Due to the recent rise in cryptocurrency trading prices, most online systems these days are often under the assault of crypto-mining botnets seeking to gain a foothold on unsecured systems and make a profit for their criminal overlords.
Palo Alto Networks updated its Prisma Access secure access service edge (SASE) platform that targets remote worker security with several new capabilities including better protection for non-web apps and auto remediation for network problems.
Network security firm Palo Alto Networks Inc. is targeting remote workers with an update today that brings stronger security and better management and performance features to its Prisma Access platform.
Palo Alto Networks today updated its Prisma Access cloud security platform to include a secure web gateway and self-healing capabilities, along with machine learning algorithms that can detect new security threats in real-time.
The U.S. government is paying hackers for vulnerabilities it finds in software and hardware used by corporations and governments. Once they've bought those vulnerabilities, they're turning them into cyberweapons employed in attacking or spying on adversaries.
TeamTNT, a notorious cybergang known for its container-based attacks on cloud infrastructure, has found Kubernetes to be a useful tool in its efforts to mine Monero cryptocurrency from other people’s servers, according to a new report from Unit 42, the research arm of Palo Alto Networks.
WASHINGTON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Suspected Chinese hackers exploited a flaw in software made by SolarWinds Corp to help break into U.S. government computers last year, five people familiar with the matter told Reuters, marking a new twist in a sprawling cybersecurity breach that U.S. lawmakers have labeled a national security emergency.
The 10 most valuable cybersecurity companies are worth more than $229 billion combined. Here’s a look at the big product, acquisition and channel bets they’ve made to establish and maintain their dominance.
Palo Alto Networks launched an IoT security product for health care that uses machine learning and crowd-sourced telemetry to profile medical devices on the network, find vulnerabilities, and block threats.
A piece of cryptojacking malware with a penchant for targeting the cloud has gotten some updates that makes it easier to spread and harder for organizations to detect when their cloud applications have been commandeered.
We spent much of 2020 moving heaven and earth to enable “remote everything” - from work, government and healthcare to education, fitness and entertainment. Shelter-in-place orders and travel restrictions imposed in early 2020 forced enterprises to quickly revamp their IT operations to provide remote access to employees, partners and customers.