Advanced Security Training: New SonicWall Network Security Professional (SNSP) Course & Certification

Building on the success of the recently released SonicWall Network Security Administrator (SNSA) course and certification, SonicWall is proud to announce the release of the SonicWall Network Security Professional (SNSP) course.

Designed for today’s IT professionals who need to go beyond basic administration skills, the SNSP program provides network and security engineers with the in-depth technical knowledge required to maximize the capabilities of SonicWall’s next-generation firewall appliances in complex environments.

What is SNSP and how is it improved?

The SNSP cybersecurity training program includes 16 learning modules taught during two days of instructor-led classroom training, including advanced routing, interface settings, advanced high availability and implementing best practices. It features:

  • 60 percent hands-on labs
  • 40 percent training lectures
  • Based on the recently released SonicOS 6.5.2 firmware

The SNSP will replace the existing Network Security Advanced Administrator (NSAA) course, which will be retired on June 30, 2019. After this date, no additional NSAA courses will be offered. However, the associated Certified SonicWall Security Professional (CSSP) certification will remain valid for two years after completion.

Delivery of the SNSP program will align with other SonicWall certification courses and will be incorporated into our existing Authorized Training Partner (ATP) strategy. This will ensure consistency in the delivery of training, regardless of where it is received, or which ATP provides it.

For more information on the SNSP course, or to find scheduled classes, go to the SonicWall Training and Certification page.

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Robert (Bob) VanKirk
Chief Marketing Officer | SonicWall
Bob joined SonicWall in April of 2017 with the objective of driving customer and partner focus across the Corporate Marketing, Product Management and Product Marketing teams. Key areas of focus include building SonicWall’s brand via global integrated marketing campaigns along with driving sales opportunities and increasing top line revenue via SonicWall’s marketing programs. Key success factors include metrics and measurement along with the close teaming with Sales, Engineering, Service, and other key functions across SonicWall. To date, the team is driving record activity and results in PR, lead generation, industry awards and analyst briefings.
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