Cybersecurity Question of the Month: April

Posted by Fuel HQ on Mar 23, 2018 3:15:42 PM

We share your responses to the Fuel Cybersecurity Question of the Month
Friday, March 23, 2018

Each month, we ask Fuel members to weigh in with their opinions on the Cybersecurity Question of the Month, and we’re sharing their answers here.

This month we had multiple Fuel members voice their response to a question on the topic of Using Multi-Factor Authentication.

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Palo Alto Networks, Fuel member, cybersecurity question of the month, cybersecurity tools

Cybersecurity Question of the Month: Tools for Increased Efficiency

Posted by Fuel HQ on Jan 2, 2018 11:20:15 AM

We share your responses to the December Cybersecurity Question of the Month
Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Each month, we ask Fuel members to weigh in with their opinions on the Cybersecurity Question of the Month, and we’re sharing their answers here.

Fuel Member Asim Saleem shared his perspective on the most recent Cybersecurity Question of the Month.

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Palo Alto Networks, Fuel member, cybersecurity question of the month, cybersecurity tools

Cybersecurity Question of the Month: Addressing the Cybersecurity Talent Gap

Posted by Fuel HQ on Dec 12, 2017 11:45:00 AM

We share your responses to the November Cybersecurity Question of the Month
Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Each month, we ask Fuel members to weigh in with their opinions on the Cybersecurity Question of the Month, and we’re sharing their answers here.

Fuel User Group member Jeff Donaldson shared his perspective on the most recent Cybersecurity Question of the Month. 

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Palo Alto Networks, Fuel member, cybersecurity question of the month, cybersecurity careers, cybersecurity skills gap

3 Strategies to Better Secure Point-to-Point VPNs

Posted by Jack R. Weiner on Dec 5, 2017 10:53:40 AM

By Jack R. Weiner, Network Engineer, Rush Copley Medical Center
Tuseday, December 5, 2017

Many of us have the task of connecting our network to trusted vendors and partners. While this will make it easier for business to get done, it can also open us to threats. Remember the Target hack? That was the worst possible result for a point-to-point VPN. Target had set up a VPN between their network and a small HVAC vendor, who only had one IT person on their staff. This was the vector which the hackers exploited to access the Target network.

There are several preventative measures you can take to make your network as secure as possible.        

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Palo Alto Networks, Point to Point VPNs, strategies for security, PAN-OS 8.0, Fuel member stories, Fuel member, Spark User Summits

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