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Wed, 04 May 2022 06:37:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Palo Alto debuts Unit 42 team for on-demand cybersecurity

Palo Alto Networks this week announced the immediate availability of Unit 42 Managed Detection and Response (MDR), a service providing on-call cybersecurity specialists to track and respond to security threats in real time.

The idea is to back Palo Alto’s existing automated Cortex extended detection and response (XDR) platform with human expertise, dedicating members of the company’s threat response team and others to minimizing unnecessary alerts and prioritizing those from serious threats. It’s a response, the company said in a statement, to an increasingly advanced and complicated threat environment—as well as an in-house security landscape that, in many cases, hasn’t matured to match.

It's the lack of cutting-edge expertise that makes security a particular challenge for so many organizations, noted Palo Alto senior vice president Wendi Whitmore in the statement.

“As cyberattacks continue to rise, many organizations are being asked to handle advanced threats with limited resources and without the right expertise,” she said. “This will not lead to good results.”

The core part of the offering is continuous monitoring and response—Palo Alto’s experts keep watch on events and alerts around the clock, using the company’s in-house processes and infrastructure to detect and respond to potential threats more quickly and accurately.

Palo Alto also provides, as part of the Unit 42 MDR service, what it calls proactive threat hunting—leveraging the security firm’s institutional knowledge and XDR technology to check client environments for complex threats. Finally, Unit 42 also conducts periodic spot checks on clients, basing recommendations for changes in security posture and policy on the company’s expertise in preventing attacks.

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Killexams : Hackers scan for vulnerable devices 15 minutes after bug disclosure, says research

Hackers around the world have resorted to a ridiculously simple tactic where they scan official websites of software vendors for announcements of vulnerabilities and start scanning for them in the software's system within as less as 15 minutes of the official disclosure, latest research has revealed.

The revelation comes amidst ever-increasing disclosures of vulnerabilities in globally used products, including cell phones, computers and industrial programming devices. This year alone, multiple vulnerabilities have come to light in Apple products as well as Microsoft Windows.

The research was conducted by Palo Alto Networks, a global leader in cybersecurity solutions. Palo Alto's research wing, Unit 42, did a deep dive into vulnerabilities and their exploitation over the last one year, the results of which were made public earlier this week.

As per rules, a company is obliged to announce discoveries of new vulnerabilities in their system on their official websites in the public interest. This same practice is exploited by hackers, Unit 42 states.

"Anytime a new vulnerability is publicized, our threat intelligence team observes widespread scanning for vulnerable systems. Our security consultants say they’re also seeing threat actors – ranging from the sophisticated to the script kiddies – moving quickly to take advantage of publicly available Proof of Concepts (PoCs) to attempt exploits. The 2021 Attack Surface Management Threat Report found that attackers typically start scanning for vulnerabilities within 15 minutes of a CVE being announced," Unit 42 stated in the executive summary of their report.

While companies announce new vulnerabilities only after patches for the same are released, these patches are only installed when users obtain them in the form of the latest software updates. The time window between the installation of these patches serves as a goldmine for hackers, who try to gain access to as many unpatched devices as possible.

Citing a vulnerability discovered in May this year, Unit 42 revealed that they had installed a threat prevention signature, a code that attempts to prevent unauthorised access to devices through the vulnerability, which was so critical that it rated 9.8 on a scale of 10, with 10 being the most serious.

"Within just 10 hours, the signature triggered 2,552 times due to vulnerability scanning and active exploitation attempts," Unit 42 revealed.

The full report itself makes for grim reading, delving into ransomware, business email compromise and exploitation of little or no encryption on part of systems managers. It also explains how hackers are now going after cloud-based storage servers, where companies back up their data, and how clouds are easier to hack.

"Right now, threat actors in the cloud don't have to try very hard to be successful at what they do. They may look around and say, 'Okay, there is a door, here are the keys, nobody even knows we found them. Let's see if this works. Oh, it does!' Then they take what they think is worth something, leave a ransom note, and kick over a few flower pots on the way out, just to add a dash of destruction," observed Ashlie Blance, Consulting Director at Unit 42.

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Killexams : Hackers turn to cloud storage services in attempt to hide their attacks
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A hacking and cyber-espionage campaign is abusing legitimate cloud services as part of a covert operation to steal sensitive information from high-profile targets. 

Organisations around the world use cloud services to conduct day-to-day operations, particularly after the shift towards hybrid working. Cloud applications provide a simple means of working, no matter where the user is, something that has become vital for remote workers. 

However, it's not only businesses and employees that can take advantage of cloud services.

And according to cybersecurity researchers at Unit 42 at Palo Alto Networks, that's exactly what hackers working on behalf of an advanced persistent threat (APT) group they call Cloaked Ursa – also known as APT29, Nobelium and Cozy Bear – are doing. 

SEE: A winning strategy for cybersecurity (ZDNet special report)

The group is widely believed to be linked to the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), responsible for several major cyberattacks, including the supply chain attack against SolarWinds, the US Democratic National Committee (DNC) hack, and espionage campaigns targeting governments and embassies around the world.  

Now they're attempting to use legitimate cloud services, including Google Drive and Dropbox – and have already used this tactic as part of attacks that took place between May and June this year. 

The attacks begin with phishing emails sent out to targets at European embassies, posing as invites to meetings with ambassadors, complete with a supposed agenda attached as a PDF.  

The PDF is malicious and, if it worked as intended, it would call out to a Dropbox account run by the attackers to secretly deliver Cobalt Strike – a penetration-testing tool popular with malicious attackers – to the victim's device. However, this initial call out was unsuccessful earlier this year, something researchers suggest is down to restrictive policies on corporate networks about using third-party services. 

But the attackers adapted, sending similar phishing emails as a second lure, but instead using communication with Google Drive accounts to hide their actions and deploy Cobalt Strike and malware payloads into target environments. It appears that this strike wasn't blocked, likely because many workplaces use Google applications as part of day-to-day operations, so blocking Drive would be seen as inefficient to productivity. 

"Attackers will continue to innovate and find ways to evade detection to meet their objectives. Using Google Drive and DropBox is a low-cost way to leverage trusted applications," a Unit 42 researcher told ZDNet.  

"Put it in simple terms, it means you can easily get X number of Google accounts for free, and use that to collect information and host malware. You no longer need to purchase your typical C2 infrastructure, which can easily be blocked." 

Like many campaigns of this nature, it's likely the intention was to use malware to create a backdoor onto an infected network and steal sensitive information, either for use in further attacks or to be exploited in other ways. Unit 42 hasn't detailed whether the campaigns successfully infiltrated networks or not. 

SEE: These are the cybersecurity threats of tomorrow that you should be thinking about today

Unit 42 has alerted both Dropbox and Google to their services being abused and action has been taken against accounts being used as part of attacks. 

"Google's Threat Analysis Group tracks APT29's activity closely and regularly exchanges information with other threat intelligence teams, such as Palo Alto Networks, for the good of the ecosystem. In this case, we were aware of the activity identified in this report, and had already proactively taken steps to protect any potential targets," Shane Huntley, senior director for Google's Threat Analysis Group, told ZDNet. 

"We can confirm that we worked with our industry partners and the researchers on this matter, and disabled user accounts immediately. If we detect any user violating our terms of service, we take appropriate action, which may include suspending or disabling user accounts," a Dropbox spokesperson told ZDNet.

Using cloud services provides many benefits to both businesses and staff – but it's important to ensure that the security of cloud applications and services is managed properly to prevent these tools being exploited by cyber criminals.  


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Killexams : Financial Services Cybersecurity Systems Market Set for More Growth | Forcepoint, IBM, Symantec

The Latest Released Worldwide Financial Services Cybersecurity Systems Market study has evaluated the future growth potential of Worldwide Financial Services Cybersecurity Systems Market and provides information and useful stats on market structure and size. The report is intended to provide market intelligence and strategic insights to help decision makers take sound investment decisions and identify potential gaps and growth opportunities. Additionally, the report also identifies and analyses changing dynamics, emerging trends along with essential drivers, challenges, opportunities and restraints in Worldwide Financial Services Cybersecurity Systems Market.

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Some of the key players profiled in the study are:

Fortinet Inc. (United States), McAfee LLC. (United States), Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (United States), CISCO SYSTEMS, Inc. (United States), Symantec Corporation (United States), IBM Corporation (United States), Rapid7 (United States), Mimecast Services Limited (United Kingdom), Forcepoint (United States), Trend Micro Incorporated (Japan).

Scope of the Report of Financial Services Cybersecurity Systems
The risk of financial loss, disruption, or reputational damage resulting from the failure of IT systems is known as cyber risk. This includes malicious cyber incidents in which threat actors seek to cause harm (e.g., ransomware attacks, financial or data theft by employees). The global banking system has undergone substantial changes in terms of processes, transactions, and operations in exact years, all of which have been influenced by technology and its advancements within exact trends. With modern rapid technological advancements, many organisations, large and small, rely entirely on the use of information systems in their daily operations, necessitating the development of effective information security strategies to protect the institution’s sensitive and valuable databases from theft.

The titled segments and sub-section of the market are illuminated below:

by Category (Network Security, Cloud Security, Application Security, End-point Security, Wireless Network Security, Others), End Use (Internet Banking, Insurance, Investment Banking, Others), Deployment (Cloud, On-premise), Scale (Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs), Large Enterprises), Component (Software, Service (Professional, Managed))

Market Trends:
High Investment in Financial Security

Increasing Implementation Among SMEs Across Emerging Regions

Market Drivers:
Prevalence of Cyber Threats and Data Vulnerabilities

Growth in Number of Cyber Attacks

Region Included are: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Oceania, South America, Middle East & Africa

Country Level Break-Up: United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, South Africa, Nigeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Germany, United Kingdom (UK), the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Austria, Turkey, Russia, France, Poland, Israel, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, China, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, India, Australia and New Zealand etc.

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Chapter 4: Presenting the Financial Services Cybersecurity Systems Market Factor Analysis, Porters Five Forces, Supply/Value Chain, PESTEL analysis, Market Entropy, Patent/Trademark Analysis.

Chapter 5: Displaying the by Type, End User and Region/Country 2015-2020

Chapter 6: Evaluating the leading manufacturers of the Financial Services Cybersecurity Systems market which consists of its Competitive Landscape, Peer Group Analysis, BCG Matrix & Company Profile

Chapter 7: To evaluate the market by segments, by countries and by Manufacturers/Company with revenue share and sales by key countries in these various regions (2021-2027)

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Killexams : Healthcare Cyber Security Market in North America is likely to grow at a Rapid Speed in the Near Future - MDC Research

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Healthcare Cyber Security Market estimated a figure upto USD12.85 Bn in 2022 & strengthening the market value to USD57.25 Bn by 2030, at Compound Annual Growth of 17.3%.

Pune, Aug. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Healthcare Cyber Security Market by Vendor Assessment, Technology Assessment, Partner & Customer Ecosystem, type/solution, service, organization size, end-use verticals, and Region – Global Healthcare Cyber Security Market Forecast to 2030, published by Market Data Centre, The Healthcare Cyber Security Market is projected to grow at a solid pace during the forecast period. The presence of key players in the ecosystem has led to a compsetitive and diverse market. The advancement of digital transformation initiatives across multiple industries is expected to drive the worldwide Healthcare Cyber Security Market during the study period.

This COVID-19 analysis of the report includes COVID-19 IMPACT on the production and, demand, supply chain. This report provides a detailed historical analysis of the global Healthcare Cyber Security Market from 2017-to 2021 and provides extensive market forecasts from 2022-to 2030 by region/country and subsectors. The report covers the revenue, sales volume, price, historical growth, and future perspectives in the Healthcare Cyber Security Market.

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Regional Analysis:

On the basis of Geography, the Global Healthcare Cyber Security Market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW). North America is expected to hold a considerable share in the global Healthcare Cyber Security Market. Due to increasing investment for research and development process and adoption of solutions in the region whereas Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at a faster pace during the forecasted period.

The growing number of Healthcare Cyber Security Market players across regions is expected to drive market growth further. Moreover, increasing investments by prominent vendors in product capabilities and business expansion is expected to fuel the market during the study period. Many market players are finding lucrative opportunities in emerging economies like China and India, where the large populations are coupled with new innovations in numerous industries.

List of Companies Covered in the Healthcare Cyber Security Market Report:

Cisco Systems, Inc., FireEye, IBM Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, McAfee Corporation, Northrop Grumman, Palo Alto Networks and SENSATO CYBERSECURITY SOLUTIONS, among others.

Market Assessment

Technology Assessment

Vendor Assessment

Market Dynamics

Key Innovations

Product Breadth and Capabilities

Trends and Challenges

Adoption Trends and Challenges

Technology Architecture

Drivers and Restrains

Deployment Trends

Competitive Differentiation

Regional and Industry Dynamics

Industry Applications

Price/Performance Analysis

Regulations and Compliance

Latest Upgrardation

Strategy and Vision

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300 – Pages

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Table of Contents                                                                           

1.1.   Market Definition
1.2.   Market Segmentation
1.3.   Geographic Scope
1.4.   Years Considered: Historical Years – 2017 & 2020; Base Year – 2021; Forecast Years – 2022 to 2030
1.5.   Currency Used
2.1.   Research Framework
2.2.   Data Collection Technique
2.3.   Data Sources
2.3.1.      Secondary Sources
2.3.2.      Primary Sources
2.4.   Market Estimation Methodology
2.4.1.      Bottom-Up Approach
2.4.2.      Top-Down Approach
2.5.   Data Validation and Triangulation
2.5.1.      Market Forecast Model
2.5.2.      Limitations/Assumptions of the Study
4.1.   Overview
4.2.   Drivers
4.3.   Barriers/Challenges
4.4.   Opportunities
8.1.   Global - Healthcare Cyber Security Market Analysis & Forecast, By Region
8.2.   Global - Healthcare Cyber Security Market Analysis & Forecast, By Segment
8.2.1.      North America Healthcare Cyber Security Market, By Segment
8.2.2.      North America Healthcare Cyber Security Market, By Country            US            Canada
8.2.3.      Europe Healthcare Cyber Security Market, By Segment
8.2.4.      Europe Healthcare Cyber Security Market, By Country            Germany            UK            France            Rest of Europe (ROE)
8.2.5.      Asia Pacific Healthcare Cyber Security Market, By Segment
8.2.6.      Asia Pacific Healthcare Cyber Security Market, By Country            China            Japan            India            Rest of Asia Pacific (RoAPAC)
8.2.7.      Rest of the World (ROW) Healthcare Cyber Security Market, By Segment
8.2.8.      Rest of the World (ROW) Healthcare Cyber Security Market, By Country            Latin America            Middle East & Africa

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Key Questions Answered in This Report:

  • How does our product and services portfolio compare to leading competitors?

  • What are the key developments in customer demand given the changing economy?

  • What are the new pricing and consumption models in the marketplace and how should we align our portfolio?

  • What are the key decision drivers for services buyers?

  • How can we accelerate our bidding process?

  • What is the potential of the Healthcare Cyber Security Market?

  • What is the impact of COVID-19 on the global Healthcare Cyber Security Market?

  • What are the top strategies that companies adopting in Healthcare Cyber Security Market?

  • What are the challenges faced by SME’s and prominent vendors in Healthcare Cyber Security Market?

  • Which region has the highest investments in Healthcare Cyber Security Market?

  • What are the latest research and activities in Healthcare Cyber Security Market?

  • Who are the prominent players in Healthcare Cyber Security Market?

  • What is the potential of the Healthcare Cyber Security Market?

Vendor Assessment

Vendor assessment includes a deep analysis of how vendors are addressing  the demand in the Healthcare Cyber Security Market. The MDC CompetetiveScape model was used to assess qualitative and quantitative insights in this assessment. MDC's CompetitiveScape is a structured method for identifying key players and outlining their strengths, relevant characteristics, and outreach strategy. MDC's CompetitiveScape allows organizations to analyze the environmental factors that influence their business, set goals, and identify new marketing strategies. MDC Research analysts conduct a thorough investigation of vendors' solutions, services, programs, marketing, organization size, geographic focus, type of organization and strategies.

Technology Assessment

Technology dramatically impacts business productivity, growth and efficiency.Technologies can help companies develop competitive advantages, but choosing them can be one of the most demanding decisions for businesses. Technology assessment helps organizations to understand their current situation with respect to technology and offer a roadmap where they might want to go and scale their business. A well-defined process to assess and select technology solutions can help organizations reduce risk, achieve objectives, identify the problem, and solve it in the right way. Technology assessment can help businesses identify which technologies to invest in, meet industry standards, compete against competitors.

Business Ecosystem Analysis

Advancements in technology and digitalization have changed the way companies do business; the concept of a business ecosystem helps businesses understand how to thrive in this changing environment. Business ecosystems provide organizations with opportunities to integrate technology in their daily business operations and Improve research and business competency. The business ecosystem includes a network of interlinked companies that compete  and cooperate to increase sales, Improve profitability, and succeed in their markets. An ecosystem analysis is a business network analysis that includes the relationships amongst suppliers, distributors, and end-users in delivering a product or service.

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Regions and Countries Covered

North America (US, Canada), Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (Japan, China, Australia, India, Rest of Asia-Pacific), and Rest of the World (RoW).

Report Coverage

Healthcare Cyber Security Market Dynamics, Covid-19 Impact on the Healthcare Cyber Security Market, Vendor Profiles, Vendor Assessment, Strategies, Technology Assessment, Product Mapping, Industry Outlook, Economic Analysis, Segmental Analysis, Healthcare Cyber Security Market Sizing, Analysis Tables.

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Killexams : Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 Helps Customers Better Address Cybersecurity Threats Through New Managed Detection and Response Service

New MDR service uniquely combines industry-leading Cortex XDR technology with Unit 42's advanced threat intelligence and threat hunting

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The need for managed detection and response (MDR) is soaring as attack surfaces grow, cloud usage skyrockets and the cybersecurity skills gap widens. Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ: PANW), the global cybersecurity leader, today introduced Unit 42 Managed Detection and Response (Unit 42 MDR) to address this need with a new service that can offer continuous 24/7 threat detection, investigation and response. This offering brings together Palo Alto Networks acclaimed Cortex XDR with Unit 42's industry-leading threat intelligence, which includes insights from incident response cases. Because Unit 42 MDR is built on Cortex XDR, it is optimized to not just prioritize alerts but also to massively reduce the number of alerts customers receive. This helps customers detect more suspicious activity than they would have otherwise.

The new Unit 42 MDR service offers customers cybersecurity experts to help identify and respond to security alerts and potential threats in real time, enabling businesses to focus SecOps personnel on other organizational security priorities.

"As cyberattacks continue to rise, many organizations are being asked to handle advanced threats with limited resources and without the right expertise. This will not lead to good results," said Wendi Whitmore, senior vice president, Palo Alto Networks Unit 42. "Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 brings a unique combination of innovative cybersecurity technologies and a world-class threat intelligence team which allows us to provide customers with rapid detection and response to critical cyberthreats."

The new Unit 42 MDR service offers customers cybersecurity experts to help identify and respond to security alerts and potential threats in real time, enabling businesses to focus security operations (SecOps) personnel on other organizational security priorities. The service provides organizations with monitoring, threat hunting and response/remediation capabilities, including:

  • Continuous Monitoring & Response: Security experts monitor alerts, events and indicators 24x7x365. The Unit 42 MDR team uses a mix of proprietary processes, infrastructure and enrichment to accelerate detection, response and threat hunting to help quickly stop malicious activity most likely to impact your organization.

  • Proactive Threat Hunting: World-class threat hunters search environments for complex attacks using deep knowledge of XDR data sources and the latest threat intelligence from Palo Alto Networks. This helps organizations stay ahead of emerging attack campaigns, malware and vulnerabilities.

  • Security Posture Optimization: Experts provide periodic health checks of an organization's posture and detailed recommendations on policy changes to help facilitate addressing risks before they become issues.

"Cyberattacks are emerging and evolving faster than ever," said Tom Osteen, CIO, Enloe Medical Center. "Intervening and addressing threats at the earliest stage is crucial. With Unit 42 MDR we have confidence that we can quickly identify and stop malicious activity to help keep our organization safe and secure."

In a exact report, IDC said, "It is not a surprise to state that organizations continue to struggle with persistent security talent shortages and the rising costs to retain these scarce security resources. Security teams with already limited resources are overwhelmed by the heavy workload and responsibility." The report also stated, "Organizations are analyzing their current risks and accelerating their security services investments to ease pressure on their teams and strengthen their overall security posture to meet the growing cyberthreats."*

About Cortex XDR:
Cortex XDR® is the world's first detection and response solution that natively integrates network, endpoint and cloud data to stop sophisticated attacks. It is designed to stop attacks with the power of AI and comprehensive data.

XDR is critical to effective security. The latest Palo Alto Networks 2022 Unit 42 Incident Response Report highlights that when a breach occurs, 44% of the cases involved a business that did not have or did not fully deploy an endpoint detection and response or XDR security solution.

Options for Cortex XDR Management:
Customers can choose to manage XDR in a number of ways. In addition to Unit 42 MDR, customers can use their own team to manage XDR or choose an XMDR Partner. Partners achieve Cortex XMDR Specialization by completing both technical and sales enablement and specialization examinations. Palo Alto Networks growing XMDR ecosystem serves customers around the world through partners who use their own particular expertise together with Cortex XDR.

About Unit 42 & Unit 42 Incident Response Services
Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 brings together world-renowned threat researchers, elite incident responders and expert security consultants to create an intelligence-driven, response-ready organization that's passionate about helping proactively manage cyber risk.

Palo Alto Networks Unit 42™ has an experienced team of security consultants with backgrounds in public and private sectors who have handled some of the largest cyberattacks in history. They manage complex cyber risks and respond to advanced threats, including nation-state attacks, advanced persistent threats, or APTs and complex ransomware investigations. Unit 42 incident response experts are available 24/7 to help clients understand the nature of the attack and then quickly contain, remediate and eradicate it. They utilize a proven methodology and battle-tested tools developed from real-world experiences investigating thousands of incidents.

More Information:
More information on Unit 42 MDR and Cortex XDR 3.4 can be found in our blog or at Black Hat from August 6–11 at the Palo Alto Networks booth: #1332.

Unit 42 MDR and Cortex XDR 3.4 are available today globally with full support.

*IDC, Worldwide and U.S. Comprehensive Security Services Forecast, 2022–2026: Steady Growth Continues Amid Global Headwinds, Doc #US48549022, July 2022

About Palo Alto Networks
Palo Alto Networks is the world's cybersecurity leader. We innovate to outpace cyberthreats, so organizations can embrace technology with confidence. We provide next-gen cybersecurity to thousands of customers globally, across all sectors. Our best-in-class cybersecurity platforms and services are backed by industry-leading threat intelligence and strengthened by state-of-the-art automation. Whether deploying our products to enable the Zero Trust Enterprise, responding to a security incident, or partnering to deliver better security outcomes through a world-class partner ecosystem, we're committed to helping ensure each day is safer than the one before. It's what makes us the cybersecurity partner of choice.

At Palo Alto Networks, we're committed to bringing together the very best people in service of our mission, so we're also proud to be the cybersecurity workplace of choice, recognized among Newsweek's Most Loved Workplaces (2021), Comparably Best Companies for Diversity (2021)and HRC Best Places for LGBTQ Equality (2022). For more information, visit

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