08-31-2021 04:54 AM - edited 11-05-2021 08:38 AM
The August rewind is here! Catch up on everything the LIVEcommunity was up to this past month, from upcoming events to new technical content by @kiwi and @jdelio.
The call for papers for Ignite '21—Palo Alto Networks' annual security conference—is now open!
We are looking for speakers and presenters with highly technical backgrounds who can share their experience and expertise around groundbreaking new threat research, innovative best practices, and next-gen cybersecurity technologies.
Please be sure to submit your application by the September 3 deadline, and check out the Ignite ’21 call for papers FAQ if you have any questions!
Join us to discuss the adoption of SASE technologies and what the future of these technologies will make possible. Mark your calendars and register now for SASE CONVERGE 2021 to join the world’s first SASE conference, happening virtually September 28-29.
The Palo Alto Networks PA-410, brings ML-Powered NGFW capabilities to distributed enterprise branch offices, retail locations, and midsize businesses. The world’s first ML-Powered Next-Generation Firewall ( NGFW ) enables you to prevent unknown threats,see and secure everything—including the Internet of Things (IoT)—and reduce errors with automatic policy recommendations.
For more Info, please visit the PA-400 product page.
With Pan-OS 10.1.2, you now have the option to utilize a brand-new Advanced URL Filtering Security Subscription service to further add to your firewall functionality. This new subscription works alongside with your current PAN-DB URL Filtering solution to offer a real-time URL analysis and malware protection.
Read more about Palo Alto Networks' new Advanced URL Filtering Security Subscription.
Following the recent launch of Complete Zero Trust Network Security, which focuses on innovations in four areas—Cloud Identity SaaS Security Web Security ML-Powered NGFW Platforms—are newPAN-OS 10.1 certifications.
The Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator (PCNSA) certification validates the knowledge and skills required to manage and operate NGFW, and the latest 10.1 update focuses on administration and security policy, tightly aligning to the security administrator role and serving as the logical prerequisite forPrisma Access.
Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) certification validates engineers that design, deploy, and troubleshoot NGFW, and the latest 10.1 update focuses on implementation of new and advanced features
Read more about updated PCNSA and PCNSE certifications for PAN-OS 10.1.
If you're not already familiar with our Security Speakeasy: Behind the Scenes of Network Security, it's a topical video series—hosted by PAN by technical experts—that covers a variety of fascinating, useful, and insightful cybersecurity-related issues.
From the evolution of the firewall to an explainer on 5G security and more, here are the latest Security Speakeasy videos you may have missed.
For this month’s Member Spotlight, we chose to recognize @raji_toor. Since joining the community in February 2017, he has written 296 posts, received 14 likes, and authored 9 solutions!
His engagement has propelled him into one of the top user-levels in community (L4). We are thankful for his contributions and his insights to help our community members!
We look to many of our contributors to help make the community better everyday.
Thank you for your participation, @raji_toor!
Be sure to keep a lookout for next month’s Member Spotlight.
@kiwi and @jdelio spend a lot of time hanging out in discussion forums to engage with you, help you problem-solve, and share their knowledge and expertise. We want to share some of August's top discussions—you can still join the conversation and add any insights!
Top 5 discussion posts for August 2021:
We're about to announce our new Cyber Elite experts! Our Cyber Elite program is a way to acknowledge members who are closely engaged with the community, share technical insights, knowledge, and assist fellow community members in elevating their security posture in an increasingly complicated world of cybersecurity. Stay tuned for introductions!
Cortex XDR 3.0 is here! At Palo Alto Networks, we are committed to continual innovation and stay at the forefront of the industry. Cortex XDR 3.0 has new powerful features like XDR for cloud, identity analytics, and more. Check out our blog, Cortex XDR 3.0 Features and “Next Has Arrived” Event Details, for details.
Don’t miss Palo Alto Networks “Next Has Arrived” Launch event, where you’ll learn all about Cortex XDR 3.0 and cybersecurity experts will share best practices and strategies. We look forward to seeing you there!
You can always visit LIVEcommunity's Cortex XDR technology resource page to find Cortex XDR discussions, webinars, how-to videos, customer journeys, and more.
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