Introducing Expanded Virtual Events
In today’s changing environment, Fuel User Group is providing its members increased access to virtual resources and opportunities to network with other Palo Alto Networks users. Fuel is pleased to announce the launch and coordination of:
- Virtual Spark User Summits
- Fuel Virtual Chapter Meetings
- Additional Fuel Webinars
- Access to Palo Alto Networks Resources
Virtual Spark User Summits
Fuel is transforming Spark User Summits into virtual events, dedicated to bringing you top education and networking opportunities. Hosted on Pathable, the Virtual Spark User Summits will include sessions about COVID-19 related challenges in the industry, the latest products and updates from Palo Alto Networks and time to talk with peers from across the globe.
Fuel Virtual Chapter Meetings
Fuel is introducing a new virtual chapter format structured to meet your local needs while enabling you to reap the benefits from the comfort of your own environment. Each meeting will be a 30-90 minute session tailored to meet the specific needs of local members, provide an opportunity to network with your peers and Palo Alto Networks experts, stay up-to-date on product updates, and share best practices.
The meetings will include an informational session based on local user interest, group discussions and Q&A. Participants will also have the chance to hear how other people are addressing the change in their network environment.
Check out what’s coming up in our event calendar:
Explore Fuel's full library of webcasts here or check out one of the most recent webcasts below.
Getting Cloud Security Right: How to Architect Next Generation Firewalls into Your AWS and Azure Infrastructure
Learn how organizations are creating a cloud network and security architecture that meets their requirements for scale, performance and automation. This session will overview best practices for creating a modern cloud architecture, implementing design patterns for key use cases in AWS, and focus specifically on deploying Palo Alto Network VM-Series Firewalls with AWS Transit Gateway with highest performance and best visibility available.
Securing the Cloud: How to Mirror Cloud Packets for Incident Response and Threat Hunting
If you are responsible for IT security, data center operations or application performance, then this webinar is for you. In this webinar, hear from Neil Wilkins, Ed Smith and Ronnie Ganwani to learn how Garland Technology and Corelight work together to provide the critical visibility and control engineers need for their cloud environment.
Palo Alto Networks Resources
Palo Alto Networks understands a new level of support is needed, and the necessity to securely and rapidly connect all your applications, including SaaS, Cloud, and your data center apps.
The LIVECommunity COVID-19 Response Center provides immediate resources from across Palo Alto Networks specific to GlobalProtect, GlobalProtect Cloud Services (GPCS), and Prisma Access. Find the answers you need and engage with other cybersecurity professionals today.
The COVID-19 Response Center has a number of solutions ready to help you secure your remote workforce, including:
- GlobalProtect and Prisma Access During COVID-19 Blog
- GlobalProtect, Working From Home, Prisma Access, and COVID-19 Discussion Forum
- Prisma Access, Working From Home, and COVID-19 Discussion Forum
2020 Unit 41 loT Threat Report
Using the Palo Alto Networks’ IoT security product, Zingbox, Palo Alto Networks created the 2020 Unit 42 IoT Threat Report to identify the top IoT threats and provide recommendations that organizations can take to immediately reduce IoT risk in their environments.
4 Steps to Reduce IoT Risk in Your Enterprise
Although IoT opens the door to unprecedented connectivity as well as innovative approaches and services, it also brings with it new cybersecurity risks. According to a 2019 Gartner report, enterprise IoT adoption grew 21.5% from 2018 to the end of 2019, totaling an estimated 4.8 billion devices.
Unit 42 2020 IoT Threat Report Executive Summary
To assess the current state of the IoT threat landscape, the experts of Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 threat intelligence team analyzed security incidents throughout 2018 and 2019 across 1.2 million IoT devices in the U.S. Their findings, are outlined in this executive summary of the report.
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