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Believe it or not, the first month of 2022 has come to a close. Though it was another slow month in cybersecurity, we managed to find some things to write about (and yeah—we got jokes, too). Check out what you missed on LIVEcommunity in January:
Prisma Access 3.0 is here, and jam-packed with new features. Read all about Prisma Access 3.0 enhancements, including supported Quality of Service (QoS) for remote networks, the ability to enable network redundancy during mobile user setup, and much more.
Plus, the Events section will soon have Zoom integration. That means that you can simply view the event, register, and watch the video directly via the Prisma Access events portal. We are very excited to bring you this new feature and can’t wait for you to attend events in the LIVEcommunity.
The Apache Log4j vulnerability is one of the highest priority vulnerabilities in IT history. Security and IT teams need to know how to mitigate this issue and if their current set of controls provides needed protection. Learn how Palo Alto Networks provides a full-court defense for Apache Log4j in this webinar.
Application risk assessment and bluetooth device coverage expansion are just two of the new features added in January! Find out about all the new features and upcoming IoT events happening in @msehgal's monthly IoT update.
When it's that time of year again and you need to audit your firewall rules, you want to do it efficiently. Enter Highlight Unused Rules, a priceless feature when it comes to auditing a security policy.
As DNS (Domain Name System) traffic becomes increasingly more of a target for hackers, it is crucial that security vendors stay up to date on the latest threats to ensure their customers do not fall victim to DNS attacks. That is why Palo Alto Networks recently launched two new DNS detection services.
Our customers can now take full advantage of wildcard DNS abuse detection and DNS domain detection to help identify penetration activities and domains that have been intentionally aged to bypass security vendors reputation checks. Read more about our new Wildcard DNS Abuse Detection and Strategically Aged Domains Detection services now.
The Packet Capture option inside of the Security Profiles is oft-overlooked. But it's a valuable tool for those who need to report any false positives or to troubleshoot other issues with the behavior of the Security Profiles—more specifically, Antivirus, Anti-Spyware and Vulnerability Protection profiles.
Hungry for more from our Tips & Tricks and Discussion of the Week columns? Check out all LIVEcommunity blogs now.
You're now fully briefed on LIVEcommunity's January 2022 highlights! Have questions or feedback? Let us know with a comment.
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