Strengthen Your Security Posture Through our Latest Micro-Credentials

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Become an expert and strengthen your security posture through our latest micro-credentials. Learn the ins and outs of provisioning, configuring, and scaling next-generation firewall solutions for the Cloud, Virtual Machines, and Kubernetes Containers.

 

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When you work hard to master Palo Alto Networks technology, we want to encourage you to get the credit and acknowledgement for your effort. Through our latest micro-credentials, earn the Credly Badge that shows you are a master in software firewall technology, have the know-how necessary to thwart bad actors, become the best cyber defender possible, and provide your company with pivotal security recommendations.

 

Get the recognition that you deserve and high five your peers, customers and partners for their commitment to achieving these micro-credentials.

 

  • PMcNA (Palo Alto Networks Micro-Credential for Cloud NGFW Administrator) validates your expertise and builds your confidence as a Palo Alto Networks Cloud NGFW authority.
  • PMvNA (Palo Alto Networks Micro-Credentials for Virtual Network Security Administrator) helps you get the maximum security benefits from Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Virtual Next-Generation Firewalls.
  • PMkNA (Palo Alto Networks Micro-Credential for Kubernetes Network Security Administrator) ensures that you achieve optimal security from your Palo Alto Networks CN-Series Containerized Firewall.

In addition, Cloud NGFW for AWS has a new learning course to help you provision and configure this new offer.

 

Secure your business, stay ahead of the onslaught of cyberattacks, and strengthen your security posture. Validate and demonstrate your expertise in assuring your firewalls for cloud, virtual machines, and container environments perform at peak performance.

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