Palo Alto Networks flags top cyberthreats, offers new zero-day protections

Firewall and security software vendor Palo Alto Network’s annual Ignite conference kicked off Tuesday, highlighted by several product announcements, which were unveiled alongside the company’s latest threat report.

Palo Alto’s “What’s Next in Cyber” report named ransomware and business email compromise as the most common attacks faced by businesses worldwide, with supply chain threats, malicious insiders and DDoS attacks rounding out the top five. Over the course of the past year, 96% of respondents to the company’s executive survey said that they’d experienced at least one security breach, and over half said that they’d experienced three or more. Fully 84% said that they pin the responsibility for increased security incidents in the past year on the growing prevalence of remote work.

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