Weekly Recap 49

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NEW!! Discussion of the Week (DotW)

DotW: Blocking Snapchat

Even though our member was blocking the application Snapchat, it seemed like some traffic was still getting through. More precisely, pictures were still passing through the firewall, whereas text messages were being blocked correctly. See how the power of the community rules the discussion from problem through solution. Thanks for the question and a whole lot of help from @rmiller1, @BPry. @bmorris1 and our very own @kiwi, Live Community Solutions Engineer Kim Wens.

From inside the article, leave feedback, thumbs up, kudos, me too! and ask for the moon @kiwi

 

NEW!! Tips & Tricks

Complete Action List in Profiles

Beginning with PAN-OS 7.0, we've added more actions you can take with threat signatures. Previously, only allow, alert, and block actions were permitted, but we now offer more scalable actions that permit more control and granularity, and  are also logged in threat logs. We even illustrate mapping actions for you if you're downgrading or upgrading around PAN-OS 7.0. You're going to like this!

Let Kim know how you're planning to use this new functionality this side of the moon @kiwi

 

Video Tutorial

Application Filter Traffic Reports (video with transcript)

Can you create traffic reports based on application filters? Yes, you can! Let's watch and learn as Kim walks us through the steps to use application filters to create a nice custom report for yourself. Here we go!

Looks like a great week for our dedicated Live Community engineer, Kim! Get in touch from inside the article. @kiwi

 

COMPLETE LIST OF PAN-DB URL FILTERING CATEGORIES

Complete List of PAN-DB URL Filtering Categories

If there is a specific site for which you'd like to known the URL category, please visit the test site in the article to test the URL. This article is a complete list of PAN-DB URL filtering categories.

 

MICROSOFT OFFICE 365

Microsoft Office 365 Access Control Field Support Guide

Microsoft Office 365 Access Control Field Support Guide

From the article, please send comments to @msandhu or @nasingh

 

App-ID for Office 365

From the article, please send comments to @msandhu

 

TOOLS AND RESOURCES

MineMeld

This versatile tool includes the repository on GitHub, articles, discussions and more. Use MineMeld to mine, collect, aggregate and filter threat indicators, then meld your knowledge with that of other users. Engage here in the Live Community!

 

OPSWAT Support Charts for GlobalProtect 3.1.0

Please refer to the OPSWAT Support Chart for a list of third-party products that can be detected by a specific GlobalProtect software version.
From the article, please send comments to @srajasekar

 

Tour the New Live Community (video with transcript)

We've got you covered in 6 different languages in the Live Community! Take our quick tour of enhancements to discussion and navigation and let us know what you think!

From the article, video and transcript, please send comments to @jdelio or @carnould

 

YOUTUBE AND TWITTER

Live Community YouTube Channel

Check out the Live Community channel on YouTube! Thousands of subscribers and views! Check out our playlists, including the complete Getting Started series on YouTube.  Also watch videos from Tech Docs and the Technical Lightboard series.

 

Learn about new features in the Live Community, including our language offerings in the discussion forum. We speak your language!

 

Ignite travels to Vancouver, BC in 2017! New to the community? New to Ignite? Learn more about our annual conference on YouTube at What Is Ignite Conference 2017?

 

Live Community on Twitter

Check us out on Twitter to see what's trending in the community.

Join us at @PALiveCommunity.

 

AROUND PALO ALTO NETWORKS

Tech Docs

Use the tables in the Palo Alto Networks® Compatibility Matrix to determine support for Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls, appliances, and agents. Find a pdf here.


Top Tweets

· #2017cyberpredictions: @ireo predicts new norms in threat landscape http://bit.ly/2g4CUp1
· #2017cyberpredictions: 2017 will be the year we get serious about #IoT security http://bit.ly/2fDtdle
· #2017cyberpredictions: The endpoint security market will see dramatic shifts as #IoT security awareness increases http://bit.ly/2fQXPOg
· Do you need a threat intelligence team? @scottsimkin weighs in http://bit.ly/2frwiTu @SecurityWeek
· Join @scottsimkin on December 7 for a breakdown of exploit kits & how to defend your organization against them http://go.paloaltonetworks.com/EK1207

LinkedIn/Facebook/Google+ Posts
· Our Cybersecurity Predictions series is back! Here's our first 2017 Cybersecurity Prediction: New norms expected in threat landscape http://bit.ly/2g4CUp1
· With 6.4 billion connected devices, 2017 will be the year we get serious about IoT security. Read our next Cybersecurity Prediction for 2017: http://bit.ly/2fDtdle
· As IoT devices and capabilities continue to increase in 2017, the inherent security flaws that may have been ignored in the past will become more prominent, complex and unnerving. Read our next Cybersecurity Prediction for 2017: http://bit.ly/2fQXPOg

Threat and Cybersecurity
· Automation Is Key for Effective SaaS Security
· The Cybersecurity Canon: Cybersecurity and Cyberwar

2017 Cybersecurity Predictions
· 2017 Cybersecurity Predictions: New Norms Expected in Threat Landscape
· 2017 Cybersecurity Predictions: The Year We Get Serious About IoT Security
· 2017 Cybersecurity Predictions: IoT Security Flaws Awareness Will Be Magnified

Till next week--Gail @editeur

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