What is Fuel?
Network, Learn, Advance
Join over 37,000 cybersecurity professionals from around the globe in one of the tech industry’s most exciting user group program today. Make a difference in cybersecurity by participating in online and in-person chapter meetings, educational and training sessions, webinars, and more. Members also accelerate professional development and advancement through networking, training, and certifications.
Palo Alto Networks customers, partners, and customer-facing employees discuss why you should join the Fuel User Group and the benefits you can get.
Founded in 2014, the Fuel User Group has become grown into a global community of security professionals who are interested in sharing knowledge, best practices, and experiences related to cybersecurity. Membership is FREE!
What You Get with Fuel
Some of the key features of Fuel include:
Chapter Events. Local Fuel chapters are comprised of Palo Alto Networks customers, partners, and employees who share a common cybersecurity passion and desire to network with and learn from other local users of Palo Alto Networks. Find your local chapter.
Community Events. Fuel hosts several events throughout the year, including conferences, workshops, and webinars. These events provide members with the opportunity to connect with other professionals in their field, learn about new developments in cybersecurity, and gain practice insights to improve their security operations.
Online Forums. Fuel members have access to a private online community where they can connect with other members, share ideas, ask questions, and collaborate on security projects. These forums are moderated by Palo Alto Networks experts and are a great place for users to keep up to date on the latest security trends and best practices.
Training and Certification. Fuel offers members access to training and certification programs designed to help them improve their skills and advance their careers. These educational and training programs cover firewall configuration, threat prevention, cloud security, and other cybersecurity-related topics and help members to accelerate their certifications attainment and career development paths.
Virtual Test Lab Access. Fuel members have access to the Virtual Test Lab, which gives them hands-on experience with the interface at their own pace. The Virtual Test Lab enables them to discover any challenges or benefits in advance of production implementations, dig into new features, run reports, configure policies, and much more.
Spark User Summits. These user summits are held regularly around the globe, bringing together members of the local Fuel User Group community to learn and collaborate on solving critical security issues.
What Benefits Result from Fuel
There are a number of benefits for Fuel members that include:
Expand Your Network. Fuel provides you with the opportunity to connect with other professionals in your field, build relationships, and learn from each other’s experiences. This can help you expand your network and gain valuable insights into the security challenges facing other organizations.
Learn from Experts. Fuel hosts events and training programs that are led by Palo Alto Networks experts and other industry leaders. By attending these events, you can learn about new developments in cybersecurity and gain practical insights into how to improve your security operations.
Improve Your Skills. The training and certification programs offered by the Fuel can help you improve your skills and advance your career. By gaining new knowledge and certifications, you can demonstrate your expertise to your employers and potentially qualify for new job opportunities.
Access Product Support and Roadmaps. The Fuel gives you expanded access to product support and troubleshooting resources. This can help you to resolve issues with Palo Alto Networks products more quickly and effectively, minimizing downtime and improving overall security operations.
Stay Up to Date. The Fuel delivers you a range of resources and opportunities to stay up to date on the latest security trends and best practices. By staying informed, you can be better prepared to defend against emerging threats and keep your organization secure.