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Today we announced that LightCyber has joined Palo Alto Networks. LightCyber’s technology will bring award-winning, highly automated, and accurate behavioral analytics technology to the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, enhancing its ability to catch hard-to-find threats like internal reconnaissance and lateral movement inside the network. Since its inception, Palo Alto Networks has pioneered new…

With dwell time still averaging about five months, it’s clear that today’s approach to detecting a network intruder or a malicious insider simply is not working. Even with the best preventative security, attackers will find a way to compromise a user. There are far too many ways for a dedicated attacker to find a gap…

Here’s the scenario. An intruder has been lingering in your network for eight months. Since first gaining a foothold by compromising the HR Director’s computer, the intruder has been able to quietly scope out the network and now has an excellent picture of the servers, data stores, cloud data centers, users, networking equipment and IP-enabled…

How to Choose Amongst a Dizzying Array of New Machine Learning Solutions The cracks in traditional threat prevention infrastructure are clearly exposed. Motivated attackers can always find a way into any given network. As a result of this growing challenge, the market has produced a range of new solutions designed to detect active attacks and…

Do your compliance initiatives make you feel more secure? Most likely, the answer is “no.” While PCI compliance is more effective than most regulations, it’s not always easy for organizations to satisfy PCI’s twelve high-level requirements and 200+ sub-requirements. Therefore, some security professionals focus on “checking the box” to meet the minimum requirements for PCI…