Palo Alto Networks Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection Test Drive

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Palo Alto Ultimate Test Drive (UTD) hosted by Cymbel Corporation.
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TBD – Location in central Rte 128 area.



Interested in taking a Palo Alto Networks Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection test drive? Cymbel is working to schedule another event soon, time and place to be determined. You will get hands-on experience with the Palo Alto Networks next-generation security platform. This is a FREE half-day technical workshop dedicated to restoring visibility and control over the applications, users and content traversing your network. In this workshop you will learn how:

  • Traps replaces legacy AV with multi-method prevention
  • Traps prevents vulnerability exploits
  • Traps prevents malware infections
  • Palo Alto Networks next-generation security platform automatically converts threat intelligence into prevention

If you would be interested in attending the next UTD event, let us know and we will get in touch when it is finalized.

Cymbel's Taps Advanced Endpoint Protection Test Drive Event

Come join Cymbel and Palo Alto at Dave and Busters to learn how to secure your infrastructure from cloud to on premise to end points. Come take a Palo Alto Networks Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection test drive. Cymbel invites you to take the test drive for hands-on experience with the Palo Alto Networks next-generation security platform.This is a FREE half-day workshop to help restore visibility and control over the applications and content traversing your network 

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Introducing Traps – Advanced Endpoint Protection

Compromise isn’t inevitable, or at least it shouldn’t be. Traditional endpoint protection simply cannot keep up with the rapidly evolving threat landscape, leaving organizations vulnerable to advanced attacks.A new approach was needed, one that could rebuild confidence in endpoint security and prevent advanced attacks originating from executables, data files or network-based exploits, known and unknown, before any malicious activity could successfully run. We call this Advanced Endpoint Protection. By focusing our solution on the attacker’s core techniques and building traps to mitigate them, the attacker’s path for exploitation becomes known, even when the attack isn’t.DO MORE, WITH LESSTraps requires no definition updates or hardware, protects unpatched systems, is compatible with all physical or virtual Windows platforms including terminals, VDI, VMs and embedded systems, protects all applications including proprietary and 3rd party applications, and most importantly, it doesn’t need prior knowledge of an attack in order to prevent it.For more information:

PWC Report: Business Leader Guide To Security Framework

While few corporate executives and boards of directors would dispute the importance of cybersecurity, some may feel ill-prepared to begin the process of managing these risks given the myriad technical and non-technical elements of the issue. The goal of this document is to address this gap by providing corporate leaders a practical framework for addressing the people, process and technology elements of the cybersecurity challenge.

NSS Labs: Next Gen Firewall Test Report

NSS research indicates that NGFW devices are typically deployed to protect users rather than data center assets, and that the majority of enterprises will not separately tune intrusion prevention system (IPS) modules within their NGFWs. Therefore, during NSS testing, NGFW products are configured with the vendor’s pre-defined or recommended (i.e., “out-of-the-box”) settings in order to provide readers with relevant security effectiveness and performance dimensions based on their expected usage. Using the recommended policy, the Palo Alto Networks PA-7050 blocked 94.4% of attacks against server applications, 97.1% of attacks against client applications, and 95.8% of attacks overall. The device proved effective against all evasion techniques tested. The device also passed all stability and reliability tests. The Palo Alto Networks PA-7050 is rated by NSS at 42,324 Mbps, which is lower than the vendor-claimed performance; Palo Alto Networks rates this device at 60 Gbps. NSS-Tested Throughput is calculated as an average of all of the “real-world” protocol mixes and the 21 KB HTTP response-based capacity test.

What Are Exploit Kits And Are You Protected?

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Firewall Features Overview

Fundamental shifts in application usage, user behavior, and complex, convoluted network infrastructure create a threat landscape that exposes weaknesses in traditional port-based network security. Your users want access to an increasing number of applications, operating across a wide range of device types, often with little regard for the business or security risks. Meanwhile, data center expansion, network segmentation, virtualization, and mobility initiatives are forcing you to rethink how to enable access to applications and data, while protecting your network from a new, more sophisticated class of advanced threats that evade traditional security mechanisms.  

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Traps: Advanced Endpoint Protection

Palo Alto Networks Traps replaces traditional antivirus with multi-method prevention, a proprietary combination of purpose-built malware and exploit prevention methods that protect users and endpoints from known and unknown threats. Traps prevents security breaches, in contrast to breach detection and incident response after critical assets have already been compromised.

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Zero Trust on the Endpoint

The Forrester Zero Trust Model (Zero Trust) of information security advocates a “never trust, always verify” philosophy in protecting information resources. Though the model has traditionally been applied to network communications, it is clear that today’s cyber threats warrant a new approach in which the Zero Trust model is extended to endpoints. Palo Alto Networks® Traps™ Advanced Endpoint Protection is an innovative endpoint protection technology that prevents exploits and malicious executables, both known and unknown. It has the proven capacity to act as the enforcer for Zero Trust and to serve as a vital component of an enterprise’s security architecture and compliance suite on the endpoint.

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Introducing Next-Generation Honeynets

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Attivo Networks is introducing a next-generation, virtualized honeynet solution which enables you to quickly deploy information resources that appear to be part of your network. These honeynets are closely monitored virtual environments that appear to contain information and services of value to attackers that require very little maintenance. Attivo honeynets host multiple Windows and Linux operating systems running a multitude of applications and services so that attackers would falsely believe they are accessing production networks. Attivo honeynets represent a low maintenance, low false positive detection control to alert you to attackers who have bypassed your perimeter defenses.

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Introducing Active Breach Detection

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LightCyber’s Active Breach Detection identifies active attacks after they have circumvented your threat prevention systems and before they have created a material breach of confidential information. LightCyber uses a combination of (1) machine learning to continuously profile user and device behavior to detect malicious attack behavior on your network, and (2) validates the attack using agentless endpoint analysis. The result of this combination of coordinated network and endpoint analyses is high-quality alerts with a very low rate of false positives. Finally, LightCyber integrates with your prevention controls for remediation.

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Introducing the Cloud-DMZ (TM)


Sentrix Cloud-DMZ Picture1Sentrix has introduced a paradigm-shifting architecture for web application security that leverages the cloud as an enterprise protective zone (DMZ) to eliminate the complete range of web application/site attacks including DDoS. In addition, moving deterministic content to the cloud enables easy scalability when needed. Traditional Web Application Firewalls cannot keep up with the rapid changes driven by DevOps and marketing, and therefore devolve into low-value, blacklisting controls. Sentrix’s continous web application/site crawling automatically updates the secure, cloud-based content replica and white list rules to protect business transactions.

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Practical Zero Trust Recommendations

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Cymbel has adopted Forrester’s Zero Trust Model for Information Security. Zero Trust means there are no longer “trusted” networks, devices, or users. There is no such thing as 100% Prevention, if there ever was. In light of the changes we’ve seen during the last several years, this is the only approach that makes sense. There is simply no way to prevent end points and servers from becoming compromised 100% of the time. For more details see Cymbel’s Zero Trust Recommendations.

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Modern Malware for Dummies

Modern malware has transformed into highly sophisticated network applications and has, in the process, changed the world of enterprise security and how networks are attacked.  These threats are experts at remaining hidden from traditional security while exhibiting an intelligence, resiliency, and scale that has never before been seen in malware.

“Modern Malware for Dummies,” by Lawrence C. Miller, provides an in-depth examination of real-world attacks and modern malware threats, the shortcomings of legacy security solutions, the capabilities of next-generation firewalls, and security best practices.

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Defense-in-Depth Architecture focused on Applications, Users & Data

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In response to the five forces of change, our approach to defense-in-depth has changed. Our solutions are focused on applications, users, and data. In addition, many of our solutions have embraced function consolidation or unification. For example, in network security, firewall and IPS functionality are unified in next-generation firewalls. Overall, the benefits include:

  • Reduced IT Security risks
  • Reduced costs of meeting regulatory compliance requirements
  • Reduced IT Operations costs
  • Increased IT Service availability and performance
  • Improved IT alignment with business needs.

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