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Webcast Today: Five Steps to a Secure Hybrid Architecture

SecurityWeek and Palo Alto Networks will host a live network security webinar on Wednesday, July 27th at 1:00PM ET: Five Steps to a Secure Hybrid Architecture.

SecurityWeek and Palo Alto Networks will host a live network security webinar on Wednesday, July 27th at 1:00PM ET: Five Steps to a Secure Hybrid Architecture.

A hybrid Architecture is one of the easiest ways to securely address new application requirements and cloud-first development initiatives. This approach allows you to start small and expand as your requirements change while maintaining a strong security posture. 

Register now to learn the 5 key steps to building a hybrid architecture in AWS using the VM-Series next-generation firewall. 

Can’t make the live event? Register now and you can watch on demand later.

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