Cyber-attacks are growing more frequent and sophisticated by the day. Traditional security solutions are proving to be ineffective against modern cyber-threats. These attacks tend to be highly evasive and take advantage of relatively unprotected channels, such as DNS to maintain control of infected devices and steal data.
To combat this threat, many organisations have added additional point products such as sandboxes and DNS security technologies to bolster their traditional firewalls. But this siloed approach often requires significant infrastructure changes, and can lead to complexity and an even greater potential for breach.
Please join our webinars being held on the 18th and 19th February, where Jon Wood, Systems Engineer at Palo Alto Networks, will explain how natively integrating these cyber-security technologies into your existing next-generation firewall can provide a more consistent defence against cyber-threats.
The purpose of this session is to provide you with an update on the new Palo Alto Networks DNS security subscriptions, outlining:
- Why automation is essential to tackle zero-day exploits and malware
- Why traditional sandboxes wont effectively control threats
- Why command and control is such an important part of the attack lifecycle
- How attackers can easily bypass security controls using DNS.