Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls are architected to safely enable applications and prevent modern threats. Their approach identifies all network traffic based on applications, users, content and devices, and lets you express your business policies in the form of easy-to-understand security rules.
Flexible deployment options and native integration with their next-generation security platform extend the policy enforcement and cyberthreat prevention to everywhere your users and data are located: in your network, on your endpoints and in the cloud.
Palo Alto Networks recently launched a new certification - the PCNSA or Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator - that is meant to be taken after attending the EDU-210 course. For more information on this new certification, you can visit Palo Alto Networks certification page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Course Overview and Objectives
The Palo Alto Networks Firewall 11.0 Essentials: Configuration and Management (EDU-210) course is five days of instructor-led training that will help you to:
- Configure and manage the essential features of Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls
- Configure and manage Security and NAT policies to enable approved traffic to and from zones
- Configure and manage Threat Prevention strategies to block traffic from known and unknown IP addresses, domains, and URLs
- Monitor network traffic using the interactive web interface and firewall reports
Scope and Target Audience
- Course level: Introductory
- Course duration: 5 Days
- Course format: Combines lecture and hands-on labs
- Platform supported: Palo Alto Networks® next-generation enterprise firewalls running the PAN-OS® operating system
- Courseware: Only PDF verison of courseware wil be ordered which will be access via Kortex portal
- Security Engineers
- Security Administrators
- Security Operations Specialists
- Security Analysts
- Support Staff
Students must have a basic familiarity with networking concepts including routing, switching, and IP addressing. Students also should be familiar with basic security concepts. Experience with other security technologies (IPS, proxy, and content filtering) is a plus.
This class is comprised of the following modules focusing on equipping the student to configure and manage Palo Alto Networks® next-generation firewalls.
Module 1 - Palo Alto Networks Portfolio and Architecture
Module 2 - Configuring Initial Firewall Settings
Module 3 - Managing Firewall Configurations
Module 4 - Managing Firewall Administrator Accounts
Module 5 - Connecting the Firewall to Production Networks with Security Zones
Module 6 - Creating and Managing Security Policy Rules
Module 7 - Creating and Managing NAT Policy Rules
Module 8 - Controlling Application Usage with App-ID
Module 9 - Blocking Known Threats Using Security Profiles
Module 10 - Blocking Inappropriate Web Traffic with URL Filtering
Module 11 - Blocking Unknown Threats with Wildfire
Module 12 - Controlling Access to Network Resources with User-ID
Module 13 - Using Decryption to Block Threats in Encrypted Traffic
Module 14 - Locating Valuable Information Using Logs and Reports
Module 15 - What's Next in Your Training and Certification Journey
Appendix A - Securing Endpoints with Global Protect
Appendix B – Providing Firewall Redundancy with High Availability
Appendix C - Connecting Remotes Sites using VPNs
Appendix D – Configuring User-ID Windows Agent