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Cloud Security Certifications

Prisma Certified Cloud Security Engineer (PCCSE)

The PCCSE certification covers how to onboard, deploy, and administer all aspects of Prisma Cloud.
The Palo Alto Networks Certified Cloud Security Engineer (PCCSE) certification validates the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to onboard, deploy, and administer all aspects of Prisma Cloud. PCCSE covers Prisma Cloud, Prisma Cloud Enterprise, and Prisma Cloud Compute. It showcases an individual's knowledge of the Prisma Cloud platform applications, data, and the entire cloud native technology stack—throughout the development lifecycle and across multi- and hybrid cloud environments.

(EDU-242) Prisma Cloud: Implementation and Configuration

Prisma Cloud is the industry’s most complete Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP), with the industry’s broadest security and compliance coverage—for infrastructure, workloads, and applications, across the entire cloud native technology stack—throughout the development lifecycle and across hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
In this course, you will be introduced to the Cloud Security Posture Management and Cloud Workload Protection modules:

• Onboard cloud accounts to enable visibility, compliance, and governance with Cloud Security Posture Management
• Manage users and enable third party IdP providers authentication using SSO
• Monitor, investigate, and remediate issues triggered by alerts and send notifications to integrated third-party services
• Protect run-time environments with Cloud Workload Protection

Palo Alto Networks Micro‑Credential Remote Network Administrator (PMRnA)

The PMRnA micro-credential validates the comprehensive knowledge, skills, and abilities required for a network engineer deploying Prisma SASE and implementing SD-WAN for remote networks.
The Palo Alto Networks Micro-Credential Remote Network Administrator (PMRnA) validates the comprehensive knowledge, skills, and abilities required for a network engineer deploying Prisma SASE and implementing SD-WAN for remote networks. Prisma SASE is the combination of Prisma Access and Prisma SD-WAN to provide customers secure access directly at the service edge. The PMRnA validates that individuals can connect remote sites with Prisma SD-WAN to Prisma Access.

Target Audience

PMRnA is for Security Engineers, System and Consulting Engineers, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Security Administrators, Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Specialists, Cyber Defense Analysts, Network Engineers, Technical Support Associates, Network Operations Specialists, Network Security Associates, Implementation and Hybrid Engineers, and Customer Support Engineers.

Palo Alto Networks Micro‑Credential Remote User Administrator (PMRuA)

The PMRuA micro-credential validates the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for a network engineer responsible for deploying Prisma SASE. PMRuA-credentialed individuals have demonstrated the comprehensive knowledge and skills to implement SASE to secure mobile users.

Certification Objectives

The Palo Alto Networks Micro-Credential for Remote User Administrator (PMRuA) validates the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for a network engineer responsible for deploying Prisma SASE. PMRuA-credentialed individuals demonstrate the comprehensive knowledge and skills to implement Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) to secure mobile users. The PMRuA micro-credential validates that individuals can deploy and manage Prisma Access and Prisma SD-WAN to provide customers secure access directly at the service edge.

Target Audience
PMRuA is for Security Engineers, System and Consulting Engineers, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Security Administrators, Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support Specialists, Cyber Defense Analysts, Network Engineers, Technical Support Associates, Network Operations Specialists, Network Security Associates, Implementation and Hybrid Engineers, and Customer Support Engineers.

Prisma Cloud: Cloud Code Security

The Palo Alto Networks Cloud Code Security course collection describes how an organization can use automation to secure apps and mitigate vulnerabilities in a DevOps environment. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Identifying vulnerabilities in Container images, Dockfiles, and Secrets
• Creating custom policies to enforce code security
• Automating tagging of cloud resources
• Integrating code repositories and CI/CD systems for code scanning

Prisma Cloud Webinars

The Palo Alto Networks Prisma Cloud Webinars course collection describes how Prisma Cloud offers the broadest security and compliance coverage for applications, data, and the entire cloud native technology stack across multi- and hybrid cloud environments. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Prisma Cloud deployment and adoption training series
• Prisma Cloud Compute deployment and adoption training series

Prisma Cloud: Cloud Security Posture Management

The Palo Alto Networks Cloud Security Posture Management course collection describes reducing the complexity of securing multicloud environments through comprehensive visibility, automated monitoring, and streamlined remediation. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Enforcing visibility, compliance, and governance
• Onboarding, integrating, and onboarding major cloud providers
• Optimizing Prisma Cloud security through alerting and remediation
• Threat detection by surfacing anomalous behavior and misconfigured resources
• Malware analysis solutions using Data Loss Prevention and WildFire

Prisma Cloud: Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management

The Palo Alto Networks Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management course collection describes improving IAM governance by enforcing least-privileged access and providing visibility into inconsistent entitlements across cloud resources. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Identity Access Management (IAM) security and its benefits
• The principle of least privilege
• Challenges with knowing your network’s net-effective permissions
• The out-of-the-box IAM policies

Prisma Cloud: Cloud Workload Protection

The Palo Alto Networks Cloud Workload Protection course collection describes how to protect and secure cloud virtual machines (VMs), containers, and serverless functions. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Vulnerability, compliance management, and runtime defense of workload containers
• Runtime scanning, compliance, and vulnerability of hosts
• Function code scanning, runtime protection, policy creating, and event auditing for serverless
• Implementing Web Application and API Security (WAAS)

Prisma Cloud: Cloud Network Security

The Palo Alto Networks Cloud Network Security course collection describes reducing risks and blocking threats by managing lateral movement within the cloud and preventing critical data from leaving the cloud. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Overview of Prisma Cloud microsegmentation
• Microsegmentation deployment
• Enforcing microsegmentation security through policies
• Automating enforcement to speed up development and reduce errors

Security Operations Certifications

Strata Logging Service

The Palo Alto Networks Strata Logging Service (formerly known as Cortex Data Lake) course collection describes how you can collect, transform, and integrate your enterprise’s security data to enable Palo Alto Networks solutions. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.
Activate and configure Strata Logging Service Configure Panorama to access Strata Logging Service Forward logs from firewalls to Strata Logging Service

Target Audience

Security Operations Center Workers, Threat Analysts, and Incident Responders

Palo Alto Networks Certified Detection and Remediation Analyst (PCDRA)

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The PCDRA certification covers cybersecurity and endpoint security concepts related to detecting and responding to cyber threats using Cortex® XDR™.

Certification Objectives

The Palo Alto Networks Detection and Remediation Analyst (PCDRA) certification covers industry-recognized cybersecurity and endpoint security concepts related to detecting and responding to cyber threats using Cortex® XDR™. The certification validates that engineers possess the in-depth skills and knowledge to develop playbooks, manage incidents, create automations and integrations, and demonstrate the highest standard of deployment methodology and operational best practices.

Target Audience

The PCDRA certification is designed for students and technical professionals, as well as any non-technical individuals interested in validating comprehensive knowledge on current cybersecurity tenets, including security engineers, security administrators, security operators, security analysts, and security architects.

Palo Alto Networks Certified Security Automation Engineer (PCSAE)

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The PCSAE certification covers how to develop, analyze, and administer Cortex XSOAR security orchestration, automation, and response platform with native threat intelligence management.

Certification Objectives

The PCSAE certification validates the knowledge and skills required to develop, analyze, and administer the Cortex XSOAR security orchestration, automation, and response platform with native threat intelligence management. It validates that engineers can correctly understand the utility of out-of-the-box and custom playbooks and integrations. They are also able to identify customer processes that can be automated through XSOAR, and they know how to customize XSOAR to reduce the mean time to resolution leveraging the rest of their security products.

Target Audience

Anyone interested in demonstrating knowledge, skills, and abilities using Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR functionality, including customers, partners, system engineers, analysts, and administrators.

(EDU-260) Cortex XDR: Prevention and Deployment

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(EDU-260) Cortex XDR - Prevention and Deployment helps you to :

This instructor-led training enables you to prevent attacks on your endpoints. After an overview of the Cortex XDR components, the training introduces the Cortex XDR management console and demonstrates how to install agents on your endpoints and how to create Security profiles and policies.
The training enables you to perform and track response actions, tune profiles, and work with Cortex XDR alerts. It concludes by discussing basic troubleshooting of the agent, the on-premises Broker VM component, and Cortex XDR deployment.

Objectives

Successful completion of this instructor-led course with hands-on lab activities should enable you to:

• Describe the architecture and components of the Cortex XDR family
Use the Cortex XDR management console, including reporting
• Create Cortex XDR agent installation packages, endpoint groups, and policies
• Deploy Cortex XDR agents on endpoints
• Create and manage Exploit and Malware Prevention profiles
• Investigate alerts and prioritize them using starring and exclusion policies
• Tune Security profiles using Cortex XDR exceptions
• Perform and track response actions in the Action Center
• Perform basic troubleshooting related to Cortex XDR agents
• Deploy a Broker VM and activate the Local Agents Settings applet
• Understand Cortex XDR deployment concepts and activation requirements
• Work with the Customer Support Portal and Cortex XDR Gateway for authentication and authorization

Target Audience

Cybersecurity analysts and engineers and security operations specialists, as well as administrators and product deployers.

(EDU-262) Cortex XDR: Investigation and Response

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(EDU-262) Cortex XDR - Investigation and Response helps you to:

• Learn how to activate a Cortex XDR instance
• Create agent-installation packages and Security policies and profiles to protect endpoints against multistage, fileless attacks built using malware and exploits.

Objectives

Successful completion of this instructor-led course with hands-on lab activities should enable participants to:

• Investigate and manage incidents
• Describe the Cortex XDR causality and analytics concepts
• Analyze alerts using the Causality and Timeline Views
• Work with Cortex XDR Pro actions such as remote script execution
• Create and manage on-demand and scheduled search queries in the Query Center
• Create and manage the Cortex XDR rules BIOC and IOC
• Working with Cortex XDR assets and inventories
• Write XQL queries to search datasets and visualize the result sets
• Work with Cortex XDR’s external-data collection

Target Audience

Cybersecurity analysts and engineers, and security operations specialists

(EDU-380) Cortex XSOAR: Automation and Orchestration

Palo Alto Certifications

(EDU-380) Cortex XSOAR: Automation and Orchestration helps you to:

• Configure integrations, create tasks, and develop playbooks
• Build incident layouts that enable analysts to triage and investigate incidents efficiently
• Identify how to categorize event information and map that information to display fields
• Develop automations, manage content, indicator data, and artifact stores, schedule jobs, organize users and user roles, oversee case management, and foster collaboration

Objectives

This training is designed to enable a SOC, CERT, CSIRT, or SOAR engineer to start working with Cortex XSOAR integrations, playbooks, incident-page layouts, and other system features to facilitate resource orchestration, process automation, case management, and analyst workflow.
The course includes coverage of a complete playbook-development process for automating a typical analyst workflow to address phishing incidents. This end-to-end view of the development process provides a framework for more focused discussions of individual topics that are covered in the course.

Target Audience

Security-operations (SecOps), or security, orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) engineers, managed security service providers (MSSPs), service delivery partners, system integrators, and professional services engineers

Cortex XDR

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The Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR course collection describes the essential features of the Cortex XDR product and how you can use it to perform threat detection, investigation, and response. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.
• Cortex XDR 3
• Managed Threat Hunting
• Threat Hunting Using Cortex XDR
• Cortex XDR: Broker VM

Target Audience

Cybersecurity analysts and engineers, and security operations specialists

Cortex XSOAR

Palo Alto Certifications

The Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR course collection describes how you can orchestrate and automate your incident response workflows across all security areas (SecOps, NetSecOps, CloudSecOps) and products. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Introduction to Cortex XSOAR
• Cortex XSOAR IT Administrator Training
• Cortex XSOAR Analyst Training
• Cortex XSOAR SOAR Engineer Training
• Cortex XSOAR: Threat Intel Management

Target Audience

Security operations (SecOps) or security, orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) engineers, managed security service providers (MSSPs), service delivery partners, system integrators, and professional services engineers

AutoFocus

Palo Alto Certifications

AutoFocus provides analytics and context required to understand attacks that require immediate response, as well as the ability to make indicators actionable and prevent future attacks. The Palo Alto Networks AutoFocus course collection describes how you can use AutoFocus to get more insight into your threat landscape and get deeper context and attribution for targeted attacks. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• View, prioritize, search for, and analyze malware threats
• Export IP addresses, domain names, and URL block lists to Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls, SIEMs, and endpoint protection
• Software systems, where the lists can be used to block malware threats
• Features of MineMeld and its integration with AutoFocus
• Use case scenarios that demonstrate the power and functionality of MineMeld integrated with AutoFocus

Target Audience

Security Operations Center Workers, Threat Analysts, and Incident Responders

Security Operations Center

Palo Alto Certifications

In this collection, learn how SecOps must leverage automation to reduce strain on analysts and execute the Security Operation Center's (SOC) mission to identify, investigate, and mitigate threats.

Target Audience

Customers, partners, employees, students, and/or anyone who has a desire to learn about security operation center

Cortex XSIAM

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Learn how Cortex XSIAM combines Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR), Attack Surface Management (ASM), and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) technologies into a single solution.

Target Audience

Cybersecurity Analysts and Engineers, and Security Operations Specialists

Threat Intel & Consulting Certifications

Unit 42

The Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 course collection describes what Unit 42 is, the services it offers, and how to get in contact with an expert for more information. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

Topics

Threat Intel & Consulting

Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certifications

Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Entry-level Technician (PCCET)

The PCCET certification covers fundamental cybersecurity, network security, cloud security, and SOC security principles.

Certification Objectives

The PCCET certification is the first of its kind. It is aligned with the NIST/NICE (National Institute of Standards and Technology/National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education) workforce framework, designed to cover foundational knowledge of industry-recognized cybersecurity and network security concepts as well as various cutting-edge advancements across all Palo Alto Networks technologies.

Target Audience

The PCCET certification is designed for students, the emergent workforce, skilled labor trying to transition into cybersecurity, hiring managers looking to hire entry-level technical help, technical professionals, educators, and any non-technical individuals interested in validating comprehensive knowledge on current cybersecurity tenets.

Introduction to Cybersecurity

After you complete this training, you should be able to:

• Describe the current cybersecurity landscape
• Identify cybersecurity threats
• Evaluate different malware types and cyberattack techniques
• Describe the relationship between vulnerabilities and exploits
• Identify how spamming and phishing attacks are performed
• Describe Wi-Fi vulnerabilities, attacks, and advanced persistent threats
• Explain perimeter-based Zero Trust security models
• Identify capabilities of the Palo Alto Networks prevention-first architecture

Fundamentals of Cloud Security

After you complete this training, you should be able to:

• Describe cloud computing models, virtualization, hypervisors, public cloud service provider options, and private deployment options
• Explain the development operations (DevOps) strategy that unites teams to discover and remediate issues, automate deployment, and reduce time to market
• Describe the evolution of data centers through mixed traditional and cloud computing technologies
• Detail how secure access service edge (SASE) solutions help organizations embrace the concepts of cloud and mobility
• Describe how SaaS solutions provide data classification, sharing and permission visibility, and threat detection within the application

The Fundamentals of SOC (Security Operations Center)

It will introduce the Security Operations framework, people, processes, and technology aspects required to support the business, the visibility that is required to defend the business, and the interfaces needed with other organizations outside of the SOC. The course consists of nine lessons and will take approximately three hours to complete. This training is intended for learners who want to enter the field of cybersecurity - whether a student entering the workforce or an established professional transitioning from another field - and will help them demonstrate knowledge about SOC.

Fundamentals of Network Security

After you complete this training, you should be able to:

• Describe basic operations of enterprise networks, common networking devices, routed and routing protocols, network types and topologies, and services such as DNS
• Explain IP addressing, subnetting, and packet encapsulation based on the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
• Describe network security technologies such as packet filtering, stateful inspection, application firewalls, and IDS, IPS, and web-content filters
• Explain how to explore endpoint and mobile device security using technology such as personal firewalls, host-based IPS, and management features
• Describe how to properly secure enterprise networks through PAN-OS deployment templates and migration options and DNS, URL Filtering, Threat Prevention, and WildFire® subscription services

Network Security Certifications

Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE)

The PCNSE certification covers how to design, deploy, operate, manage, and troubleshoot Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls..

Certification Objectives

Palo Alto Networks technology is highly integrated and automated. The Palo Alto Networks product portfolio comprises multiple separate technologies working in unison to prevent successful cyberattacks. The Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) demonstrates that engineers can correctly deploy and configure Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls while leveraging the rest of the platform.

Target Audience

Anyone who uses Palo Alto Networks products, including network security engineers, system engineers, systems integrators, and support engineers.

Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator (PCNSA)

The PCNSA certification covers how to operate and manage Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls.

Certification Objectives

Palo Alto Networks technology is highly integrated and automated. The Palo Alto Networks product portfolio comprises multiple separate technologies working in unison to prevent successful cyberattacks. Those who earn the Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator (PCNSA) certification demonstrate their ability to operate the Palo Alto Networks firewall to protect networks from cutting-edge cyberthreats.

Target Audience

Security administrators responsible for operating and managing the Palo Alto Networks network security suite.

Palo Alto Networks Certified Software Firewall Engineer (PCSFE)

The PCSFE certification covers the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for virtual network security administrators to serve as experts on Palo Alto Networks Software.

Certification Objectives

The Palo Alto Networks Certified Software Firewall Engineer (PCSFE) certification validates the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for virtual network security administrators to serve as experts on Palo Alto Networks Software. This software includes the Palo Alto Networks containerized firewall, virtual network firewall, and Cloud Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW). The required knowledge, skills, and abilities include, but are not limited to: deployment, automation, management plugins, and troubleshooting.

Target Audience

The PCSFE certification is a customer-facing credential designed for network engineers, network security administrators, DevSecOps, cloud infrastructure engineers and architects, traditional network security engineers and architects, and cloud security engineers and architects.

(EDU-220) Panorama: Managing Firewalls at Scale

(EDU-220) Panorama: Managing Firewalls at Scale helps you to:

• Learn how to configure and manage the next-generation Panorama management servers
• Configure templates (including template variables) and device groups and gain experience with administration, log collection, and logging and reporting
• Gain familiarity with planning and design considerations for Panorama deployment

Objectives

This course helps participants gain in-depth knowledge on configuring and managing a Palo Alto Networks Panorama management server. Administrators who complete this course become familiar with the Panorama management server’s role in managing and securing the overall network. Network professionals learn how to use Panorama aggregated reporting to provide a holistic view of a network of Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls.

Target Audience

Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Security Engineers, and Security Architects

(EDU-210) Firewall Essentials: Configuration and Management

(EDU-210) Firewall Essentials: Configuration and Management helps you to:

• Configure and manage the essential features of Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls
• Configure and manage Security and NAT policies to enable approved traffic to and from zones
• Configure and manage Threat Prevention strategies to block traffic from known and unknown IP addresses, domains, and URLs
• Monitor network traffic using the interactive web interface and firewall reports

Objectives

Successful completion enhances participants’ understanding of how to configure and manage Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls. The course includes hands-on experience configuring, managing, and monitoring a firewall in a lab environment.

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, and Support Staff

Tools and Utilities

The Palo Alto Networks Tools and Utilities course collection describes how to get visibility into product usage and value, measure and adhere to industry best practices, optimally configure and secure your NGFW, and gain insights into threats and security risks. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Expedition Migration
• Policy Optimizer

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

Panorama

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The Palo Alto Networks Panorama course collection describes Panorama's initial configuration, adding firewalls, management, template and device group use, configuration of administrator accounts, log collection, reporting, and troubleshooting communications and commit issues. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Panorama Deployment
• Firewall Management Using Panorama

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

Software Firewall

Palo Alto Networks software firewalls include the VM-Series firewalls, CN-Series firewalls, and Cloud NGFW.
The VM-Series firewalls protect private and public cloud deployments with segmentation and threat prevention. The CN-Series next-generation container firewalls secure Kubernetes environments. And the Cloud NGFW for AWS protects AWS deployments with network security delivered as a managed cloud service by Palo Alto Networks. The Palo Alto Networks Software Firewall course collection describes how to protect public and private clouds, virtualized data centers, branch locations, and containerized environments with virtual, container, and cloud next-generation firewalls. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• VM-Series Firewalls
• CN-Series Firewalls
• Cloud NGFW
Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

PAN-OS Firewall Troubleshooting

The Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS Firewall Troubleshooting course collection describes best-practice methodologies, targeted scenarios, and demos for troubleshooting common Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall issues. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Problem-Solving Strategies
• Isolating Packet-Processing Functions
• Configuring SSL/TLS Decryption
• Configuring Network Address Translation
• Taking Command of the PAN-OS CLI
• Debug-Level Packet Tracing for Connectivity Issues

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

Next-Generation Firewall

The Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall course collection describes the essential features that you must address to successfully deploy a Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Next-Generation Firewall Feature Overview
• Firewall Deployment
• Firewall Tuning
• Next-Generation Firewall Hardware
• AIOps for NGFW

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

Cloud-Delivered Security Services

The Palo Alto Networks Cloud-Delivered Security Services course collection describes the Palo Alto Networks components, architecture, and cloud-delivered security subscriptions to secure your enterprise. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Firewall as a Platform
• Cloud-Delivered Security Subscriptions
• IoT Security
• PAN-OS
• SD-WAN
• SaaS Security

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

EDU-330) Firewall: Troubleshooting

(EDU-330) Firewall: Troubleshooting helps you to :

• Use firewall tools, including the CLI, to investigate networking issues
• Follow proven troubleshooting methodologies that are specific to individual features
• Analyze advanced logs to resolve various real-life scenarios
• Solve advanced, scenario-based challenges

Objectives

Successful completion of this three-day, instructor-led course will enhance the participant’s understanding of how to troubleshoot the full line of Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls. Participants will perform hands-on troubleshooting related to the configuration and operation of the Palo Alto Networks firewall. Completion of this class will help participants develop an in-depth knowledge of how to troubleshoot visibility and control over applications, users, and content.

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

SASE Certifications

(EDU-318) Prisma Access SASE Security: Design and Operation

Palo Alto Certifications

EDU-318) Prisma Access SASE Security - Design and Operation helps you to:
• Learn how to use Prisma Access SASE Security to better protect your applications, remote networks, and mobile users
• Gain hands-on experience configuring, managing, and troubleshooting Prisma Access in a lab environment

Objectives

Successful completion should enhance participants’ understanding of how to protect their applications, remote networks, and mobile users using a SASE implementation. You will get hands-on experience configuring, managing, and troubleshooting Prisma Access in a lab environment. Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, and Network Engineers

(EDU-238) Prisma SD-WAN: Design and Operation

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(EDU-238) Prisma SD-WAN - Design and Operation helps you to:
Gain knowledge of the Prisma SD-WAN solution, the capability and value it provides over legacy WAN and SD-WAN implementations, and how to configure, operate, and troubleshoot the solution from wide area networks and data centers to branches and the cloud.

Objectives

Successful completion should enhance participants’ understanding of how to design, implement, and effectively operate a Prisma SD-WAN solution. You will get hands-on experience configuring Prisma SD-WAN with a branch and data center, configuring policies, and using Prisma SD-WAN services.

Target Audience

Network Engineers, Network Administrators, Network Security Engineers, Network Architects, and NOC Administrators.

Prisma Access (Panorama Managed)

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All users—at headquarters, office branches, and on the road—connect to Prisma Access to safely use the internet and cloud and data-center applications. The Palo Alto Networks Prisma Access: SASE Security course collection describes how to implement, validate, and manage your Prisma Access environment. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Use Cases
• Prisma Access Implementation
• Prisma Access Add-Ons
• Advanced Implementation

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

Prisma SASE (Prisma Access Cloud Managed)

Palo Alto Certifications

Learn how Prisma SASE (Prisma Access Cloud Managed) helps you deliver consistent security to your remote networks and mobile users. All users—at headquarters, office branches, and on the road—connect to Prisma Access to safely use the internet and cloud and data center applications.

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts and Network Engineers.

Prisma SD-WAN

Palo Alto Certifications

The AppFabric connects your sites securely with application awareness and gives you the freedom to use any WAN, any cloud for a thin-branch (security from the cloud) solution. The Palo Alto Networks Prisma SD-WAN course collection describes the Prisma SD-WAN infrastructure, how applications form the fundamental component of the Prisma SD-WAN solution, the CloudBlades platform, and DevOps-style automation. Additionally, learn the static and BGP routing topologies, alerts and alarms, branch devices, services, multitenancy aspects of the Prisma SD-WAN cloud controller, and how to troubleshoot network, device, and application issues. Through these trainings, you can access self-paced courses tied to learning objectives and presented with interactions and demonstrations. At the end of each course, you will be able to complete an assessment to validate your learning.

• Solution Overview
• Branch Design
• Routing
• Policy Framework
• Event Policy Framework
• Services
• Analytics and Reporting
• CloudeBlades
• Managed Service Providers
• Operations, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting
• DevOps Ecosystem

Target Audience

Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff

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