Channel Scoop: December 21, 2018

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Sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s Channel Scoop.


2019 Partner Campaigns. Jump-start the new year with a new campaign. On the partner portal, find information on everything from hosting your own security day, to leading a Best Practice Assessment (BPA).

Partner Technical Resources. There are many valuable resources available throughout the partner portal. We now have a Technical Resources page where you can easily find quick links. Check it out!

Cyberthreats in 2019. When it comes to realistic predictions for the year ahead, there are certain trends that research shows will continue to move upward. Read more about what you can expect in the new year.

Unit 42 Threat Intelligence Portal. Find the latest research, reports, adversary playbooks and podcasts from Unit 42. Take a look around the new portal. Invite your customers and prospects to explore as well. It’s open to the public.

Bank Central Asia Case Study. Find out how Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls with URL Filtering, Threat Prevention, WildFire and Panorama helped Bank Central Asia strengthen their security and simplify network management.



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