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2020 was a great year for ransomware, Palo Alto Networks says
A new report from the cybersecurity vendor's Unit 42 research arm found that the average ransom paid nearly more than doubled in 2020.
SASE: A new vision of the security perimeter for enterprise networks
With the bulk of access needs moving off-premise, public sector and higher education leaders should be rethinking security paradigms, say security experts.
Former Minneapolis CIO lands in K-12 cybersecurity job
Fadi Fadhil left the city government in December to work for Palo Alto Networks as a cybersecurity consultant specializing in the education sector.
With SASE, less means more for modern security outcomes
Palo Alto Networks executive discusses why secure access service edge (SASE) can reduce complexity and improve security for government’s remote workforce.
Re-envision network security with an ‘inverted’ perimeter
As the bulk of work flows increasingly outside traditional enterprise security barriers, agencies need to rethink network security paradigms.
Six ways to combat ransomware with modern network security
State and local agencies are increasingly targeted for ransomware attacks. A new report shares steps that can minimize risk.
North Carolina launches cybersecurity training program for veterans
The state is partnering with Cisco and other tech firms to offer free training to former military members pursuing cybersecurity careers.