Security Excellence: Palo Alto Networks Certification

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A Security Roadmap Designed For Your Organization

Power up your cybersecurity skills with the Palo Alto Networks certification program. Comprehensive training and assessment, ensuring that you acquire a deep understanding of key cybersecurity tools.

Certify with us for a chance to win an iPad Pro! Micro Certifications earn a sleek sports bag, and full certifications score a chic sports jacket. Elevate your achievements now! Effective from January 1, 2024, to June 30, 2024. More details below.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Darren Walton, Service Delivery Director +61 412 533 284 or

If you needed another reason to get certified, Palo Alto Networks is offering some sweet incentives:

Stand a chance to win an iPad Pro!

If you get certified within six months of completing your Palo Alto Networks training course, you’ll automatically be entered into the draw to WIN one of three iPad Pro’s.


Micro Certification

Palo Alto Networks Micro-Credential Remote user Administrator (PMRuA)

The PMRuA micro-credential validates and demonstrates your comprehensive knowledge and skills in implementing Prisma SASE into Secure Mobile Users.

Palo Alto Networks Micro-Credential Remote network Administrator (PMRnA)

The PMRnA micro-credential validates and demonstrates your comprehensive knowledge and skills in implementing and deploying Prisma SASE and SD-WAN for remote networks.

Full certification

Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator (PCNSA) Validate your knowledge of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall and protect our network from cyber attacks through the Palo Alto Networks Network Security Administrator (PCNSA) certification. This certification is designed for security administrators responsible for operating and administering Palo Alto Networks’ network security suite.

Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) Demonstrate and validate that you possess the necessary knowledge and skills required of network security engineers that design, deploy, operate, manage, and troubleshoot Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall.


How do I get started?

You have the flexibility to enroll in Certification Training up to six months following the completion of your training. Access to course materials and registration for training is available on the Palo Alto Networks Education Services website.

Sign up for your certification course today

Step 1

Attend an Instructor led course

(If you've completed your training, sign up for certification to qualify for the promotion.)

Step 3

Choose your course. Visit the Education home page and search for the certification you would like to enroll for.

Step 4

Prepare for the certification. The Education homepage provides study and exam information that you can use.

Step 5

Book your certification exam
(expense your exam administrative fee of AU$90 through the normal CBA expense process.)

Step 6

Upon completion, provide your certificate to your manager and Darren Walton from Palo Alto Networks (

If you have already completed the course, you may now get certified by following Steps 3-6.

Why Should You Get Certified Today?

Enhanced Skills and Knowledge:

Palo Alto Networks certification programs provide comprehensive training and assessment, ensuring that you acquire a deep understanding of key cybersecurity products. This knowledge enables you to contribute to protecting your digital assets.

Credibility and Recognition:

Certification serves as a formal recognition of your expertise. It validates your skills and knowledge in using specific cybersecurity products, which can be a valuable asset when seeking promotions.

Career Advancement:

Earning certifications can open up new job opportunities and career advancement prospects.

Current Industry Knowledge:

Certification programs typically require practitioners to stay updated with the latest industry trends and product features. This ensures that you remain relevant in an ever-changing cybersecurity landscape.

Problem-Solving Abilities:

Certification often involves practical exercises and real-world scenarios. This hands-on experience can sharpen your problem-solving skills, helping you respond effectively to cybersecurity incidents.

Personal Satisfaction:

Achieving certification can be personally fulfilling. It demonstrates a commitment to professional growth and a dedication to improving cybersecurity practices.

Why is Your Certification important to us?

Improved Security Posture:

Certified cybersecurity professionals are trained and knowledgeable about the latest security threats, vulnerabilities, and best practices. Their expertise helps organizations build a more robust and effective security posture, reducing the risk of data breaches and cyberattacks.

Protection of Customer Data:

Cybersecurity breaches can result in the loss of sensitive customer data, eroding trust and damaging the brand's reputation. Certified professionals can help safeguard customer information, maintaining customer trust and loyalty.

Business Continuity:

Certified professionals are trained to develop and implement robust disaster recovery and business continuity plans. This ensures that critical systems and data can be quickly restored in the event of a cyber incident, minimizing downtime.

Faster Incident Response:

Certified professionals are trained to respond swiftly and effectively to security incidents. Their expertise can help minimize the duration and impact of an incident, reducing associated costs.

Regulatory Compliance:

Many industries and regions have strict cybersecurity regulations and compliance requirements. Having certified professionals on staff ensures that the organization can meet these legal obligations, avoiding costly fines and penalties.

Efficient Resource Allocation:

Certified professionals can assess the organization's specific security needs and allocate resources more efficiently, ensuring that security investments align with actual risks and vulnerabilities.