Palo Alto Networks to snap up Cider Security for $195m

Palo Alto Networks to snap up Cider Security for $195m

Palo Alto Networks is set to acquire Israeli software supply chain firm Cider Security in a deal being valued at $195m.

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Managing Cybersecurity in 2022, with Palo Alto Networks (CXOTalk #758)

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How should organizations tackle cybersecurity challenges – rising threat levels, ever-changing threat tactics, and the growing complexity of IT networks – in 2022 and beyond? And how can security leaders position themselves to capitalize on these challenges to maximize their enterprise’s cybersecurity posture? In this episode of CXOTalk, we discuss these issues and more with Anand Oswal, Senior Vice President and General Manager at Palo Alto Networks.

The conversation included these points:
— On the cybersecurity threat environment in 2022 and beyond
— On managing cybersecurity challenges
— On the importance of a unified security platform
— On zero trust security
— On the need for cloud-native security in a hybrid work environment
— On machine learning and automation for managing security
— On the evolving nature of cybersecurity threats
— On advice for security professionals
— On security advice for business leaders and board members

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Anand Oswal serves as Senior Vice President and General Manager at cyber security leader Palo Alto Networks where he leads the company’s Firewall as a Platform efforts.

Prior to this he was Senior Vice President of Engineering for Cisco’s Intent-Based Networking Group where he was responsible for building the entire set of platforms, from switching, wireless and routing to IoT and cloud services, that make up Cisco’s extensive enterprise networking portfolio.

Anand holds more than 60 U.S. patents and earned a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications from the College of Engineering, Pune, India and a master’s degree in computer networking from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.