We recently held two Palo Alto Networks Day Seminars in major cities in Japan: Osaka on June 24, and Tokyo on June 26. With about 450 attendees total, we welcomed the largest attendance we’ve have ever had at a Palo Alto Networks seminar in the country.
These Palo Alto Networks Day Seminars were like “mini” versions of Ignite, our user conference that took place in Las Vegas back in April. Like Ignite, VMware and Aruba Networks sponsored the event and conducted sessions.
Let’s look at some scenes from our mini-Ignite in Japan:
Palo Alto Networks Day Seminar in Tokyo. The seminar room was full from beginning to end.
If you’ve attended any of our previous Ignite conferences, including Ignite 2014 back in April, you’re eligible to join the Ignite Alumni Netowork, where you’ll be able to access on-demand video, presentation slides and many other resources from past Ignite events. This year’s conference was our best yet, and as of June, all of our resources have been completely updated — we invite you to check back if you haven’t been by in a while!
Here’s all of the top Palo Alto Networks news from this past week.
Gal Badishi discusses CVE-2014-1776 and how the reuse of code makes attacks easier than ever.
We joined the Symantec Advanced Threat Protection Alliance.
CRN’s Robert Westervelt spent time with Ron Myers & Tracy Pallas at Ignite 2014 to talk about the commitment to our partners.