Get Pro-Tips and Techniques for Advanced Breach Prevention

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Get Pro-Tips and Techniques for Advanced Breach Prevention

While the Live community is a fantastic place day-to-day to get the latest pro-tips and insight into how to get more from the entire Palo Alto Network platform, nothing can match in-person, face-to-face sessions with leading security pros.

 

That's what you get when you go to Ignite.

 

This year will be bigger and better than ever. The community team will be there in full force and we'll have some special tricks up our sleeves. But, the highlight is expert insights and guidance. Here's a snapshot of some of the topics covered (including a chance to meet up with the presenters).

 

Track 1: Advanced Treat Protection Strategies

  • A Disruptive Endpoint Protection Ecosystem: How We Successfully Displaced
  • Multiple Endpoint Security Agents with Traps
  • Transform Threat Intelligence into Actionable Content
  • 4 Steps to an Intelligence-Led Security Program

Track 2: Next-Generation Security Innovations

  • Guardrails for Rapidly Evolving Threats to ProcessControl Environments: Next-Generation Segmentation
  • Internet Gateway Best Practices
  • Why Your Branch Security Strategy Might Be Like a Day-Glo Jacket From the ‘80s

Track 3: Data Center & Cloud Security Architectures

  • Zero-Touch Data Center Automation: A Case Study in Automating Next-Generation
  • Security for OpenStack Clouds
  • Ask the AWS expert

Track 4: Mobile Workforce Security

  • Best Practices: The End of Traditional VPN – GlobalProtect for Remote Access
  • Best Practices: Spotlight on User-ID – Architectures and Answers for Identifying Users
  • Roundtable: The Mobile Security Practitioner’s Panel

Track 5: Threat Intelligence Day from Unit 42

  • AutoFocus Innovations: Becoming an Advanced Threat Hunter
  • Defeating the Pragmatic Adversary

Track 6: CISO says, “Yes, You Can!”

  • How Will Global Cybersecurity Policy Developments Impact Your Job?
  • How to Make the SOC Work for the CISO: Threat Prevention, Intelligence, and Marketing to Executives and Customers.

Don't miss this and have to wait another year to change the game on the bad guys. Check the agenda here.

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