September was a busy month! Not only did we welcome a new autumnal season, but LIVEcommunity launched new technology pages, Palo Alto Networks released its first-ever device for the home and small business—Okyo Garde—and registration for the Ignite '21 cybersecurity conference opened up. Catch up on all these happenings, plus much, much more in this month's Rewind.
Palo Alto Networks has announced Okyo Garde, its first-ever product for the home and small businesses! Okyo Garde delivers the same level of cybersecurity provided to enterprise through easy integration using a premium mesh-enabled Wi-Fi 6 system.
With Okyo Garde, home and small businesses will be protected from any and all cybersecurity threats—malware, ransomware, phishing attacks and more—through Palo Alto Networks elevated technology. Read more in our LIVEcommunity blog, “Introducing Okyo Garde™ : Enterprise-Grade Cybersecurity With Consumer Simplicity.”
Beacon—Palo Alto Networks’ resource for trainings, certifications, and digital learnings—and LIVEcommunity recently partnered to better help customers easily maneuver between PAN learning resources. In addition to dedicated areas cross-linking the resources, there has been call-to-action messaging added to Cortex webinars (with Prisma improvements coming around the bend). The result is a unified experience across Beacon and LIVEcommunity.
We are constantly creating new and updating legacy content related to all Palo Alto Networks' products and, in turn, keeping our technology pages fresh, useful, and as helpful as possible! With Palo Alto Networks’ new Cortex Xpanse product, we also have a new technology resource page to match.
On this page, you can expect to find all Xpanse-related content: discussions, blogs, articles, videos, webinars, and release notes. The page will only become more robust with resources as time goes on—and as community members like you engage and contribute.
Take a tour of Cortex Xpanse and let us know what you think!
We noticed conversations happening about Panorama across our forums and determined creating a dedicated Panorama technology resource page only made sense.
This NEW Panorama technology resource page can be found under “Network Security” and you can expect to find discussions, blogs, articles, and videos all related to this technology! Check out LIVEcommunity’s dedicated Panorama technology resource page for yourself.
A few months ago we announced the new Prisma SD-WAN CloudBlades page on LIVEcommunity. To wrap it all together, we worked on a 3 part blog series.
When it comes to SD-WAN, legacy solutions are falling behind. These blogs can help you understand how Palo Alto Networks' next-generation Prisma SD-WAN CloudBlades platform can help your organization embrace the cloud.
Focusing on AWS Transit Gateway Protect and Google Cloud, you’ll get a better understanding on how these integrations can simplify operations by saving time and reducing costs.
Check them out:
Are you registered for all the upcoming Prisma Access webinars? If not, we encourage you to check them out in the Prisma Access Customer Events area on the Prisma Access technology page.
These webinars walk your through the following topics:
Take advantage of these great webinars! Register here.
For the September 2021 Member Spotlight, we’d like to applaud @PavelK, for his participation and engagement in the LIVEcommunity.
Since joining the community just 4 weeks ago, he has written 77 posts, received 28 likes, and authored 13 solutions (and counting)!
Thank you for your participation in the community @PavelK!
One of LIVEcommunity’s most frequently asked questions is “What version of PAN-OS do you recommend?"
Luckily, Palo Alto Networks' support engineers have a Support PAN-OS Software Release Guidance—located in LIVEcommunity's Customer Resources area—that is routinely updated by Palo Alto Networks' support engineers.
The article covers supported versions for PAN-OS for Firewall, Panorama on VM / M-series, GlobalProtect, and User-ID / Terminal Server Agent. It also includes links to the latest Security Advisories, as well as recommended versions for Updated Prisma Access Software Release Guidance.
Check it out now: Support PAN-OS Software Release Guidance.
At Palo Alto Networks, we believe Zero Trust—which eliminates implicit trust in every digital facet—is imperative to the security and success of each individual, organization, and enterprise.
That’s why we’ve talked about the importance of a Zero Trust Architecture for years, and are hosting the Design And Deploy Zero Trust Network Security For Users event, where attendees can learn actionable tips, guidance, and best practices for designing, deploying, and scaling a Zero Trust architecture.
The event’s final sessions are happening October 19, 2021 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EDT and October 21, 2021 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. PDT.
Register now for the Design And Deploy Zero Trust Network Security For Users to learn how to adopt Zero Trust across your network security stack!
Did you miss SASE Converge 2021? The event was a first-of-its-kind conference dedicated to bringing SASE thought leaders and professionals together to focus on three key themes: convergence, security, and user experience. Each of these aspects help charter new frontiers within security-related industries and assist technology trailblazers in transforming their organizations—and yours.
Join Palo Alto Networks SASE product leaders for a lively discussion on key learnings from SASE Converge 2021, how SD-WAN with integrated 5G fits into your SASE strategy, why native user experience management is a critical component of SASE, and much more at Palo Alto Networks' "What's Next in SASE?"" event, happening on October 7 at 9 a.m. PDT.
Registration is officially open for Palo Alto Networks’ free virtual cybersecurity conference, Ignite ’21!
Register for Ignite ‘21 now to learn about how you—and your company—can take advantage of next-gen cybersecurity innovation and enable a Zero Trust architecture that ensures the highest level of protection and security. The conference will take place November 15-18 and its agenda will include introductions to Palo Alto Networks products, pre-certification training, illuminating keynote speakers, groundbreaking sessions, and more.
We hope to see you there!