Fast Lane now ATC for Palo Alto Networks

Fast Lane Computer Consultancy has announced that it is now an Authorised Training Centre (ATC) for the network security company, Palo Alto Networks. According to the agreement, it will offer the security company training courses throughout the Middle East region. The company is also an ATC for Cisco and NetApp in the region.

“We’re delighted to be an ATC in the Middle East for Palo Alto Networks,” said Josef Miskulnig, CEO, Fast Lane. “This relationship underscores our commitment to deliver exceptional service and value to our customers by employing and dedicating the best technical team in the industry. Our designation as a Palo Alto Networks ATC only strengthens our portfolio and highlights our unique skill set.”

Initially, Fast Lane Computer Consultancy will offer two core training courses, EDU 201 and EDU 205. The former one includes Palo Alto Networks Essentials 1- Firewall Installation, Configuration and Management. Students attending this introductory-level class will gain an in-depth knowledge of how to install, configure, and manage their next-generation firewalls, as well as configuration steps for the security, networking, threat prevention, logging, and reporting features of the Palo Alto Networks Operation System (PAN-OS).

EDU 205 comprise of Palo Alto Networks Essentials 2- Extended Firewall Management. According to the company, successful completion of this two-day course will enhance the student’s understanding of EDU 201 course topics as well as perform basic troubleshooting on the entire line of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls. Students will gain an in-depth knowledge of how to optimise their visibility and control over applications, users, and content.

“We’ve been investing in the Middle East to supply high demand for our next-generation security solutions. The Middle East has been one of our fastest-growing emerging markets,” said Ercan Aydin, Director of Emerging Markets, Palo Alto Networks. “We are pleased to work with Fast Lane as an ATC to offer essential training in the region.”


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