Monday December 23, 2019
This year’s Fuel for Thought blog covered a range of topics, from how-to tutorials on IPSec tunnels, to SSL decryption, PAN OS 9.0 and more. In case you missed it, take a look at some of the top viewed Fuel for Thought blogs from 2019.
By George Finney, Fuel User Group Board Member
As a chief information security officer (CISO) for a university, George Finney sometimes introduces himself in meetings as "Big Brother" to break the ice a bit. But jokes aside, it’s important for users to know cybersecurity professionals have well-defined rules of engagement when handling personal information. In this article, get a walk-through of how SSL decryption can help you maintain the high level of security standards your users have come to expect.
By Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member
Setting up a connection between two sites is a very common thing to do. With a Palo Alto Networks firewall to any provider, it’s very simple. With a Palo Alto Networks firewall to another Palo Alto Networks firewall, it’s even easier. Here’s a step-by-step process for how to get an IPSec tunnel built between two Palo Alto Network firewalls.
By Blake Volk, Fuel User Group Member
Palo Alto Networks has released PAN OS 9.0 to the user community, and now after releasing version 9.0.3, there are a lot of great features Fuel member Blake Volk is excited to run and use in his environment. Multiple features have been added to cover the enterprise as a whole, and also to streamline the conversion process of legacy policies to app-based policies. Read more about his exploration into PAN OS 9.0.
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