Welcome to our July 2022 Rewind, where we review some of LIVEcommunity’s biggest headlines from the past month! In July, we introduced a new navigation bar; rolled out our new nominated discussions; and more.
Read on to learn about LIVEcommunity’s July 2022 highlights!
LIVEcommunity recently updated its homepage navigation! We simplified the navbar and dropdowns in an effort to finetune way-finding, organization, and overall user experience. Rather than having blogs, articles, and discussion hidden under Collaboration, these important LIVEcommunity resources now have their own spots in the nav bar. Products and Tools now have their own drop-downs, where you can hover to find your relevant assets.
Learn all about the changes here.
Do you have a compelling story, use-case or in-depth technical product knowledge to share? The call for papers for Ignite ‘22 is now open!
Palo Alto Networks is 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 at its Ignite '22 conference.
This new Cortex XDR How-to Video Playlist enables you to create exceptions to fine-tune and override applied security settings on security profiles and endpoints. Watch the series now.
LIVEcommunity has just rolled out a new capability to help bring attention to our great discussion topics! Now, Palo Alto Networks experts —and soon community members!—will be able to vote for valuable discussions to be created into an article.
This article is based on the discussion, “Panorama Issue - cannot edit an interface on a template stack,” posted by @Kai_Ulrich and answered by @PavelK. Read on to see the discussion and solution!
Read the latest security update from @msehgal to learn about new product features, cloud expansion, upcoming separate hand-on-workshops for enterprise and healthcare customers, and more.
The IronSkillet Day One Configuration templates are baseline configurations that you can import to your Next-Generation Firewall or Panorama. These pre-built configurations can be valuable for green-field deployments or can be used to merge with configurations from existing environments. Read more about how to take advantage of these Best-Practice configurations in this Tips & Tricks blog.
The Enterprise Data Loss Prevention (DLP) End User Alerting with Cortex XSOAR allows users to understand why a file upload was blocked by Enterprise DLP, and enables self-service temporary exemptions for file uploads that match the users Enterprise DLP data profiles.
Did you miss our most recent LIVEcommunity event? Our AMA (Ask Me Anything) with Cyber Elite experts on June 30, 2022 was a wonderful opportunity for anyone in the LIVEcommunity to reach out and ask questions of the Cyber Elite members.
Even if you missed the event, you can still read through the questions now to see what community members asked and what these Cyber Elite experts had to share!
According to our Unit 42 Threat Research team, attacks have increased 15 percent from 2020 to 2021, reaching an all-time high — three times more than what we’ve observed prior to the uptick in remote work due to COVID-19. Get the latest insights into network threat trends from the previous year’s most successful attacks in this Unit 42 report.
As we have wrapped up the month of July, we are back to recognize one of our most active contributors with a monthly LIVEcommunity Member Spotlight! For the July 2022 Member Spotlight, we’d like to applaud one of our community members, @rtsedaka, for their participation and engagement in the LIVEcommunity. Since joining the community in April 2022, they have written 107 posts, received 23 likes, and authored 6 solutions (and counting)!
We’d also like to take a moment to share an important Customer Reminder: To maintain your strongest security posture, please visit and subscribe to the Customer Advisories board in LIVEcommunity for the latest updates.
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