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I’ve pooled together my years of SD-WAN knowledge and experience to bring you the top 4 mistakes I’ve seen others make when starting an SD-WAN project. My objective isn’t to gloat in any way, but to pass the learning points on so that others may avoid such pitfalls in future! So here they are, the … Continued

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Agility is often cited as an objective when companies are looking at SD-WAN. Well, I firmly believe that the term ‘agility’, meaning making something quick and easy, should not only relate to the technology, but also to the integrator or managed service provider you’re working with. With daily challenges linked to shrinking IT teams and … Continued

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This blog is here to provide best practice recommendations with actions that Palo Alto Networks firewall administrators can take to prevent these vulnerabilities. What is Meltdown & Spectre? They are two security vulnerabilities which could allow attackers to abuse ‘speculative memory’ to access privileged memory to steal your passwords, encryption keys and additional private information. … Continued

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  Speed up your Security Tools – Find threats faster AND save money! Your network is a rich source of massive amounts of data in motion–the data that runs your business. It’s also an ever-expanding source of complexity, risk and cost that can easily overwhelm your security and monitoring tools. Find out how to make … Continued

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We live in a digital world where end users—be they customers, employees, partners or suppliers—expect applications and digital services to be fast, reliable and always-on, no matter what device they are on or where they are located. It’s all about the customer experience. To deliver five-star experiences, organizations employ various systems, methodologies, and tools in … Continued

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Palo Alto Networks have added support for archive (RAR/7z) & Linux (ELF) binaries to the WildFire public cloud subscription in the Application and Threat Content release version 745 dated 25/10/2017 for PAN-OS versions 8.0 and higher with malicious, benign, or grayware verdicts. The WildFire appliance does not support ELF and archive file analysis. Follow the … Continued

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Your bank now sends you a text message to validate your login or to get your password reset.  You feel so safe now!  No hacker can get you.  After all, you are now using “two factor” authentication (2FA) and the hacker would have to have both your phone and your password to get in.  Sounds … Continued

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2017 has been a Busy and exciting year At Teneo! Time flies when you’re invested on providing best in breed next-generation technology to more customers. Teneo kicked off 2017 by expanding our national US presence with our acquisition of MCS LLC. A few short months later, we received Riverbed Technology’s Americas President’s Choice Award which recognizes our best … Continued

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Palo Alto Networks have added a new URL filtering category called ‘command-and-control’, to identify the differences between malware and command and control (c2) URLs and domains. Until the new category is live, the URLs and domains are recorded with the malware category. Palo Alto quote ‘This command-and-control category is defined as command-and-control URLs and domains … Continued

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What’s New with Traps 4.1?

By Allen Wilkes
29/09/2017

What’s New with Traps 4.1 Palo Alto have released an update with Traps 4.1 with updates to further help customers prevent malware and kernel exploit attacks with enhancements to existing features and an all new Ransomware signature less detection feature. Joel Boyd – Palo Alto Sr. Product Marketing Manager – Traps says “Traps 4.1 further … Continued

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