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PCCET Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Entry-level Technician

EXAM CODE: PCCET
EXAM NAME: Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Entry Level Technician (PCCET)

The PCCET certification is the first of its kind. It is aligned with the NIST/NICE (National Institute of Standards and Technology/National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education) workforce framework, designed to cover foundational knowledge of industry-recognized cybersecurity and network security concepts as well as various cutting-edge advancements across all Palo Alto Networks technologies.

Main Areas covered by Questions;
Fundamentals of Cybersecurity 30%
Network Security Components 30%
Cloud Technologies 20%
Elements of Security Operations 20%

Domain 1 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity 30%
Topic 1.1 Distinguish between Web 2.0 and 3.0 applications and services
Topic 1.2 Describe port-scanning methodologies and their impact
1.2.1 Nonstandard ports
1.2.2 Identify applications by their port number
Topic 1.3 Recognize applications used to circumvent port-based firewalls
Topic 1.4 Differentiate between common cloud computing service models
1.4.1 SaaS
1.4.2 PaaS
1.4.3 IaaS
Topic 1.5 Describe the business processes of supply-chain management
Topic 1.6 Describe the vulnerabilities associated with data being stored in the SaaS environment
1.6.1 Describe roles within a SaaS environment
1.6.2 Describe security controls for SaaS applications
Topic 1.7 Describe the impact of governance, regulation, and compliance
1.7.1 Differentiate between compliance and security
1.7.2 Identify major cybersecurity laws and their implications
Topic 1.8 Describe the tactics of the MITRE ATT&CK framework
1.8.1 Identify a leading indicator of a compromise
1.8.2 Describe how to use CVE
1.8.3 Describe how to use CVS
Topic 1.9 Identify the different attacker profiles and motivations
1.9.1 Describe the different value levels of the information that needs to be protected (political, financial, etc.)
Topic 1.10 Describe the different phases and events of the cyberattack lifecycle
1.10.1 Describe the purpose of command and control (C2)
Topic 1.11 Identify the characteristics, capabilities, and appropriate actions for different types of malware and ransomware
Topic 1.12 Differentiate between vulnerabilities and exploits
1.12.1 Differentiate between various business email compromise attacks
1.12.2 Identify different methodologies for social engineering
1.12.3 Identify the chain of events that result from social engineering
Topic 1.13 Identify what chain of events follows an attack
Topic 1.14 Differentiate between the functional aspects of bots and botnets
1.14.1 Describe the type of IoT devices that are part of a botnet attack
Topic 1.15 Differentiate the TCP/IP roles in DDoS attacks
1.15.1 Differentiate between DoS and DDoS
Topic 1.16 Describe advanced persistent threats
Topic 1.17 Describe risks with Wi-Fi networks
1.17.1 Differentiate between common types of Wi-Fi attacks
1.17.2 Describe how to monitor your Wi-Fi network
Topic 1.18 Describe perimeter-based network security
1.18.1 Identify the types of devices used in perimeter defense
Topic 1.19 Describe the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
Topic 1.20 Describe the transition from a trusted network to an untrusted network
1.20.1 Differentiate between North-South and East-West zones
Topic 1.21 Describe Zero Trust
1.21.1 Identify the benefits of the Zero Trust model
1.21.2 Identify the design principles for Zero Trust
1.21.3 Describe a microperimeter
1.21.4 Differentiate between Trust and Untrust zones
Topic 1.22 Describe the integration of services for network, endpoint, and cloud
Topic 1.23 Identify the capabilities of an effective Security Operating Platform
1.23.1 Describe the components of the Security Operating Platform
Domain 2 Network Security Components 30%
Topic 2.1 Differentiate between hubs, switches, and routers
2.1.1 Given a network diagram, Identify the icons for hubs, switches, and routers
Topic 2.2 Describe the use of VLANs
Topic 2.3 Differentiate between routed and routing protocols
Topic 2.4 Differentiate between static and dynamic routing protocols
2.4.1 Differentiate between link state and distance vector
Topic 2.5 Identify the borders of collision and broadcast domains
Topic 2.6 Differentiate between different types of area networks
2.6.1 WAN
2.6.2 LAN
Topic 2.7 Describe the advantages of SD-WAN
Topic 2.8 Describe the purpose of the Domain Name System (DNS)
2.8.1 Describe how DNS record types are used
2.8.2 Identify a fully qualified domain name (FQDN)
2.8.3 Describe the DNS hierarchy
Topic 2.9 Differentiate between categories of IoT devices
2.9.1 Identify the known security risks and solutions associated with IoT
Topic 2.10 Identify IoT connectivity technologies
Topic 2.11 Differentiate between IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
2.11.1 Describe binary-to-decimal conversion
2.11.2 Describe IPv4 CIDR notation
2.11.3 Describe IPv4 classful subnetting
2.11.4 Given a scenario, identify the proper subnet mask
2.11.5 Describe the purpose of subnetting
2.11.6 Describe the structure of IPv4 and IPv6
2.11.7 Describe the purpose of IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
Topic 2.12 Describe the purpose of a default gateway
Topic 2.13 Describe the role of NAT
Topic 2.14 Describe OSI and TCP/IP models
2.14.1 Identify the order of the layers of both OSI and TCP/IP models
2.14.2 Compare the similarities of some OSI and TCP/IP layers
2.14.3 Identify the protocols and functions of each OSI layer
Topic 2.15 Describe the data-encapsulation process
2.15.1 Describe the PDU format used at different layers
Topic 2.16 Identify the characteristics of various types of network firewalls
2.16.1 Traditional firewalls
2.16.2 Next-generation firewalls
2.16.3 Differentiate between NGFWs and traditional firewalls
Topic 2.17 Describe the application of NGFW deployment options (i.e., PA-, VM- and CN-Series)
Topic 2.18 Differentiate between intrusion detection systems and intrusion prevention systems
2.18.1 Differentiate between knowledge-based and behavior-based systems
Topic 2.19 Describe virtual private networks
2.19.1 Describe when to use VPNs
Topic 2.20 Differentiate between the different tunneling protocols
Topic 2.21 Describe the purpose of data loss prevention
2.21.1 Classify different types of data (e.g., sensitive, inappropriate)
Topic 2.22 Differentiate the various types of security functions from those that are integrated into UTM devices
Topic 2.23 Describe endpoint security standards
2.23.1 Describe the advantages of endpoint security
2.23.2 Describe host-based intrusion detection/prevention systems
2.23.3 Differentiate between signature-based and behavioral-based malware protection
2.23.4 Describe application block and allow listing
2.23.5 Describe the concepts of false-positive and false-negative alerts
2.23.6 Describe the purpose of anti-spyware software
Topic 2.24 Identify differences in managing wireless devices compared to other endpoint devices
Topic 2.25 Describe the purpose of identity and access management
2.25.1 Single- and multi-factor Authentication
2.25.2 Separation of duties and impact on privileges
2.25.3 RBAC, ABAC, DAC, and MAC
2.25.4 User profiles
Topic 2.26 Describe the integration of NGFWs with the cloud, networks, and endpoints
Topic 2.27 Describe App-ID, User-ID, and Content-ID
Topic 2.28 Describe Palo Alto Networks firewall subscription services
2.28.1 WildFire
2.28.2 URL Filtering
2.28.3 Threat Prevention
2.28.4 DNS Security
2.28.5 IoT Security
2.28.6 SD-WAN
2.28.7 Advanced Threat Prevention
2.28.8 Advanced URL Filtering
2.28.9 GlobalProtect
2.28.10 Enterprise DLP
2.28.11 SaaS Security Inline
2.28.12 Virtual Systems
Topic 2.29 Describe network security management
2.29.1 Identify the deployment modes of Panorama
2.29.2 Describe the three components of Best Practice Assessment (BPA)
Domain 3 Cloud Technologies 20%
Topic 3.1 Describe the NIST cloud service and deployment models
Topic 3.2 Recognize and list cloud security challenges
3.2.1 Describe the vulnerabilities in a shared community environment
3.2.2 Describe cloud security responsibilities
3.2.3 Describe cloud multitenancy
3.2.4 Differentiate between security tools in various cloud environments
3.2.5 Describe identity and access management controls for cloud resources
3.2.6 Describe different types of cloud security alerts and notifications
Topic 3.3 Identify the 4 Cs of cloud native security
Topic 3.4 Describe the purpose of virtualization in cloud computing
3.4.1 Describe the types of hypervisors
3.4.2 Describe characteristics of various cloud providers
3.4.3 Describe economic benefits of cloud computing and virtualization
3.4.4 Describe the security implications of virtualization
Topic 3.5 Explain the purpose of containers in application deployment
3.5.1 Differentiate containers versus virtual machines
3.5.2 Describe Container as a Service
3.5.3 Differentiate a hypervisor from a Docker Container
Topic 3.6 Describe how serverless computing is used
Topic 3.7 Describe DevOps
Topic 3.8 Describe DevSecOps
Topic 3.9 Illustrate the continuous integration/continuous delivery pipeline
Topic 3.10 Explain governance and compliance related to deployment of SaaS applications
3.10.1 Describe security compliance to protect data
3.10.2 Describe privacy regulations globally
3.10.3 Describe security compliance between local policies and SaaS applications
Topic 3.11 Describe the cost of maintaining a physical data center
Topic 3.12 Differentiate between data-center security weaknesses of traditional solutions versus cloud environments
Topic 3.13 Differentiate between east-west and north-south traffic patterns
Topic 3.14 Describe the four phases of hybrid data-center security
Topic 3.15 Describe how data centers can transform their operations incrementally
Topic 3.16 Describe the cloud-native security platform
Topic 3.17 Identify the four pillars of Prisma Cloud application security
Topic 3.18 Describe the concept of SASE
Topic 3.19 Describe the SASE layer
3.19.1 Describe sanctioned, tolerated, and unsanctioned SaaS applications
3.19.2 List how to control sanctioned SaaS usage
Topic 3.20 Describe the network-as-a-service layer
Topic 3.21 Describe how Prisma Access provides traffic protection
Topic 3.22 Describe Prisma Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM)
Domain 4 Elements of Security Operations 20%
Topic 4.1 Describe the main elements included in the development of SOC business objectives
Topic 4.2 Describe the components of SOC business management and operations
Topic 4.3 List the six essential elements of effective security operations
Topic 4.4 Describe the four SecOps functions
4.4.1 Identify
4.4.2 Investigate
4.4.3 Mitigate
4.4.4 Boost
Topic 4.5 Describe SIEM
Topic 4.6 Describe the purpose of security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR)
Topic 4.7 Describe the analysis tools used to detect evidence of a security compromise
Topic 4.8 Describe how to collect security data for analysis
Topic 4.9 Describe the use of analysis tools within a security operations environment
Topic 4.10 Describe the responsibilities of a security operations engineering team
Topic 4.11 Describe the Cortex platform in a security operations environment and the purpose of Cortex XDR for various endpoints
Topic 4.12 Describe how Cortex XSOAR improves security operations efficiency
Topic 4.13 Describe how Cortex Data Lake improves security operations visibility
Topic 4.14 Describe how XSIAM can be used to accelerate SOC threat response
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Question: 64
SecOps consists of interfaces, visibility, technology, and which other three elements? (Choose three.)
A. People
B. Accessibility
C. Processes
D. Understanding
E. Business
Answer: ACE
Question: 65
Which IoT connectivity technology is provided by satellites?
A. 4G/LTE
B. VLF
C. L-band
D. 2G/2.5G
Answer: C
Question: 66
What does Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR do first when an endpoint is asked to run an executable?
A. run a static analysis
B. check its execution policy
C. send the executable to WildFire
D. run a dynamic analysis
Answer: B
Question: 67
What is the key to taking down a botnet?
A. prevent bots from communicating with the C2
B. install openvas software on endpoints
C. use LDAP as a directory service
D. block Docker engine software on endpoints
Answer: A
Question: 68
How does Prisma SaaS provide protection for Sanctioned SaaS applications?
A. Prisma SaaS connects to an organizations internal print and file sharing services to provide protection and sharing
visibility
B. Prisma SaaS does not provide protection for Sanctioned SaaS applications because they are secure
C. Prisma access uses Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Web categorization to provide protection and sharing
visibility
D. Prisma SaaS connects directly to sanctioned external service providers SaaS application service to provide
protection and sharing visibility
Answer: D
Question: 69
Which type of Software as a Service (SaaS) application provides business benefits, is fast to deploy, requires minimal cost
and is infinitely scalable?
A. Benign
B. Tolerated
C. Sanctioned
D. Secure
Answer: C
Question: 70
How does DevSecOps Boost the Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipeline?
A. DevSecOps improves pipeline security by assigning the security team as the lead team for continuous deployment
B. DevSecOps ensures the pipeline has horizontal intersections for application code deployment
C. DevSecOps unites the Security team with the Development and Operations teams to integrate security into the
CI/CD pipeline
D. DevSecOps does security checking after the application code has been processed through the CI/CD pipeline
Answer: C
Question: 71
Which type of LAN technology is being displayed in the diagram?
A. Star Topology
B. Spine Leaf Topology
C. Mesh Topology
D. Bus Topology
Answer: C
Question: 72
An Administrator wants to maximize the use of a network address. The network is 192.168.6.0/24 and there are three
subnets that need to be created that can not overlap. Which subnet would you use for the network with 120 hosts?
Requirements for the three subnets:
Subnet 1: 3 host addresses -
Subnet 2: 25 host addresses -
Subnet 3: 120 host addresses -
A. 192.168.6.168/30
B. 192.168.6.0/25
C. 192.168.6.160/29
D. 192.168.6.128/27
Answer: B
Question: 73
Which two network resources does a directory service database contain? (Choose two.)
A. Services
B. /etc/shadow files
C. Users
D. Terminal shell types on endpoints
Answer: AC
Question: 74
Which model would a customer choose if they want full control over the operating system(s) running on their cloud
computing platform?
A. SaaS
B. DaaS
C. PaaS
D. IaaS
Answer: D
Question: 75
What is a key advantage and key risk in using a public cloud environment?
A. Multi-tenancy
B. Dedicated Networks
C. Dedicated Hosts
D. Multiplexing
Answer: A
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  • Palo Alto Networks has achieved market leadership in the cybersecurity industry due to its competitive advantage in security hardware and network security software.
  • The company has the highest market share in the cybersecurity market, with a strong performance in network firewalls and a leading position in various network security software sub-segments.
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Shares of Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ:PANW) climbed nearly 5% in Monday’s pre-market session following a Friday announcement from S&P Dow Jones Indices indicating that the cybersecurity firm is joining the S&P 500 (NYSE:SPY).

What Happened: The Santa Clara, California-based company will replace DISH Network Corp (NASDAQ:DISH) in the broad market index.

Dish will move to the S&P SmallCap 600, replacing Cutera, Inc (NASDAQ:CUTR).

The reshuffling will take effect prior to the opening bell on June 20, corresponding with the quarterly rebalance of the indices, S&P said. The goal is to ensure that each index accurately reflects its respective market capitalization range.

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Palo Alto Networks’ move comes as the company’s shares are ebbing around all-time highs.

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The announcement also affects a range of companies across the S&P MidCap 400 and S&P SmallCap 600.

A group of companies — Doximity Inc (NYSE:DOCS), Berry Global Group Inc (NYSE:BERY), and Planet Fitness Inc (NYSE:PLNT) — will join the S&P MidCap 400.

In the S&P SmallCap 600, new entrants include Artisan Partners Asset Management Inc (NYSE:APAM), CarGurus Inc (NASDAQ:CARG), and Schrodinger Inc (NADSAQ: SDGR).

Other companies affected by the reshuffle, like Doximity and Planet Fitness, also saw shares move to the upside on Monday.

PANW Price Action: Shares of Palo Alto Networks are trading 4.71% higher to $227.50, according to data from Benzinga Pro.

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Palo Alto Networks stock rises 4% with company set to join S&P 500

Palo Alto Networks (PANW) stock rose nearly 4% on Monday as investors cheered the cybersecurity company's addition to the S&P 500 Index (^GSPC).

Palo Alto Networks will replace Dish Networks (DISH) as part of the index's quarterly rebalancing on June 19, S&P said in a release late Friday. Palo Alto Networks will join the Information Technology (XLK) sector of the S&P 500. Palo Alto Networks will be the sixth addition to the index this year.

The stock of the cybersecurity company hit a 52-week high on May 24 after boosting the low end of its full-year revenue forecast along with its first quarter earnings release.

Shares of Palo Alto Networks have outperformed the S&P 500 this year. Palo Alto Networks is up more than 55% this year while the S&P 500 has risen 11.5%; Dish stock has fallen more than 48% over that period.

Companies often see their stock rise upon inclusion in the S&P 500, as an estimated $15 trillion benchmarked to the index creates forced buyers of the stock. Products like index funds and ETFs that track the S&P attempt to own each stock in the index at their equivalent weighting in the index. Investors cannot invest directly in an index.

The rise in Palo Alto Networks stock comes as concerns ebb over spending in areas like cloud computing, which had pressured markets last year. During the company's earnings call on May 23, Palo Alto CEO Nikesh Arora noted that while the macroeconomic environment is "still hard," his company is finding ways to fight through.

"The overall macro trends of cautious spending, deal scrutiny, and cost and value consciousness persist," Arora said on the call.

"Moreover, the behavior continues to be more widespread across a larger swath of our customers. Against this backdrop, we have been staying ahead with rigorous execution. We've increased our own deal scrutiny, gotten ahead of the challenges, and continue to sharpen our business value focus while demonstrating superior security outcomes to our customers."

The Palo Alto Networks Inc. logo, the American multinational cybersecurity company, being displayed on their stand during the Mobile World Congress 2023 on March 2, 2023, in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Joan Cros/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Wall Street is also bullish on the S&P 500's existing name, with 41 analysts rating the stock at a Buy or equivalent rating, six analysts keeping a Hold or equivalent rating on the stock, and no analysts rating shares a Sell, according to data from Bloomberg. The consensus price target among analysts is $236, reflecting roughly 8% upside in the stock.

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Palo Alto Networks Ignite ’22: AI-Powered SecOps Is the Future of Cybersecurity

Ever wonder what keeps executives and CEOs up at night? The answer, according to a global survey conducted by Palo Alto Networks, is cybersecurity. Cybercrime is one of the leading concerns for businesses heading into 2023, and cyber budgets are expected to “grow 15 percent per year over the next three years, reaching $10.5 trillion USD annually by 2025, up from $3 trillion USD in 2015,” according to research firm Cybersecurity Ventures.

Speaking at the 10th anniversary of Palo Alto Networks Ignite ’22, experts warned that the global landscape is actually making it easier for attackers. “Today we are living in a state of hyperconnectivity, which means that everything online is an open vector for a threat,” said Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora. “It starts to feel like a game of whack-a-mole.”

There are more attacks happening per second than there are IT professionals to fight them. “It’s very discouraging,” agreed Lee Klarich, the company’s chief product officer. “Every time a new product is developed to advance progress, cybercriminals see it as an opportunity to exploit.”

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The Future of Cybersecurity: What IT Leaders Should Expect

Until now, businesses typically patch problems as they come up. “We’ve been reactive when we need to be proactive,” said Arora. Speakers at the morning keynote session cited President Biden’s May 2021 executive order to Boost the nation’s cybersecurity as a major motivator to prioritize this issue, predicting that with more national awareness, the SEC could enforce more cybersecurity policies and regulations on businesses.

Following that call to action, Klarich outlined a plan for combatting cyberthreats using artificial intelligence: “A platform-oriented, AI approach driving security outcomes. It’s a ground-up transformation of cybersecurity.” Much of that transformation depends on automation. “AI is going to be what the internet was for us 30 years ago and what the iPhone was for us 15 years ago. It’s that kind of game changer,” said Arora.

AI is going to be what the internet was for us 30 years ago and what the iPhone was for us 15 years ago. It’s that kind of game changer.”

Nikesh Arora CEO, Palo Alto Networks

The Three Major Cybersecurity Challenges Facing the Industry

There are three major problems facing the cybersecurity industry that transformative AI-powered platforms can combat. But even with hope on the horizon, IT professionals still need to understand the interconnectedness of these challenges.

1. Fragmentation of cybersecurity tools. “Every customer may have as many as 30 cybersecurity vendors in their infrastructure,” said Arora. “We put the onus of integrating these tools together on the customer.” This makes for a more taxing experience and increases the likelihood of error, he said.

2. SOC teams are reactive not proactive. Currently, security operations center teams are reactive in remediating threats when they should be proactive. Typically, SOCs receive an alert and begin to investigate. Even if the threat is resolved in a single minute, that’s still 60 seconds for hackers to access a company’s data.

3. Companies lack a fully integrated security platform. There is no central place for all cybersecurity apps to reside. This creates an inconsistent customer experience with a weaker line of defense.

Lee Klarich, Chief Product Officer Palo Alto Networks. Photo courtesy of Palo Alto Networks

How AI-Driven SecOps Changes the Current Paradigm

AI allows IT professionals to address these three challenges at once. “So far, we’ve fought cyberthreats with human intelligence, but we need to leverage AI to automate the workflow and deeply integrate technology with threat intelligence,” said Arora.

There’s also the issue of speed. The lag time between vulnerability and exposure is shrinking, and SecOps analysts can only work so fast. AI, on the other hand, can analyze data quickly to locate potential threats. According to Klarich, the AI-driven method is already paying off. “In the last few months, close to 6 million unique attacks were prevented on real-use traffic,” he said.

In fact, Palo Alto Networks found that AI is improving threat detection by 47 percent in terms of speed to remediate and 45 percent in terms of managing vulnerabilities. By deploying a combination of a platform service, cloud computing and AI companies can bolster cyber defenses tenfold.

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Palo Alto lifts annual forecasts on resilient cybersecurity spending

May 23 (Reuters) - Palo Alto Networks Inc (PANW.O) raised its annual forecasts for revenue and adjusted profit on Tuesday as enterprise customers shift to one-stop shops for their cybersecurity needs in a bid to reduce costs.

Shares of the Santa Clara, California-based company gained 4% to $197.2 in volatile trading after the bell.

A rise in cyber crime and the growing digital presence of businesses and governments have fed demand for cybersecurity software, helping soften the impact from technology budgets shrinking in the face of high interest rates and inflation.

"The market is tough and definitely more challenging than when we started the year," the company said during its earnings call. "We are fortunate to be focused upon a technology market that is more resilient."

It is also working on embedding generative AI, the technology behind chatbot sensation ChatGPT, into products and workflows.

"Raised guidance for Q4 billings growth gives us more confidence to expect demand headwinds to ease incrementally as we set up for stronger performance in FY24," said Janice Quek, equity analyst at CFRA Research.

Palo Alto, which counts Accenture and Salesforce (CRM.N) among its clients, now expects 2023 adjusted net income per share of $4.25 to $4.29, from $3.97 to $4.03 estimated earlier.

It increased the lower end of its full-year revenue outlook to between $6.88 billion and $6.91 billion, compared with a prior forecast of $6.85 billion to $6.91 billion.

The company also forecast fourth-quarter revenue between $1.94 billion and $1.97 billion, compared with analysts' estimates of $1.95 billion, according to Refinitiv data.

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What happened

Shares of Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ: PANW) got a 5% bump Monday morning on the first trading day after it was announced that the stock will be joining the S&P 500 index.

S&P Dow Jones Indices announced Friday evening, after close of trading for the week, that before trading opens on Tuesday, satellite TV operator Dish Network (NASDAQ: DISH) will drop out of the S&P 500 index of America's largest companies and fall into the S&P SmallCap 600 index instead.

Its place in the S&P 500 will be taken by cybersecurity company Palo Alto.  

So what

Investors should be aware that this change doesn't directly affect the fundamentals of either business. It's simply a reflection of the fact that, with its stock up 27% over the past year and valued at nearly $70 billion, Palo Alto is now a very big company -- while with its stock down 66% over the same period, and now valued at less than $4 billion, Dish is a much smaller company.

The former therefore belongs in the S&P 500 index of big companies; the latter belongs in the S&P 500 index of smaller companies. It's really as simple as that.

Regardless, investors today are presumably buying up Palo Alto shares on the theory that, come Tuesday, mutual funds and ETFs that try to mimic the holdings of the S&P 500 will be out shopping for Palo Alto stock to reflect the new composition of that index.

Now what

This is not to say, however, that investors are acting illogically in buying Palo Alto shares today. For one thing, the fact that index funds and ETFs will be buying Palo Alto stock tomorrow probably will create some temporary "buying pressure" that could lift the stock price. In the short term, therefore, snapping up some Palo Alto stock today could be a good call.

In the short term...and the long term, too. After all, Palo Alto just finished reporting quarterly sales growth of 24%, strong profits, and more than $400 million in positive free cash flow, whereas Dish Network is coming off a quarter in which sales declined 9% -- and profits plunged 48%.

That may or may not be a good reason to sell Dish stock today, but it's certainly a good reason to buy Palo Alto Networks.

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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Abercrombie & Fitch, Palo Alto Networks, Moderna and more Customers exit an Abercrombie & Fitch store in San Francisco. © Provided by CNBC Customers exit an Abercrombie & Fitch store in San Francisco.

Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.

Citigroup — Citigroup shares fell nearly 3%. The bank announced plans to spin off its Mexico business Banamex through an initial public offering after its efforts to find a buyer for the unit failed.

Palo Alto Networks — The cybersecurity company saw its shares jump nearly 8%. The action came a day after Palo Alto Networks posted a better-than-expected quarterly report and strong earnings guidance. The company reported adjusted earnings of $1.10 per share and revenue of $1.72 billion. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had estimated earnings of 93 cents per share and $1.71 billion in revenue.

Netflix — Shares rose 1.2%. On Tuesday, the company started notifying customers of its password-sharing rules in the U.S. Oppenheimer said the crackdown on account sharing should help the stock.

Analog Devices — Analog Devices dropped 8% in midday trading. The semiconductor manufacturing firm gave weaker-than-expected guidance for the fiscal third quarter, despite beating expectations on the top and bottom lines in its second quarter. Analog Devices expects adjusted earnings of about $2.52 per share in the third quarter, compared to analysts' forecasts of $2.65 per share, according to FactSet. The company expects revenue of about $3.10 billion, less than the $3.16 billion estimate.

Tesla — Shares of Elon Musk's electric vehicle maker dipped about 2% midday. Disappointing quarterly results from Chinese rival Xpeng sent EV stocks lower. Xpeng missed estimates on revenue and posted a wider loss than analysts expected, per Refinitiv. The company also forecast a decline in vehicle deliveries.

Energy stocks — Shares of oil companies rose Wednesday. The move came a day after Saudi Arabia's energy minister indicated potential OPEC+ output reductions. The Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLE) was up 0.3%. Marathon Oil and APA both gained roughly 1%.

Semiconductor stocks — Semiconductor shares declined Wednesday. A spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce spoke out against Japan's chip export restrictions to China a day earlier. Shares of Microchip Technology were down 6%. NXP Semiconductors fell 4%, while On Semiconductor shed 3%. Nvidia also declined 2% ahead of its earnings announcement after the bell. 

Moderna — The biotech company's shares fell more than 4%. The drop marks a sharp reversal for the stock, which has popped in recent days amid news of the new XBB variant wave of Covid cases in China. Beijing officials reportedly estimate this could result in 65 million new weekly cases by the end of June.

Abercrombie & Fitch — Shares of the apparel retailer soared 26% after the company reported fiscal first-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' estimates, according to Refinitiv. The apparel retailer also issued strong guidance for the fiscal second quarter and full year.

Urban Outfitters — Shares of the retail company spiked about 16%. On Tuesday, Urban Outfitters issued a fiscal first-quarter report that beat expectations on the top and bottom lines. The company generated 56 cents in earnings per share on $1.11 billion of revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had penciled in 35 cents of earnings per share on $1.09 billion of revenue. Barclays upgraded the stock to overweight from equal weight after the earnings report.

Accolade — Shares jumped nearly 7% following an upgrade to buy from neutral from Bank of America. The firm said the health benefits assistance company has a "steady growth engine."

Stem — Stem shares climbed 5%. Evercore ISI initiated coverage of the stock with an outperform rating, saying the energy storage company is a leader in a rapidly growing market given the rise in clean energy technologies. The firm said in a Tuesday note Stem is "well-positioned to capture a significant market share," and is a "growth story."

Corning — Shares gained 2% a day after Corning announced it would hike prices for its display glass products 20%. The company said the price adjustment is intended to offset ongoing high energy and material costs. Corning said it expects demand to grow in the second half of 2023. 

Kohl's — The retail giant got a 5% lift in its shares after it reported an unexpected first-quarter profit Wednesday and reaffirmed its full-year outlook. The company said its stores have improved productivity and noted sustained momentum at Sephora at Kohl's.

Agilent Technologies — Shares of the laboratory technology company declined almost 8%. On Tuesday, Agilent posted guidance for earnings and revenue in the fiscal third quarter was lower than anticipated, according to Refinitiv. However, the company posted beats on the top and bottom lines for the previous quarter.

Intuit — The tax software company's shares declined 7% a day after Intuit issued quarterly results. While Intuit's fiscal third-quarter earnings came above analysts' estimates, the company reported a revenue miss, according to Refinitiv data. The company's earnings outlook for the current quarter also missed analysts' expectations. 

— CNBC's Samantha Subin, Alex Harring, Yun Li, Brian Evans, Jesse Pound and Tanaya Macheel contributed reporting.

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As Cybersecurity Budgets Grow, Palo Alto Networks, Cisco, and Others Compete No result found, try new keyword!Enterprise cybersecurity budgets could ... Jim Cramer and the Action Alerts Plus team, which holds a position in Palo Alto Networks, attributed the dip in part to recent turnover in the company's ... Sat, 09 Mar 2019 00:10:00 -0600 text/html https://www.thestreet.com/technology/security-14891666 Palo Alto Networks Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for Offering Cost-effective and Timely Protection to Reduce the Risk of a Data Breach

Palo Alto Networks offers a robust platform that meets the industry's needs by reducing risk exposure and increasing agility and throughput performance capabilities.

SAN ANTONIO, May 31, 2023 /CNW/ -- Frost & Sullivan recently assessed the network security industry and, based on its findings, recognizes Palo Alto Networks with the 2022 Indian Company of the Year Award. The company offers innovative next-gen products for network security that authenticates, validates, and apply threat prevention capabilities across a company's infrastructure and tackle the most critical global security challenges. Its Zero Trust Network Security Platform is holistic and manages network, cloud-native, and operational security, positioning it as a pioneer in the network security industry. Its state-of-the-art offering and continuous innovation have resulted in sustained leadership and impressive growth momentum in India.

2022 Indian Network Security Company of the Year Award

Palo Alto Networks Zero Trust Network Security Platform allows users to work from anywhere without restrictions. It includes Prisma Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), a unified solution that lowers network and security complexity and enhances corporate agility. The Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) allows customers to adopt Zero Trust with integrated, cloud-based security to stop unknown zero-day assaults and block even the most evasive attackers, balancing security and performance. The one-of-a-kind cloud-delivered security services offer best-in-class protection anywhere, harnessing the network impact of 85,000 global customers to stop known, unknown, and zero-day attacks 180 times faster than any other solution.

Parminder Kaur, Director of Cybersecurity, Frost & Sullivan, said, "With a legacy of the Indian cybersecurity market leadership, Palo Alto Networks compelling value proposition underpins its sustained success. It is well-positioned to capitalize on new growth opportunities and drive the Indian network security space into its next growth phase, capturing market share and sustaining its leadership in the coming years."

Palo Alto Networks educates potential clients about viewing network security as a holistic architecture rather than siloed point products. With its customer-centric corporate philosophy, it operates on the central tenet that its success depends on providing customer value. The company's offerings are scalable, allowing enterprises to reap significant future value. Their foundational approach establishes customer trust for long-lasting relationships throughout the product lifecycle. In 2021, the company captured a remarkable 21.5% of the Indian market share and emerged as the regional market leader.

"Palo Alto Networks proactively educates C-level executives about cybersecurity and provides extensive training. It remains a trusted partner, earning a reputation for offering the overall best in the Indian network security industry," added Ojaswi Rana, Best Practices Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. With its sterling reputation and strong overall performance, Palo Alto Networks earns Frost & Sullivan's 2022 India Company of the Year Award in the network security industry.

Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents a Company of the Year award to the organization that demonstrates excellence in growth strategy and implementation in its field. The award recognizes a high degree of innovation with products and technologies and the resulting leadership in customer value and market penetration.

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices awards recognize companies in various regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analyses, and extensive secondary research to identify best practices in the industry.

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