Could it be time to automate configuration changes, management, and backups? In the ongoing effort to preemptively monitor your device operations and prevent downtime, the ability to harmonize device configurations could be the key to saving time and mitigating risk across your infrastructure.
But, where is the best place to begin? Rafi Zvi, Co-Founder of BackBox, will provide some tips for doing so during the webinar ‘How Organizations Can Gain Infrastructure Efficiency by Automating Their Network Operations’ on June 29.
Fuel caught up with Rafi Zvi to gain perspective on what to expect during this 45-minute educational webinar.
- Implement changes to Panorama device group Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) policies in minutes
- Enforce continuous compliance with security standards with proactive risk analysis
- Reduce the complexity of your hybrid network environment
As networks become increasing complex, it's critical to plan - and require - visibility. To do its job properly, each security and monitoring tool needs 100% access to the traffic flowing through the network. Without this visibility, you're blind to suspicious communications and blind to performance monitoring issues.
Join Fuel User Group and Garland Technology for a webinar addressing how to add native network access that can be used to build, evolve, and transform your network overtime.
Not sure if it’s the right time to migrate to PAN-OS 7.0? Have questions? Our members did! Luckily, we had Palo Alto Networks experts Moshe Itah and Joerg Sieberg on hand to answer questions in an exclusive Fuel Q&A webinar.
Whether you’re considering migrating to Palo Alto Networks systems or a current customer getting ready for the jump to PAN-OS 7.0, you’ll find the information you need to help you get started during our Migration Education Week! Every day on the blog this week starting today, March 7, we’ll be offering exclusive technical advice and resources to help you jumpstart your migration.
Fuel recently presented "Traffic Visibility & Attack Surface Reduction,” hosted by Kate Taylor of Palo Alto Networks. Here, Kate discusses how Palo Alto Networks’ implementation best practices tips and tricks for the NGFW’s App-ID, User-ID, and SSL decryption technology can help you accomplish your goals.
Fuel recently presented, “How to Expand Your Network Security Policy from Next-Gen Firewalls to Cloud Instances,” hosted by Ofer Or, vice president of products at Tufin. Here, Ofer dives deeper on some of his key takeaways and gives advice on what security professionals can do to make sure their networks are always secure.
Using two- or multifactor authentication on your Remote Access systems is a must. Every week, millions of user credentials are stolen — credentials that can potentially lead to unauthorized access into your network.
The GlobalProtect VPN allows for a large variety of configurations to meet the customer's individual needs. One popular solution for employing a multifactor authentication solution is implementing an LDAP profile for your GlobalProtect Portal and combining it with a RADIUS profile on the GlobalProtect Gateway.