DATA SECURITY,PLATFORM SECURITY,SOFTWARE SECURITY
Palo Alto Networks | September 26, 2022
Palo Alto Networks, a Microsoft Azure private MEC ecosystem partner, today announced availability of VM-Series Virtual Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) technology on the Azure Marketplace. Delivering end-to-end Zero Trust security at the enterprise edge, VM-Series virtual firewalls can now extend best-in-class NGFW capabilities to help protect Azure private MEC applications, providing centralized defense against cyberattacks.
Azure private MEC combines network functions, applications and edge-optimized Azure services managed from the cloud to deliver high-performance, ultra-low-latency 4G/5G private wireless solutions that address the modern business needs of enterprise customers.
"Our long-standing partner solutions with Azure and our VM-Series virtual firewalls have been protecting customer cloud environments for years. "The new VM-Series 5G capabilities enable enterprises to secure mission-critical applications in industry verticals like manufacturing, healthcare, utilities and public sector, all of which demand the latest in private wireless network technology."
Prem Iyer, vice president, Ecosystems GSI and CSP, Palo Alto Networks
Mobile 5G networks with multi-access edge compute combine AI and cloud technologies to transform enterprises and industries. Customers choose this next-generation mobile technology for its security and reliability, but increasingly sophisticated networks must be safeguarded against a complex and escalating "threatscape." Palo Alto Networks 5G-Native Security on the VM-Series brings advanced Layer 7 security capabilities to help detect and block known exploits, malware, malicious URLs, spyware, and command and control (C2) to 5G-powered edge computing use cases. The VM-Series Next-Generation Firewall enables enterprises to achieve comprehensive security for end-user application traffic that traverses the Azure Private 5G Core, securing edge infrastructure and helping detect and mitigate malicious activity within the user traffic.
Key benefits of the solution include:
Faster time to market with a fully tested and validated solution.
Simpler deployment at scale from the Azure marketplace, facilitating a rapid rollout of NGFWs.
Predefined configuration templates for comprehensive zero-day security.
The Panorama management solution, integrated with Azure, allows for common management of VM-Series virtual firewalls deployed across all cloud and edge environments from a single console and provides centralized visibility and actionable insights into network traffic, logs and threats.
"We're pleased to add Palo Alto Networks 5G security products to Azure Marketplace and our Azure private MEC ecosystem," said Shriraj Gaglani, general manager, Azure for Operators. "This adds an important option for customers when architecting critical end-to-end security frameworks that underpin Industry 4.0 use-cases built on our Azure private MEC solution."
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.
DATA SECURITY,SOFTWARE SECURITY
Quad9 | September 22, 2022
Today, Quad9, the leading free recursive DNS service, has joined the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) [cyberthreatalliance.org], a global non-profit working to improve the cybersecurity of our global digital ecosystem by enabling near real-time, high-quality cyber threat information sharing among organizations. Quad9 is part of the Contributing Allies program, which involves collaboration on cyber incidents and key cybersecurity topics.
Exchange of expertise and threat intelligence with partners within the Cyber Threat Alliance is indispensable to counter online threats like malware, phishing, identity theft and ransomware.
"As we expand our global reach, Quad9 is committed to working together with other cybersecurity providers through strategic partnerships and alliances. "Joining CTA's Contributing Allies program certainly fits that goal and enables us to engage more frequently with other like-minded organizations as we work together to improve security and privacy for all."
John Todd, General Manager for Quad9
The Domain Name System (DNS) is where malicious domain names can be blocked most effectively preventing users from getting robbed of their money, identity or data. Over the past six years, Quad9 has built its strength developing the best-in-class maximum security and 100% privacy-assured DNS service. In so doing Quad9 has secured its place as one of the most important free cybersecurity providers in the world; protecting many tens of millions of users with servers in almost 100 countries.
"We're excited to have Quad9 as a Contributing Ally," said Michael Daniel, President and CEO of the Cyber Threat Alliance. "They provide great security services and have some unique insights into the flow of data across the Internet. We look forward to working with them to continue improving the security of our digital ecosystem."
Anyone who wants to boost their privacy and security can configure their device to use Quad9's DNS service, which blocks more than 150 million malicious events each day. Quad9's services are available to both individuals and organizations.
Quad9 is a recursive DNS service providing cybersecurity protection against malware and phishing. Quad9 is a Swiss public-benefit foundation which exists for the purpose of improving privacy and security, Quad9 does not collect or resell personal data. Its service is provided to individuals and organizations at no cost and requires no contract. The organization was launched in 2017 and now operates from nearly two hundred locations in ninety countries. Quad9 exists to improve end user protection and privacy worldwide in addition to promoting the stability and security of the Internet.
DATA SECURITY,PLATFORM SECURITY,SOFTWARE SECURITY
SentinelOne | September 22, 2022
SentinelOne, an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, today launched the inaugural LABScon, a conference dedicated to advancing cybersecurity research for the benefit of collective digital defense. The event features novel findings from sought-after voices in cybersecurity and groundbreaking research by leading research teams.
“The goal of LABScon is to provide a venue for advanced security collaboration and community building,” said Migo Kedem, VP Growth and Head of SentinelLabs, SentinelOne. “We are pleased to unite the cybersecurity community - researchers, vendors, and practitioners - to strengthen collective understanding of the security landscape. Only through shared knowledge and collaboration will cybersecurity evolve.”
The conference lineup features prominent speakers and world-class researchers presenting on today's most important cyber security topics. Conference highlights include:
Mark Russinovich, Microsoft Azure CTO, presents the story of his seminal malware analysis toolkit, which transformed malware analysis and forensic investigation
Dmitri Alperovitch, Executive Chairman of the Silverado Policy Accelerator and CrowdStrike Co-Founder and former CTO, discusses cyberwarfare and effective policies
Morgan Adamski, Director of NSA's Cyber Collaboration Center, keynotes “Operational Collaboration: The Realities of Success”
Chris Krebs, the first director of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Partner of the Krebs Stamos Group, shares in-the-trenches perspectives on cybersecurity and government
M.J. Emanuel, CISA Incident Response Analyst, delves into recent cyberattacks targeting satellite communications and critical infrastructure
Mauro Vignati, International Red Cross, discusses the line between combatants and digital collaborators in war
Thomas Rid, Professor of Strategic Studies and founding director of the Alperovitch Institute for Cybersecurity Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS, debuts cybersecurity discoveries
Kim Zetter, world-renowned cybersecurity author, facilitates fireside chats and shares perspectives on cyberwar
Kris McConkey, PwC’s Global Cyber Threat Intelligence Practice Lead, releases research detailing new activity emanating from Chinese advanced persistent threat (APT) groups
Mandiant, Sophos, Volexity, BlackLotus, PwC, and Binarly drops new APT research and vulnerabilities
SentinelLabs releases “Metador,” our most ambitious APT research to date
LABScon is hosted by SentinelLabs, a world-class team of security researchers that identifies critical vulnerabilities, new attack vectors, malware strains, and threat actors. The event is sponsored by Stairwell, Luta Security, Cisco Talos, GreyNoise, HP Wolf Security, Aesir, Binarly, Team Cymru, and ReversingLabs.
To stay updated with groundbreaking threat research and cybersecurity discoveries, visit https://www.sentinelone.com/labs/
SentinelOne’s cybersecurity solution encompasses AI-powered prevention, detection, response and hunting across endpoints, containers, cloud workloads, and IoT devices in a single autonomous XDR platform.