Palo Alto Networks Day Japan 2017: Evolving Cybersecurity Efforts to Increase Trust in the Digital Age and Prevent Cyberattacks

Palo Alto Networks Day Japan 2017: Evolving Cybersecurity Efforts to Increase Trust in the Digital Age and Prevent Cyberattacks

Palo Alto Networks Day 2017, our third annual global cybersecurity conference in Japan, was a great success, attracting over 2,600 registrations. The number of attendees has more than doubled each year of the conference; and the spike in attendance reflects growing interest in cybersecurity updates on next-generation technology, the current cyberthreat landscape, Japan’s cybersecurity policy, [...]

No End in Sight for Impact of Equifax Breach

No End in Sight for Impact of Equifax Breach

It is a terrible time for privacy in the United States. There are very few institutions that we entrust to hold nearly all our financial records, and one of them, Equifax, admits to losing them. The full impact of the breach will be felt over time, and right now nothing has changed in our lives besides [...]

When It Comes to Crypto, What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

When It Comes to Crypto, What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

Most of us have heard the phrase “What you don’t know can’t hurt you.” While this may hold true for some circumstances, in the case of an audit, the opposite is true. A large part of an auditor’s job is to discover and know about exposures and gaps that could hurt the organizations for which [...]

The Farmer and the Equifax

The Farmer and the Equifax

In the wake of major disasters, companies often retrench to their board rooms and ask questions about the state of their own resilience. These questions follow one of two tracks: First is a retrospective post-mortem of their own company, or preferably an affected competitor. It starts with a question like, “How would we be affected [...]