Palo Alto Networks Firewall – Hands-On Cyber Security Course
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Learn about Cyber Security Attacks and How to Defeat them with Palo Alto Networks Firewalls
*** The only Palo Alto Networks Firewall course on Udemy 100% Ethical Hacking Oriented .***
Thousand of companies get compromised every year, and unfortunately many of them had no clue they could be the target of a Cyber Attack. Too often, they thought technologies like Firewall & IPS were not necessary in their network and underestimated the risk and damage of a breach.
In this training, you will learn why & how the bad actors target your network. You will also understand what cyber attacks are all about and be in a position where you can better protect your assets with Palo Alto Networks Firewalls.
The course will give you an introduction of the kill chain used by the bad actors to take control of a network and provide a method to successfully block every stage of a hack using Palo Alto Networks Firewalls. You will receive an introduction to the different features of Palo Alto Networks Firewalls such as Wildfire, Vulnerability Profiles, and DNS Security and learn where and how to use them effectively.
The course also comes with different demonstrations of ethical hacking activities and configuration of your Palo Alto Networks firewall. Like a Cyber Range Training or Blue Team / Red Team exercise you will be in the position of the attacker and the Firewall administrator to get the big picture of what Cyber Security is all about.
WHAT OTHER STUDENTS SAY
This was a great introductory cybersecurity course ! The course begins with a high-level overview of the cyber kill chain followed by a module for each step of the kill chain each of which includes a more-in-depth conceptual overview and practical demonstration, steps to prevent that step of the kill chain using Palo Alto Networks firewalls, and implementation best practices. I would definitely recommend this course to others as a brief introduction to cybersecurity (and the cyber kill chain) using Palo Alto Networks technologies.