The Palo Alto Networks Education Team is hosting a LIVE interactive technical webinar about PCNSE. Learn more about preparing for the PCNSE exam with helpful resources and dates. Find your answers on LIVEcommunity!
On May 13, 2020, the Palo Alto Networks Education Team will be holding an interactive webinar that dives into the technical aspects of the PCNSE certification exam. Aside from learning more about preparing yourself for the technical aspects of the exam, you’ll also have the opportunity to win a voucher to register for the PCNSE certification exam for free.
The biggest hurdle with the PCNSE certification exam (like all difficult, life-changing exams) is finding the time to study technical aspects and prepare yourself for what will be asked in the exam. That is precisely why the Education Team is holding this webinar because preparation is everything, and investing your time in preparing to take the exam is, essentially, contributing to your success.
By simply attending the PCNSE technical webinar, you automatically increase your chances of taking the exam for free. The Education Team will randomly select 50 lucky attendees to receive a voucher that allows them to register for a free PCNSE certification exam.
How long is the PCNSE Webinar?
The PCNSE technical webinar will last about one hour and will cover exam preparation, including some useful resources to help you study and practice. During the webinar, we’ll do our best to help answer any questions about the PCNSE exam and any prep questions that were submitted before May 10th. If you can’t make the PCNSE technical webinar, don’t worry, the Education Team has plans to post a recording of the webinar on their LinkedIn page, so be sure to give them a follow.
The Palo Alto Networks Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) certification is a high-level achievement that demonstrates you are capable of designing, deploying, configuring, maintaining, and trouble-shooting the vast majority of Palo Alto Networks Operating Platform implementations.
If you have any questions about the webinar or if you have particular questions about the exam that you want answered during the session, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 10th.