Channel Scoop: February 2, 2018

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  • Davos 2018 – How Executives Should Approach Integrated Security: Palo Alto Networks chairman and CEO Mark McLaughlin recently participated in a moderated discussion addressing how cyberattacks have changed the way executives approach digital security. View the video.
  • Past and Present Tactics of Ransomware Attacks:  In recent months, there has been a tidal wave of ransomware attacks targeting numerous well-known organizations, and the threat is expected to continue to wreak havoc across the world in the future. Read more about the evolution of ransomware and then watch this video to understand how Traps advanced endpoint protection can prevent these types of attacks.


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