Palo Alto Networks has launched its Networks AutoFocus cyber threat intelligence service.
The network security company said AutoFocus service enables security practitioners to gain access to intelligence derived from file analysis collected from over 5,000 enterprises, service providers, and government organization targeted by targeted attacks.
Palo Alto Networks said AutoFocus cyber threat intelligence service is capable of delivering context, such as the origin and uniqueness of a particular threat, or relevance to an organization’s industry, etc. to expose the latest threat tactics, techniques, and procedures used by attackers.
“By putting cyber threats in a context that speaks specifically to their network and industry, using the largest data set aggregated across customers and industries, we are helping customers around the world take a more strategic approach to securing their organizations,” said Lee Klarich, senior vice president of Product Management, Palo Alto Networks.
Meanwhile, Palo Alto Networks and VMware have expanded of their partnership to address mobile security needs.
Palo Alto Networks and VMware will integrate their enterprise security and mobile management technologies to give organizations a rich and unique combination of mobile device management (MDM) with threat prevention for secure enterprise BYOD support.