Anyone reading this should know what PCNSE means (Hint: Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer Certification), but who has the time? Which is why the Palo Alto Networks Cert Fest was created. To read all about it, how many showed up and all of the nitty gritty details, please click to read.
Organizations with industrial control systems (ICS) have been on a path to secure the border between IT (corporate network) and OT (ICS network) for some time. This document shows how to simulate the IT/OT boundary in order to test App-ID, UserID, and other features within the Palo Alto Networks firewall. This entire lab can be virtualized on a single laptop.
Antivirus collision is a case where signature created for one malware file, or one malware family, that triggers on the other, benign files, unrelated to original files for which signature was created. In order to understand it a little better, read the background information and detailed explanation offered in this article.
Reaper writes: So, since we have a sudden surge of participants, I will be extending the deadline to December 31st!
If you still want to submit your entry and get a chance to win one of these awesome hoodies, have at it!
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