Instructor-Led Training Launches, FY21 Q2 - with FLEXLearn links
Firewall Config and Management (EDU-210) Rev B - LINK
Optimizing Firewall Threat Prevention (EDU-214) Rev B - LINK
Managing Firewalls at Scale (EDU-220) Rev B - LINK
Troubleshooting (EDU-330) Rev B - LINK
MSSP Platform Solution Overview - LINK tba
Cortex XDR 2: Prevention and Response (EDU-260) - LINK
Prisma Access SASE Security: Design and Operation (EDU-318) 1.8 - LINK
Digital Learning Training Launches, FY21 Q2 - with FLEXLearn links
Prisma SD-WAN (formerly CloudGenix SD-WAN) - LINK Solution Overview Branch Design Routing Policy Framework CloudBlades Operations, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting DevOps Ecosystem
Prisma Access SASE Security - LINK Network Design and Planning Activation and Configuration Manage Prisma Access Using Panorama Configure and Manage Remote Networks Configure and Manage Mobile Users Enhance and Troubleshoot Prisma Access Manage Multiple Tenants in Prisma Access
IoT Security - LINK IoT Security Visibility IoT Security Enforcement IoT Security Tuning
Firewall Tuning 10.0 - LINK Tuning Firewall Context Content-ID Customization Maintenance Operations Logging and Reporting Analyze and Optimize Security Rules Passing Traffic Security Rule Tuning Secure Administrative Access Policy Optimization
Cortex XSOAR Engineer - LINK
Introduction to Firewall Deployment Through Panorama - LINK tba
Prisma Cloud Workload Security - LINK
Introduction to Cortex XSOAR - LINK
Prisma Cloud Web Application and API Security (WAAS) - LINK
PSE Foundation - LINK
PSE Cortex Associate - LINK
PSE Prisma Cloud Associate - LINK
Prisma Cloud Visibility, Compliance, and Governance - LINK
Prisma Cloud Threat Detection - LINK
CN-Series - LINK
Firewall as a Platform (FWaaP) - LINK
Cortex XDR 2 - LINK Cortex XDR 2: Deployment Cortex XDR 2: Prevention and Response Cortex XDR 2: Investigating Incidents with Cortex XDR
Prisma Cloud RQL - LINK
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The Cybersecurity Academy program partners with three other 'pillars' across Education Services: Instructor-Led Training, Digital Learning, and Certification. Each team collaborates across all pillars, because we similarly focus on education about # Strata, # Prisma and # Cortex. However, our learner types and their access to material varies.
Cybersecurity Academy focuses its efforts on delivering academic courses to universities, colleges, high schools, and other traditional learning environments. Qualified academic institutions receive free access to curriculum, hands-on labs, faculty training and virtual firewalls. Courses are offered to their students on a quarterly or semester academic calendar. As the largest cybersecurity company in the world, Palo Alto Networks is sought after for the best and most innovative curriculum available. Check out the new academy course roadmap diagram below.
Career awareness around the rapidly evolving and holistic world of cybersecurity play a key role across the course roadmap. Courses are aligned with the N ational Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework for cybersecurity work roles. Cybersecurity Academy
team members assist with these and other learning standards, providing the most up-to-date content expertise to ensure the best preparation for industry certification and successful careers.
During Covid-19, over 1,200 campuses pivoted to virtual teaching and learning, and have continued to grow exponentially, now across 70+ countries. The Cybersecurity Academy partners with key teams across PANW to develop and help provide: (1) strong sales enablement opportunities through our relationships with public sector organizations globally, and (2) hiring top talent for PANW, its partners and customers, particularly with minority-serving institutions such as HSIs, HBCUs, women's colleges, and other under-represented education organizations.
Recently, the foundational PCCSA certification evolved to include much more innovative expertise, and is now called the PCCET (Palo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Certification for Entry-level Technician). The Cybersecurity Academy collaborated across our other Education Services pillars to help create the new PCCET certification, 3 of the 4 new digital learning courses, and transformed its own foundational 3-course series to a new 4-course series, including new labs! All of this was done in record time by a lean team that contains decades of commercial, military and academic experience in cybersecurity.
For more information about our courses, competitions, and talent development, visit our web page at paloaltonetworks.com/academy or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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