Spark User Summit London: Agenda Sneak Peek

Posted by Joerg Sieber on May 7, 2015 2:30:00 PM

by Fuel HQhwsrhrrq-2

Fuel User Group's first ever Spark User Summit is only days away from taking place on 12 May in London, UK. 

Here are examples of sessions attendees will experience:

  • Migrating to Palo Alto Networks Firewalls (Hands-on Session): Bring your laptop and plug in for an in-depth look at best practices for migrating your current policies to utilize your next-generation firewall to the fullest.  The Palo Alto Networks Migration tool 3.0 is a new release that helps automate and accelerate the migration from third-party firewall vendors to Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls, as well as the migration from port-based security policies to an application-based approach with App-ID. This hands-on session will train you to utilize the many capabilities of this new tool as we demonstrate a migration from a Cisco ASA environment to a Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall. We'll demonstrate how you can get the most value from your next-generation firewall while reducing your attack surface, and regaining visibility and control over your organization through the use of App-ID.
  • Essential Steps to Preventing Threats: Secret Tips for Getting the Most from Your NGFW: Palo Alto Networks threat experts have gathered a "secret list" from our customers, detailing unexpected and interesting ways of preventing both known and unknown threats. See what you've been missing, and leave the session with practical ways to better protect your organization, using what you already have. This must-attend session will provide in-depth policy recommendations, introduce compelling application of tools in PAN-OS, and much more "top tips" to simplify the job of stopping adversaries, and using the platform in ways you never expected.

If you're in the UK and would like to gain actionable solutions for your organization, there is still time to register. Click here for more information. 



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