Take Action and Automate Your Threat Prevention
To keep up with the modern malware and threat landscape, organizations must turn to automation. In a world where bots can wreak havoc on endpoints and data centers, it might seem counterintuitive to reduce the human element in your threat prevention strategies, but Palo Alto Networks' Elton Fontaine argues it's essential since those IT workers can refocus their attention on proactive security instead of reactive security. Visit our CDW Managing Risk SummIT landing page to view more articles and videos from the event.
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- Elton Fontaine, Director, Systems Engineering, Palo Alto Networks
- Automation is key because introducing manual solutions to threat prevention isn't scalable.
- Integration with surrounding infrastructure, such as the cloud, allows for a reduction of time spent on administrative work.
- Behavior-based security is the future and Magnifier, a Palo Alto product, detects malicious activity as part of an application framework.