a world milestone in the development of quantum technology, and identifies China as one of the world leaders in the field. By the end of August, China plans to rollout the Jinan Project — the world’s first unhackable...

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Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 Vulnerability Research September and October 2017 Disclosures

Palo Alto Networks researcher discovers four new critical vulnerabilities.

Christopher Budd,
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