A Unified Approach to Detection and Response Across Network, Endpoint and Cloud
Detection and response has yet to reach its full potential where it can be central to security operations and be useful for any threat type, not just endpoint related attacks. Join us as we walk through how Traps advanced endpoint protection and Secdo, the latest acquisition by Palo Alto Networks, apply a prevention-first strategy, reduce the opportunity for attack, and enable any security analyst to rapidly determine root cause and business impact of even the most complicated of attacks.
Mitchell Bezzina, Dir, Product Marketing, Palo Alto Networks
Best Practices for Centralized Firewall Management Using Panorama
Whether it's a handful or hundreds of firewalls, Panorama can help you maintain their security effectiveness and performance. This session will cover best practices for maintaining centralized configurations, tracking changes, and streamlining workflows using Panorama. We will also provide an overview of Panorama 8.1 features such as Rule Usage Analysis, Reusability of Templates, and Device Performance Metrics, which will help network practitioners to simplify operations and adopt next-generation security with confidence.
Saurabh Pradhan, Sr Product Manager, Palo Alto Networks
Product Update: Protecting Government Workloads on AWS, Azure and Google Cloud
Whether your organization is deploying workloads and data in the standard or government specific regions, security remains of paramount concern. Each of the major cloud providers will emphasize that security is a shared responsibility – they protect the infrastructure, you protect your apps and data and that is where Palo Alto Networks can help. In this session, Jigar Shah, Product Line Manager for Public Cloud will provide product updates on how we can securely accelerate your move to the cloud with consistent protection for cloud infrastructure (VM-Series), platform (Evident) and workloads (Traps). These security capabilities can be integrated into your cloud app development lifecycle making cloud security frictionless for the development and security teams.
Jigar Shah, Product Line Manager, Palo Alto Networks
Securing your Private Cloud: Lessons Learned from Real-World Customer Deployments
Over the last five years, we have seen many organizations take the challenging journey to secure their private clouds. The choice of software-defined data center infrastructure (VMware NSX, Cisco ACI et al) and varied security deployment models available within them, requires planning, to help achieve an effective security design within your private cloud. We discuss them in detail and provide real-world examples of how organizations are leveraging software-defined networking and Palo Alto Networks firewalls to operationalize security within your private cloud.
Jaimin Patel, Sr Product Manager, Palo Alto Networks
WildFire and Threat Prevention: An Update on a Threat Approach to Stopping the Adversary
In this session you'll learn in depth about the technical inter-workings of features released over the last year from WildFire, Threat Prevention and URL Filtering services. You will also learn more about the future of WildFire support for US government customers.
This talk will focus on:
- How a Threat researcher approaches the problem of detecting and preventing the most common to the most evasive techniques observed in cybersecurity
- New attack trends found with the extension of Wildfire to support Linux servers and IOT devices
- Why SMB protocol support and advances in network pattern matching are enabling prevention in more areas of the network
- Update on the WildFire cloud built to support US Government customers
Garrett Hamilton, Product Line Manager, Palo Alto Networks
Win the Cyberwar with Zero Trust
Zero Trust is revolutionizing network security architecture: it is data-centric and designed to stop data breaches. Zero Trust also adds a layer of agility to modern networks that is impossible to do in traditional network designs. These 21st century networks have been adopted by government entities and large enterprises around the world. In this session, John will discuss the concept of Zero Trust and explain why Zero Trust is the world's only true cybersecurity strategy. He will show show a Zero Trust Strategy will achieve tactical and operational goals. This session will demonstrate how Zero Trust will not only transform network security but function as a business enabler, by focusing on the businesses grand strategic objectives.
John Kindervag, Field CTO, Palo Alto Networks