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Palo Alto Networks: Are You AI Ready?

Palo Alto Networks: Are You AI Ready?

Date of beginning

Monday, 29 April 2019

Duration

1 day

City

Sacramento

Country

United States

Contact

Palo Alto Networks

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AI, ML and automation“Through 2023, 99% of firewall breaches will be caused by firewall misconfigurations, not firewall flaws.”We believe network security should be simple . The best security outcomes result from an integrated high-performance platform that’s easy to operate. Automation and machine learning-powered analytics will save you time and strengthen your security. Join us for a Network Security Seminar in Sacramento, CA on April 29th at 10:30 a.m. (registration begins at 10:00 a.m.). Our experts will tackle your toughest security challenges, from the branch and mobile users, to the data center and cloud. Hear about the latest innovations in the industry’s fastest next-generation firewall platform that reduces the need for disconnected point products. Seminar highlights: - Nearly 80% of malware attacks use DNS*. Are you inspecting your DNS traffic for threats?- Close dangerous policy gaps by using the new Policy Optimizer to migrate from legacy rules.- Use XDR to detect and respond to threats across network, endpoints, and cloud.- Implement Zero Trust now . Get practical advice on best practices for success.- Moving to SD-WAN? Rearchitect your security for branch and retail sites .- Adopt best practices with our comprehensive set of complimentary security tools. Please register here . * Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 research shows nearly 80% of malware attacks use DNS to establish command and control (C2). Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Price:price 1: USD 0 Venue Details: Hyatt Regency Sacramento, Capital View Room, 1209 L Street, Sacramento, CA, 95814, United States