Palo Alto Networks PCCSA Real Exam Preparation

Palo Alto Networks PCCSA Real Exam Preparation

Are you ready to pass the Palo Alto Networks PCCSA  exam?

Practice test for the Palo Alto Networks PCCSA certification. This will help assess how ready you are to pass the exam.

Certification Exam informations

Updated 04.04.2020:

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How To Register For An Exam

Exam appointments may be made in advance or on the day you wish to test, subject to availability. The exam/appointment testing time limit noted on Pearson VUE web pages reflects the total appointment time, including an NDA, exam time, and survey.

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Palo Alto Networks Certification Program Agreement

All certification candidates are required to accept and agree to the terms of the Palo Alto Networks Certification Candidate Agreement before taking a certification exam. Palo Alto Networks encourages candidates to download and carefully review the agreement before their exam appointment. The Agreement will not be available at the testing center. It will be provided with the exam confirmation email from Pearson VUE. The Agreement is between Palo Alto Networks and each individual candidate and not with the employer of those candidates.

Exam Rescheduling and Cancellation Policies

If candidate needs to reschedule or cancel their exam the must contact Pearson VUE 48 hours prior to the exam appointment. Rescheduling an exam less than 48 hours in advance is subject to the same day forfeit of exam fee. Exams scheduled with ADA accommodations need to reschedule or cancel their exam 72 hours in advance or will be subject to the same day forfeit exam fee.

ID Requirements

Photo Capture and Digital Signature Requirements

To maintain the highest level of security and authentication, all Palo Alto Networks score reports provided at Pearson VUE testing center will include a photo of the candidate. Test Center Administrators are required to take a photograph of each candidate prior to testing. Candidates who do not wish to have their picture taken will need to contact paloalto 14 business days in advance of the exam.

Testing Center Administrators will also capture Digital Signatures during the sign in process at the testing centers.

Identification (ID) Requirements

Carefully review the ID requirements prior to your exam appointment

Palo Alto PCCSA Exam Topics:

SectionObjectivesCybersecurity Foundation

1. Cybersecurity Landscape
– Modern computing trends
– New application framework and threat vectors
– Turbulence in the cloud
– SaaS application risks
– Compliance and security are not the same
– Recent high-profile cyber-attack examples

2. Cyberthreats
– Attacker profiles and motivations
– Modern cyber-attack strategy

3. Endpoint security basics

4. Cyber-attack Techniques and Types
– Malware
– Vulnerabilities and exploits
– Spamming and phishing
– Bots and botnets
Spamming botnets
DDoS botnets
Financial botnets

5. Wi-Fi and Advanced Persistent Threats
– Wi-Fi vulnerabilities
Wired equivalent privacy
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA/WPA2/WPA3)
– Wi-Fi man-in-the-middle attacks
Evil Twin
– Advanced Persistent Threats

Cybersecurity Gateway

1. The Connected Globe
– The NET: How things connect
– Introduction to networking devices
– Routed and routing protocols
– Area networks and topologies
– Domain Name System (DNS)

2. Physical, Logical, and Virtual Addressing
– IP addressing basics
– Introduction to subnetting

3. Packet Encapsulation and Lifecycle
– The OSI and TCP/IP models
– Data encapsulation

4. Network Security Models
– Perimeter-based network security strategy
– Zero Trust security
Core Zero Trust design principles
Zero Trust conceptual architecture
Key Zero Trust criteria and capabilities
Implementing a Zero Trust design

5. Cloud and Data Center Security
– Cloud computing depends on virtualization
– Cloud computing security considerations and requirements
– Traditional data security solution weaknesses
– East-west traffic protection
– Implementing security in virtualized data centers

6. Network Security Technologies
– Firewalls
Packet filtering firewalls
Stateful packet inspection (SPI) firewalls
Application firewalls
– Intrusion detection and prevention systems
– Web content filters
– Virtual private networks
Point-to-point tunneling protocol)
Layer 2 tunneling protocol
Secure socket tunneling protocol
Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption
Internet Protocol Security
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
– Data loss prevention
– Unified Threat Management
– Security information and event management

7. Endpoint security
– Anti-malware
Application whitelisting
Anomaly detection
– Anti-spyware
– Personal firewalls
– Host-based Intrusion Prevention Systems (HIPS)
– Mobile device management

8. Cloud, Virtualization, and Storage Security
– Cloud computing
– Virtualization
– Local and remote storage

9. Networking Concepts
– Server and system administration
Patch management
Configuration management
– Directory services
– Structured host and network troubleshooting
– ITIL fundamentals
– Help desk and technical support

Cybersecurity Essentials

1. Security Operating Platform

2. Network Security
– Next-generation firewalls
Application identification
User Identification
Content identification
Log correlation and reporting
– Palo Alto Networks Expedition (Migration Tool)
– Network security management (Panorama)

3. Endpoint Protection
– Advanced endpoint protection (Traps)
Malware prevention
Exploit prevention
Traps deployment architecture
Traps in action
– Mobile security and VPN management (GlobalProtect)

4. Cloud Security
– Cloud monitoring and compliance (Evident)
– SaaS security (Aperture)
SaaS threat prevention
Data exposure visibility
Contextual data exposure control
Advanced document classification
Retroactive policy

5. Application Framework and Logging Service
– Behavioral analytics (Magnifier)
– Log management (Logging Service)
– Threat intelligence (AutoFocus)
Priority alerts and tags
Threat correlation
Actionable intelligence
– Threat indicator sharing (MineMeld)
– Malware analysis (WildFire)
Behavior-based cyberthreat discovery
Threat prevention with global intelligence sharing
Integrated logging, reporting, and forensics


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