Palo Alto Networks Enhances Cloud Data Security With DSPM and DDR

Palo Alto Networks is stepping up cloud data security by introducing two powerful solutions, Data Security Posture Management (DSPM) and Data Detection and Response (DDR). These tools are engineered to provide businesses with greater visibility and control over their data in cloud environments, ensuring compliance and safeguarding against potential breaches. Leveraging advanced analytics and real-time monitoring, Palo Alto Networks’ enhancements offer a more comprehensive approach to securing sensitive information in the cloud. Learn more in this Gestalt IT article by Sulagna Saha.


Security Field Day 11 – Palo Alto

In this video following Security Field Day, Max Mortillaro and Arjan Timmerman discuss Palo Alto Networks’ Prisma Cloud solution, a key player in securing cloud infrastructure and workloads. This comprehensive security platform aims to provide visibility and control over data across the entire cloud environment, ensuring robust protection. For an in-depth look at Prisma Cloud’s capabilities and how it secures cloud-native applications, be sure to view Max’s presentation.


Prisma Cloud: Helping Organizations Improve Their Data Security Posture

Max Mortillaro highlights the innovative data security solutions presented by Palo Alto Networks at Security Field Day, emphasizing the importance of their Prisma Cloud service in advancing cloud data security. Prisma Cloud addresses critical gaps in enterprise data management with features like Data Security Posture Management (DSPM) and Data Detection and Response (DDR), which are key to maintaining organizational data hygiene across cloud environments. The platform’s specialized focus on cloud-based DSPM and DDR sets it apart, pinpointing the need for C-level executives to prioritize data asset criticality for comprehensive security and management. Read more in this article at TECHunplugged!


Taking Security Seriously at Security Field Day 11

Mark your calendars for Wednesday and Thursday, April 10 and 11, and join Tech Field Day for Security Field Day, featuring industry leaders Aryaka, Index Engines, Zerto, and Palo Alto Networks. The event kicks off with Aryaka’s presentation on their SASE-as-a-Service, followed by Zerto discussing ransomware prevention, and Palo Alto Networks on Data Security Posture Management. On Thursday we have Index Engines unveiling their newest CyberSense capabilities. Tune in for the live event on LinkedIn and check out the Tech Field Day YouTube channel for on-demand replays.


Looking Forward to Network Field Day 23

Pete Welcher posted about our September Networking Field Day event over on LinkedIn. He’s looking forward to the event overall, but the highlight of this article are his thoughts about the presenting companies. He mentions Arista, Cisco, Juniper Networks, and Palo Alto, which he calls “four of the top five” networking companies. He’s also keen on seeing Apstra, Broadcom, Catchpoint, Intel, PathSolutions, and VMware, though the latter is not able to present at this event this time.


Stopping Security Silos With Palo Alto Networks Cortex

Security silos can make us miss the important things. Tom Hollingsworth heard from Palo Alto Network at Security Field Day and looks at Cortex and how it can help us get better results from our data without the silos getting in the way.


My Time at Palo Alto Networks

Evan Mintzer attended Security Field Day earlier this year as a delegate. At the event, he got to hear from Palo Alto Networks. He wasn’t too familiar with the company prior to their presentation, only knowing they made application aware. Over the course of their presentation, he got to hear from a lot of people at the company, and discovered how they are working to change the IT security landscape.


Security for You, but Organized.

In this piece, Shaun Bender wrote about what Palo Alto Networks presented at Security Field Day earlier this year. This was on Shaun’s first Field Day experience. We love having new voices around the table, and we can’t wait to hear more from Shaun going forward.


Next Gen Firewalls With a Side of Cloud Services

Prior to seeing Palo Alto Networks present at Security Field Day, Michael Davis saw them at their Ignite Conference. He was curious what the company would add to their presentation to make it stand out with that event so recently in the rear view. They showed off their Panorama next-generation firewall management solution. But the real meat of the presentation was on Prisma Public Cloud, the result of their recent Redlock acquisition. There were also demos of Cortex XDR and Demisto, designed to help combat alert fatigue. It was a lot of information to take in, but had a lot of interesting security implications.


Security Field Day 2

Michael Davis has long been a fan of Field Day events, and now he gets to join the delegate community. He’ll be at Security Field Day this week and he’s excited to hear from the presenters, and to meet the other delegates. Be sure to check out our live stream of the event to watch along with Michael, or catch the full edited video posted soon after.


The Good, the Bad, and the Questionable: Acquisition Activities

There have been a number of notable acquisitions in IT recently, and Tom Hollingsworth breaks them down into the good, the bad, and the…questionable in this post. One of our upcoming presenters for Security Field Day, Palo Alto Networks, made what Tom thinks is a good move in acquiring Twistlock. This should provide them the talent and IP to offer container visibility solutions, which is needed to stay relevant in infrastructure security.