A proof of concept is the most effective way for your teams to get hands-on experience with our next-generation firewall and see actual results derived from your traffic and data. We’ll customize the POC for your specific needs and network topology to demonstrate that our next-generation firewall is the best choice to protect your organization.
Not ready for a POC? A Security Lifecycle Review is an on-site evaluation where we examine your network traffic for application usage as well as known and unknown threats. We generate a comprehensive report, unique to your organization, that summarizes your business and security risks. It’s an excellent tool for your regular visibility and security checkups as well as high-level conversations with C-level executives.
Virtual Ultimate Test Drives are guided, online workshops designed to give you hands-on experience. You’ll set policies to enable or restrict applications, perform sandbox threat analysis using WildFire® cloud-based threat analysis service, configure policy to decrypt and inspect SSL traffic, and protect mobile devices using GlobalProtect™ network security for endpoints.
Learn how to effectively prevent advanced threats at all points of the network in this specialized Virtual Ultimate Test Drive. You’ll establish policies to prevent known threats, unknown attacks and zero-day exploits. You’ll also be able to run sandbox threat analysis against real threat samples, configure decryption and add URL filtering to your policies to manage high-risk applications.
Virtual Test Labs, offered by Fuel User Group, help you safely familiarize yourself with our next-generation firewall. The lab environment lets you configure and test different features and capabilities, risk-free, before deploying them in your production network. A VTL is an excellent way to get hands-on experience with the interface at your own pace.
An array of self-paced e-learning courseware, offered on-demand and free of charge, covers the features and capabilities of our next-generation firewall. All you need is an account with the Palo Alto Networks® Learning Center.