Virtual Spark User Summits
Virtual Spark User Summits are dedicated to bringing you top education and networking opportunities. Fuel virtual events include sessions about pandemic-related challenges in the industry, the latest products and updates from Palo Alto Networks and opportunities to connect with peers from across the globe.
Connect with Palo Alto Networks experts and Fuel members in a city near you at a Spark User Summit.
Presented in coordination with local Fuel chapters, Spark User Summits are events where you’ll:
Connect with fellow Palo Alto Networks users in your area
Hear exclusive updates and the latest threat research from Palo Alto Networks
Learn new skills integral to your job in hands-on workshops and collaborative sessions
Equip yourself against the constant flow of cybersecurity threats and challenges with new and enhanced strategies and solutions
These highly anticipated events feature presentations and workshops on topics such as new releases of PAN-OS , migration, mobile security, TrapsTM and more.
Past Spark User Summits
Automate for Security / Zero Trust and You
February 21, 2023
Learn how to automate and deploy responses and assets across your infrastructure as code along with best practices in zero trust with key and common practices and techniques that you might not have known you had access to!
Threat Hunting with Unit 42
October 25, 2022
An introduction of the threat landscape and how to be breech ready.
August 2, 2022
In this event, we will pull back the curtain of SaaS solutions where we are taking a look at key SaaS Security API's, strategies, insight and automation for your SaaS solutions.
June 28, 2022
In this Spark, learn what is and why you need a next generation firewall. Also, how to upgrade your firewall with key steps from technical support and personal. And Aviatrix will be on hand to talk about embedding security in your cloud network. Don't miss this firewall and security event!
May 24, 2022
Join Fuel on May 24th for our "SD-WAN Demystified" Spark User Summit event. Hear from Palo Alto Networks technical experts on the strategy behind SD-WAN, followed by deep-dive sessions on PANOS SD-WAN and Prisma SD-WAN and the use cases for each. These sessions will feature key technical insights and practical tips you can apply.
Implementing Zero Trust
Feb 22, 2022
Zero Trust is a security model designed specifically to protect the security of sensitive data and critical applications by leveraging network and user segmentation, preventing lateral movement, providing Layer 7 threat prevention, and simplifying granular user-access controls. Where traditional security models operate under the assumption that everything inside an organization’s perimeter can be trusted, the Zero Trust model recognizes that trust is a vulnerability.