PCNSE Palo alto firewall Exam preparation (2020)
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PCNSE Palo alto firewall Exam preparation (2020)

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Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (NYSE: PANW) is an American multinational cybersecurity company with headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Its core products are a platform that includes advanced firewalls and cloud-based offerings that extend those firewalls to cover other aspects of security. The company serves over 60,000 organizations in over 150 countries, including 85 of the Fortune 100.[5] It is home to the Unit 42 threat research team[6] and hosts the Ignite cybersecurity conference.[7] The company's mission statement is "to protect our way of life in the digital age by preventing successful cyberattacks".[5]

Palo Alto Networks is listed 8th in the Forbes Digital 100.[8] In June 2018, former Google and SoftBank executive Nikesh Arora joined the company as Chairman and CEO.[9]

Palo Alto Networks was founded in 2005 by Israeli-American Nir Zuk,[10] a former engineer from Check Point and NetScreen Technologies, and was the principal developer of the first stateful inspection firewall and the first intrusion prevention system.[11] When asked why he started Palo Alto Networks, Zuk cited his objective of solving a problem enterprises were facing with existing network security solutions: the inability to safely enable employees to use modern applications, which entailed developing a firewall that could identify and provide fine-grained control of applications.[12]

In 2007 the company produced and shipped its first product, an advanced enterprise firewall, which it branded the world's first "next-generation firewall".[13][14] In 2009, Gartner released a publication defining the next-generation firewall.[15] In contrast to traditional firewalls of the time which relied on simple rules such as port numbers and protocol to block traffic, the authors stated that next-generation firewalls should operate on and inspect all layers of the network stack and be intelligent enough to block threats independently of port numbers or protocols used. In particular, the publication defined this next-generation firewall as containing (in addition to the full capabilities of both traditional firewalls and intrusion prevention systems): Support for in-line deployment without disrupting network operations, application awareness and full stack visibility allowing for fine-grained detection and control of applications, extra-firewall intelligence, and upgrade paths.

Starting in 2011, Gartner began listing Palo Alto Networks as a leader on its enterprise firewall Magic Quadrant.[16] The company debuted on the NYSE in July 20, 2012, raising $260 million with its initial public offering, which was the 4th-largest tech IPO of 2012.[17][18][19]

In 2014, Palo Alto Networks founded the Cyber Threat Alliance with Fortinet, Mcafee, and Symantec, a not-for-profit organization with the goal of improving cybersecurity "for the greater good" by encouraging collaboration between cybersecurity organizations by sharing cyber threat intelligence amongst members.[20][21] By 2018, the organization had 20 members including Cisco, Check Point, Juniper Networks, and Sophos.[22]

The company expanded significantly over the years, offering a wide selection of enterprise cybersecurity services beyond its original next-generation firewall offering, such as Traps endpoint protection and Wildfire malware prevention.[23] In 2017, Palo Alto Networks announced Logging Service, a cloud-based service allowing customers to amass their own data for machine learning and data analytics.[24]

In 2018, the company began opening dedicated cybersecurity training facilities around the world as part of the Global Cyber Range Initiative.[25]

In May 2018, the company announced Application Framework, an open cloud-delivered ecosystem where developers can publish security services as SaaSapplications that can be instantly delivered to the company's network of customers.[2]

In 2018 several leaders from high-profile tech companies moved to Palo Alto Networks. In June 2018, former Google Chief Business Officer and SoftBank PresidentNikesh Arora joined the company as chairman and CEO.[9] His predecessor, Mark McLaughlin, became vice chairman of the board of directors. Arora received a pay package worth about $128 million, making him one of the highest paid executives in the United States.[26] In September 2018 Liane Hornsey, formerly Chief People Officer at Uber, joined Palo Alto Networks as Chief People Officer[27]. In October 2018 Amit Singh, formerly President of Google Cloud, succeeded Mark Anderson as President of Palo Alto Networks.[28]

In 2019 the company announced the K2-Series, a 5G-ready next-generation firewall developed for service providers with 5G and IoT requirements in mind.[29] In February 2019 the company announced Cortex, an AI-based continuous security platform. CEO Nikesh Arora described Cortex as "Application Framework 2.0".[30]References to Application Framework were replaced with Cortex on the Palo Alto Networks website.

Who this course is for:
  • The PCNSE exam should be taken by anyone who wishes to demonstrate a deep understanding of "Palo Alto" Networks Cybersecurity Skills