Palo Alto Networks Breach Prevention Week

07.03.16 14:00 – 07.03.16 15:00 Online
08.03.16 11:00 – 08.03.16 12:00 Online
09.03.16 11:00 – 09.03.16 12:00 Online
10.03.16 11:00 – 10.03.16 12:00 Online

Join the EMEA edition of Palo Alto Networks' Breach Prevention Week!

Now you can stop accepting breaches as inevitable.

Join the EMEA edition of Palo Alto Networks' Breach Prevention Week where you'll learn how to boost operational efficiency and enable any application while shutting down cyber attacks. You'll also find out why our next-generation security platform, combined with sophisticated analysis and enhanced automation, is the best defense against attacks compromising your networks, endpoints and cloud-enabled data centers.

What's lined up for Prevention Week?

  • March 7 - "How will EU regulations impact cybersecurity?"
    Palo Alto Network’s Greg Day, VP and Chief Security Officer for EMEA, is joined by industry experts including IDC for a live panel discussion on the impact of the upcoming EU Regulations. Our panelists will address several topics including the New Data Protection Regulation Reform and how public and private organisations need to be “state of the art” in terms of technical and organizational measures to manage their risks.
  • March 8 - "Automatically Prevent Known and Unknown Threats"
    During this EMEA Breach Prevention Week, Ronald den Braven, EMEA Consulting Engineer Malware/APT will cover how your organization can simplify it’s response to the most dangerous threats, automatically detecting unknown malware and quickly preventing threats before an enterprise is compromised.
  • March 9 - "Why Layered Security Strategies Don’t Work"
    It’s time to rethink IT security – not just the technology, but the way enterprises approach it from a strategic, architectural perspective. There are ways for organizations to build a comprehensive set of defenses – a security architecture – that can not only discourage attackers, but actually prevent them from penetrating your IT environment.

  • March 10 - "IE End-of-Support: Three Critical Ramifications and How to Overcome Them"
    Microsoft officially ended all support for Internet Explorer (IE) versions older than version 11 on January 12, 2016. Without security updates or technical support, organizations are exposed to potential risks in three critical areas. Join us for this session presented by Yiftach Keshet and Steve Gerrard.

  • Plus three great virtual Ultimate Test Drives
    Next-Gen Firewall, Virtual Data Center, Threat Prevention

Join the prevention movement, and let's eliminate breaches altogether – Register now for your session(s) of choice!



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