The pervasiveness of data breaches has firmly placed the topic of cybersecurity on the agenda of the Board of Directors. It is part of their responsibility as members of the board to understand the threat landscape, current best practices, and what the company is doing to protect the employees, customers, constituents and shareholders. This brief contains some of the key things the Board of Directors and the cyber risk committee need to do to minimize risk and approach security with a prevention mindset.


Cyber Threat Report: Reconnaissance 2.0

Attackers have developed an arsenal of tools and techniques to break into organizations’ networks and steal valuable information. This report reveals the latest tactics that threat actors use to stay under the radar while conducting internal reconnaissance. It also explains how automation has enabled amateur hackers to carry out advanced reconnaissance and accelerate the speed of attacks.

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Preventing Ransomware: What Your Security Architecture Must Do

This checklist provides a step-by-step guide to implementing a true prevention-based platform that may help prevent you from falling victim to a ransomware attack.

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Ransomware: Common Attack Methods

This brief discusses the common attack methods for delivering ransomware to enable you to focus your security controls on the areas most likely to be leveraged and reduce the risk of infection.

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Prisma Public Cloud at a Glance

With Prisma Public Cloud by Palo Alto Networks®, organizations can maintain compliance, govern security, and enable security operations across public cloud computing environments.

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The Value of the Next-Generation Security Platform

See how the Next-Generation Security Platform has helped customers improve their security posture and reduce their total cost of ownership.

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Traps Enterprise ELA

Palo Alto Networks® engaged independent data privacy risk management provider TRUSTe® to review and document the data flows and practices described in this datasheet. This document provides the customers of Palo Alto Networks with information needed to assess the impact of WildFire on their overall privacy posture by detailing how personal information may be captured, processed and stored by and within WildFire and its associated components.

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