What's New From Palo Alto Networks
Palo Alto Networks looked to up its security game across the board at its Ignite 2017 event in Vancouver, Canada, this week, rolling out new technology products, partnerships and venture capital investments. The investments aim to upend the current security status quo in multiple areas, bringing in new talent and redefining what a security platform should look like. The changes build on a massive update Palo Alto Networks rolled out to its platform earlier this year, adding new features across its full technology set with the PAN-OS 8.0 update. In a Tuesday keynote at the event, Executive Vice President of Product Management Lee Klarich said the changes propel Palo Alto Networks to the next generation of security, one based on platform security and subscription services.
"Security can't stand still. Innovation has to continue," Klarich said. Take a look at five things Palo Alto Networks announced at its event this week.