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PALO ALTO (PCNSA) Certification  Training

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Overview

To  start the Palo Alto Training in Bangalore  the PCNSA – OS 9  ( Palo Alto Certified Network Security Administrator ) preparation is to begin by knowing thoroughly the syllabus and study guide of Palo Alto PCNSA certification exam. The study guide is a key  to get you understand the  Palo Alto and the nature  of the Palo Alto PCNSA exam.

Our Trainers  has composed this Palo Alto PCNSA exam Syllabus  to provide the details about Palo Alto Network Security Administrator exam, study material, sample questions, practice exam and ways to interpret the exam objectives to help you assess your readiness for the Palo Alto PCNSA PAN‐OS 9 exam by identifying prerequisite areas of knowledge.

Palo Alto PCNSA Exam Content:

Domain Weight (%)

a) Palo Alto Networks Strata Core Components.         17%
b) Device Management and Services.                                 18%
c) Managing Objects.                                                                    14%
d) Policy Evaluation and Management.                              26%
e) Securing Traffic.                                                                          25%

 

Section Percentage
Objectives
Palo Alto Networks Strata Core Components 17% Task 1.1  Understand the components of the Palo Alto Networks Strata Portfolio

  • Understand how to configure APP-ID.
  • Understand the purpose and usage of Content-ID.
  • Understand the purpose and usage of User-ID.
  • Understand the purpose and usage of captive
  • Understand the purpose and usage of Device-ID.
  • Understand security
  • Understand form factors of the
  • Understand the management implications of the form factors of the
  • Understand use of Authentication Policy.
  • Understand uses for Prisma
  • Understand uses for Panorama.
  • Understand the uses for CN-Series and VM-Series.
  • Understand GlobalProtect.

Task 1.2   Identify the order of operations of Single-Pass Parallel Processing architecture.

  • Describe signature processing
  • Describe the security processing
  • Describe network processing
  • Understand the impact of traffic flow.
Device Management and Services. 18% Task 2.1   Identify and use firewall management interfaces

  • Understand the use of management user
  • Understand the methods of
  • Understand the access
  • Understand identity management traffic flow.

Task 2.2  Provisioning local administrators and assigning role-based authentication

  • Assign role-based access control to
  • Assign authentication for
  • Assign the authentication sequence for

Task 2.3  Define firewall configurations

  • Manage running configuration.
  • Manage candidate configuration.
  • Understand when to use load, save, import and

Task 2.4  Understand how to push policy updates to Panorama managed FWs

  • Understand device groups and
  • Understand where to place
  • Understand implications of Panorama
  • Understand how to backup Panorama configurations and NGFW from Panorama.

Task 2.5  Identify the types of dynamic updates and their purpose

  • Understand the impact of dynamic updates to existing security policies.

Task 2.6  Identify what a security zone is and how to use it

  • Identify zone
  • Identify which zones to apply for security

Task 2.7    Identify and configure firewall interfaces

  • Identify and understand the different types of
  • Identify how interface types affect security
  • Identify how interface types affect security

Task 2.8  Configure a virtual router

  • Identify steps to create a static
  • Understand how to use the routing
  • Identify steps to configure a virtual
  • Identify what interface types can be added to a virtual
  • Understand how to configure route
Managing Objects 14% Task 3.1   Identify how to create address objects

  • Apply address objects to
  • Create address
  • Identify how to tag
  • Differentiate between the address

Task 3.2  Identify how to create services.

  • Apply services to
  • Create service

Task 3.3  Identify how to use pre-defined Palo Alto Networks external dynamic lists

  • Identify how to implement an exception to a predefined
  • Identify how to apply in security

Task 3.4  Configure application filters and application groups

  • Differentiate between application filters and groups and when to use
  • Include an application filter in
  • Include an application group in
  • Identify the purpose of application characteristics as defined in the App-ID

 

Policy Evaluation and Management 26% Task 4.1   Identify the appropriate application-based security policy

  • Identify an appropriate APP-ID
  • Understand rule
  • Group rules by
  • Identify the potential impact of App-ID updates to existing security policy

Task 4.2  Identify the purpose of specific security rule types

  • Identify when to use interzone
  • Identify when to use intrazone
  • Identify when to use universal

Task 4.3  Identify and configure Security policy match conditions, actions, and logging options

  • Identify and configure Security policy match conditions, and
  • Understand how to use Application Filters and
  • Understand how to use logging

Task 4.4  Identify and implement proper NAT policies

  • Implement a destination
  • Implement a source
  • Differentiate various NAT
  • Create a NAT in the proper order based on pre-existing

Task 4.5  Identify the tools available to optimize Security policies

  • Identify the policy test match
  • Identify the policy
  • Identify
Securing Traffic 25% Task 5.1  Identify and apply the appropriate Security Profile

  • Differentiate between different types of security profiles.
  • Identify how to create and modify a Security Profile.
  • Identify how to add a Security Profile to
  • Identify how to create a profile
  • Identify how to add a security profile group to

Task 5.2  Identify the difference between Security policy actions and Security Profile actions

  • Differentiate between traffic logs, threat logs and data
  • Differentiate between security profile

Task 5.3  Identify how the firewall can use the cloud DNS Security to control traffic based on domains

  • Identify where to configure DNS
  • Identify how to apply DNS security in

Task 5.4  Identify how the firewall can use the PAN-DB database to control traffic based on websites

  • Identify how to apply a URL profile in a security
  • Identify how to create a URL filtering profile.

Task 5.5  Identify how to control access to specific URLs using custom URL filtering categories

  • Identify why a URL was
  • Identify how to allow a blocked
  • Identify how to request a URL

Task 5.6  Differentiate between group mapping and IP to user mapping within policies and logs

  • Identify how to control access to specific
  • Identify how to apply to specific
  • Identify users within the ACC and the monitor
Palo Alto PCNSA Exam Overview:
Exam Name Palo Alto Network Security Administrator
Exam Number PCNSA PAN‐OS 9
Exam Price $140 USD
Duration 80 minutes
Number of Questions 50
Passing Score 70%
Recommended Training Firewall Essentials – EDU-210
Exam Registration PEARSON VUE
 Palo Alto PCNSA PAN‐OS 9 Exam Description:
The Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator (PCNSA) is a formal, third‐party proctored certification that indicates that those who have passed it possess the in‐depth knowledge to design, install, configure, and maintain most implementations based on the Palo Alto Networks platform.
Five  Different Tracks Sessions  Days on classes 
Super-Fast Track  6 to 8 hrs per day Mon- Thru
Fast Track  3 to 4 hrs per day Mon- Thru
Weekend Track  3 to 4 hrs Sat & Sun
Regular Track  2 hrs per day Mon- Thru
Online Training  2 hrs per day Mon- Thru
Total Duration is One Month. 
Course Exam Code Certification Fees Batch Start Date
PCNSA PCNSA PAN-OS9  $140GST Click here for Batch Dates 
The Palo Alto (PCNSA)  training is conducted using following real Palo Alto equipment.

• PALO ALTO DEVICE  PA220

For Admissions call 8861200802 / 080 – 48543567
Palo Alto(PCNSA) COURSE FEES:-
Program-Name Super-Fast-Track Fast-Track Regular-Track Weekend-Track Price(Rs.)
PCNSA 15 Days 30 Days 60 Days 12 Weekend Class 15000/-

18% GST will be Charged Extra

Program-Name Super-Fast-Track Fast-Track Regular-Track Weekend-Track Price(Rs.)
PCNSA 15 Days 30 Days 60 Days 12 Weekend Class 15000/-

18% GST will be Charged Extra

Program-Name Super-Fast-Track Fast-Track Regular-Track Weekend-Track Price($(US))
PCNSA 6 Days 12 Days 30 Days 8 Weekend Class $400

18% GST will be Charged Extra

For Admissions call 8861200802 / 080 - 35710218.

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