Are you ready for Ignite '19? Learn how your registration to Ignite '19 by Palo Alto Networks can allow you to take a PCNSE or PCNSA exam for free. If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so today. Got Questions? Get Answers on LIVEcommunity!
Ignite 2019 is here! Are you ready?
All year, I’ve put out a list of blogs that draw your attention to content relating to preparing for the Palo Alto Networks Certified Security Engineer (PCNSE) and Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator (PCNSA) exams.
Now that Ignite ’19 is upon us and your registration is confirmed, you now have the opportunity to take the PCNSE and the PCNSA exams for FREE. That’s right! A 100% discount will be applied automatically upon registration to allow you to take one free exam.
The PCNSE and the PCNSA exams will cover topics related to PAN-OS 9.0 software, including Panorama, GlobalProtect, and other aspects of the network security platform by Palo Alto Networks. This is essential material that a firewall network engineer needs to know to design, install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot the vast majority of Palo Alto Networks implementations.
NOTE: The PCNSE and PCNSA exams will not cover Aperture, Traps, or AutoFocus, so you can rest easy on those topics.
Where can I find some quick study guides?
We have a plethora of study material. You can find some quick study guides on the Certification home page. You can also check out the links below:
The study guides for the PCNSE and PCNSA exams provide overviews of the exam. They explain the scope and how a candidate can register for and attempt each exam. The study guides also show the objectives covered by the exam and includes sample questions and resources for candidate preparation.
Do I need to retake the PCNSE exam if I have already taken it?
The PCNSE exam has an expiration date of two years with the latest release. Candidates will need to retake the exam every two years (24 months) to keep their certification current. (Policies for rescheduling and canceling an exam will not change).
For more information about Ignite ’19 and the PCNSE and PCNSA exams, please review the links below.