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Explore the new entry-level PCCSA certification and the more advanced PCNSE certification exam prep through our learning initiative. Palo Alto Networks Live Community surveys the new PCCSA certification and PCNSE training to help people prepare for a career in cybersecurity. Read about certifications.
Certification: Leading-edge training, accreditation and certification programs
A new year is upon us, so why not make a resolution to increase your value as an engineer with a new cybersecurity certification from Palo Alto Networks.
The path to the Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) is not easy. That’s why our team has put together certification roadmaps to help you build the necessary skills on your way to becoming a certified network security engineer.
Palo Alto Networks – Certification Roadmaps
Palo Alto Networks Certifications Roadmaps for the PCCSA, PCNSA and PCNSE.
Now Available: Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Associate (PCCSA)
If you don’t have the necessary experience to take the PCNSE certification exam, the courses and prep may be an up-hill battle for you. However, for those of you who are interested in starting a career in network security, we’ve got you covered.
We’re adding the final touches to the Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator (PCNSA), so you can learn how to operate Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls. Stay tuned for a release date for when this new exam becomes available.
Get Ready for the PCNSE Exam
You will be in good shape to take the Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) certification exam if you have three to five years of networking or security experience and at least six months experience with Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platforms, including six months of hands-on experience working with Palo Alto Networks NGFW deployment and configuration.
Next, you will want to take the following steps to have the best chance of success: