Federal Ignite '17

This event qualifies for Yes CPEs

Leading government, cybersecurity, and industry professionals will gather together on October 23 and 24, 2017 for an interactive conversation on next-generation threat prevention at the Palo Alto Networks Federal Ignite 2017.

Ignite is where your toughest security challenges can be solved; it's the security conference you can't afford to miss! We've created a program designed to maximize your time with highly technical, interactive and educational sessions that will provide actionable insights and immediately applicable best practices to improve your organization's security posture.

This event qualifies for CPE credits.

You are guaranteed to exit each session with actionable data, tips, tricks and ideas to solve your organization's toughest security challenges and better protect your organization.

The hands-on experience will help expedite your organization’s adoption and use of valuable new security technologies and approaches.

The connections you make with peers and experts will expand your network of resources for quick advice and ideas to help you quickly address the problems you haven't even encountered yet.


Ready to prove your skills and upgrade your career? Take the Palo Alto Networks Certification and/or System Engineer Accreditation exam at this year's Federal Ignite event. Registration for exams is now open! This is the first opportunity to pursue the next-generation PCNSE “NEXT” exam. Join this elite group of PCNSE-certified and skilled professionals.


Exams being offered at Federal Ignite 2017:

  • PCNSE7
  • PSE: Platform - Professional
  • PSE: Endpoint - Professional
  • PSE: DataCenter – Professional

To schedule an exam at Fed Ignite visit: http://pearsonvue.com/paloaltonetworks/ignite/federal.asp



Interested in kicking the tires on the latest security innovations? Buckle your seatbelt and join us for a series of labs to test drive some of our latest product innovations. These labs will expose you to advanced capabilities within our next-generation firewall, new threat protection techniques, advanced endpoint protection, network security management and the latest concepts in securing a software-defined data center. You'll be guided through a series of hands-on exercises aimed at introducing you to an exciting array of products and features in the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform.



If you have some prior experience in the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform and want to learn more about specific topics, join us for a series of hands-on workshops allowing you to go deeper into specifics of our products. These hands-on workshops are created to give attendees an in-depth understanding of product and feature deployment and implementation. Some hands-on workshops require specific prior experience, please refer to the prerequisites for each workshop.



This event is not open to employees of competitive companies. If you register and are employed by a competitor, we reserve the right to remove you from the registration list or otherwise deny you entry to the event.

Speaker and Presenter Information

Invited Speaker: Tom Bossert, Homeland Security Advisor, White House

Congressman John Ratcliffe, Chairman, House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Protection

Mark McLaughlin, Chairman and CEO, Palo Alto Networks

Lee Klarich, Chief Product Officer, Palo Alto Networks

Peter Kim, Air Force Chief Information Security Officer

John Kindervag, Field Chief Technology Officer, Palo Alto Networks

Donald Freese, Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI for Information Technology Branch

Tim Hanlon, Former Chief, Infrastructure Management Office (AOES), U.S. Courts

Relevant Government Agencies

Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government

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Mon-Tue, Oct 23-24, 2017


Complimentary:  $0.00

Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
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