Palo Alto Networks recently announced that it will send several executives to participate in the 46th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The 46th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum is being held this week. The theme of the meeting is “Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” and an emphasis is being placed on new security concerns for evolving technologies.
“In order to maintain trust in our digital age, we have to gain cost leverage in the cyber battle by increasing the difficulty of attacks at every point in their lifecycle through next-generation technology, faster intelligence and human coordination, and with smarter public policy.” Chief Executive Officer of Palo Alto Networks Mark Laughlin said. “This requires us to elevate the conversation in security beyond just a technology arms race to a discussion on how we, as a global community, plan to secure our digital realm. Palo Alto Networks is honored to be a part of driving this important conversation at Davos this year”.
“The cybersecurity issue continues to weigh heavily on the shoulders of businesses and governments around the world.” William H. Saito, vice chairman and Japan chief security officer at Palo Alto Networks, said. “A key element in being able to alleviate this growing pressure and put an end to the incoming tide of cyberbreaches is the progression of an international debate around a truly global problem. The World Economic Forum plays a valuable role in bringing together those who must be part of the solution.”