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Enterprise security company Palo Alto Networks may be growing 46% year on year, but that's not enough - it is now focused on an even more aggressive growth curve, and partnering with mega tech distributor Ingram Micro to do it.
Palo Alto Networks had already built up a channel network since it first arrived in the Asia Pacific region four years ago, but the strategy to work with the world's largest distributor of computer and technology products is very much about getting to the next level, said Sharat Sinha, Vice President, Asia Pacific, Palo Alto Networks.
Skype users are at risk of being infected with a new trojan dubbed T9000 that can record video calls, audio calls and chat messages. Researchers at Palo Alto Networks discovered the new type of backdoor malware and explained that once installed it can evade detection by many popular antivirus systems, including some big names such as Kaspersky and Panda.
Palo Alto Networks researchers spotted a new, more complex backdoor trojan that is targeting Skype users and which can identify and evade the security software found on the victim's computer.
A new sophisticated Skype malware that can spy on and record victims’ Skype calls, video and text chats, all the while evading detections by 24 leading computer security and anti-virus products has been discovered by Researchers at Palo Alto Networks.
Die IT ist derzeit deutlicher im Wandel begriffen als die Jahre zuvor. Trends wie Big Data, Cloud oder das Internet der Dinge stellen IT-Sicherheitsverantwortliche vor eine immer größere Herausforderung.
Sophisticated Trojan goes to 'great lengths' to avoid detection by security products, warn Palo Alto Networks researchers.
Geographically distributed agricultural interest SunRice is in a stronger position to support greater use of cloud services after an infrastructure upgrade using Palo Alto Networks that dramatically restructured its telecommunications and modernised its data-security infrastructure.
Cyber attacks aren’t as lucrative and determined as once thought, but without a preemptive strategy, a company’s data may be at risk.
Findings from a new report by Palo Alto Networks and the Ponemon Institute have revealed a fascinating insight into what motivates cyber-criminals to do what they do and how organizations can harden their defenses against them.
The majority of cyber attackers are motivated by money, but make less than $15,000 per successful attack, according to a survey of hackers in the U.S., U.K. and Germany released yesterday by the Ponemon Institute, sponsored by Palo Alto Networks.
A report from Palo Alto Networks has revealed that UK cyber criminals earn an average of just £8,600 from one successful attack.
A Palo Alto Networks publicou os resultados de uma pesquisa patrocinada pela empresa para explorar os fatores econômicos dos ataques cibernéticos. O relatório intitulado "Flipping the Economics of Attacks", oferece informações sobre tópicos como os ganhos médios de um cibercriminoso, quanto tempo normalmente dura um ataque e como impedir violações bem-sucedidas de dados ao aumentar o custo de executá-las.
Research out today from US-based security company Palo Alto Networks has discovered that the average cybercriminal earns less than $30,000 (£21,007) a year from their misdeeds, which is a quarter of the average salary of a cybersecurity professional.
Rick Howard, CSO of Palo Alto Networks, debates Chris Drake, CEO of Armor, on whether cybersecurity information sharing allows network defenders to stay ahead of adversaries.
New research has revealed the full extent of the economics involved in cyber crime, with UK malware makers earning less than their foreign counterparts. Research from Palo Alto Networks and the Ponemon Institute showed that UK hackers earn £8,600 for a successful attack, compared to £10,400 for those in Germany, and £10,900 in the US.
Ransomware is a relatively new type of threat, and like most malware it is constantly changing. Ryan Olson is the director of the threat intelligence team at Palo Alto Networks, and he spoke with the Cipher Brief about the threat posed by ransomware.
A group dubbed “Scarlet Mimic” is behind attacks against minority rights activists that began more than four years ago, although they've shifted both their tactics and the malware used, the Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 researchers who have tracked the attacks for seven months said in a blog post.
Threat intelligence sharing has a complex history within the security industry. The premise is simple: cybercriminals will often launch attacks with similar components, using the same tactics, or even re-use the same malware or exploits over and over again.
Das Entsorgungsunternehmen der Stadt Zürich bringt ihre Endpunkt-Sicherheit auf den neuesten Stand und profitiert von reduziertem Administrationsaufwand. Ein Praxisbeispiel aus dem Kehrichtalltag.
L'Union européenne est parvenue à un accord sur son projet de Règlement Général sur la Protection des Données (GDPR) qui réactualise et remplace la Directive européenne sur la protection des données dont les règles avaient été définies pour la première fois en 1995 (directive 95/46/CE). Quelles nouvelles perspectives et orientations stratégiques ?
Le renouvellement du cœur de réseau a été l’occasion de moderniser la sécurité de toute l’infrastructure. De quoi lui permettre de supporter de nouveaux services,
Palo Alto Networks has come across a new family of proxy-creating malware, called ProxyBack, that the company said it believes has been in the wild since 2014 and may have more than 20 versions now running.
Security researchers at Palo Alto Networks have discovered a new family of malware that secretly turns infected systems into Internet proxies.
Researchers have discovered a new type of malware that infects home computers and turns them into Internet proxies. Palo Alto Networks, the security company that discovered this malware, thinks users' PCs are being used by a Russian company inside their Web proxy service.
If cybersecurity wasn't topical before 2015, it will be in 2016 and, according to two investment banks, No. 1 cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks stands disproportionately apt to soar on the fervor.
A threat group known for targeting Russian organizations has recently started using a new tool in its cyber espionage operations, Palo Alto Networks reported.