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Palo Alto Networks Plano, TX Reviews

  • "Great company"

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    Current Employee - Cyber Security Specialist in Plano, TX
    Current Employee - Cyber Security Specialist in Plano, TX

    I have been working at Palo Alto Networks full-time

    Pros

    Great place to be employed

    Cons

    Some micro managing involved at the company

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Palo Alto Networks Plano, TX Photos

Palo Alto Networks photo of: This group of employees from our Plano office recently volunteered at the North Texas Food Bank where they assembled nearly 700 boxes of food which equals more than 15,000 meals!
Palo Alto Networks photo of: Employee volunteers stuffed teddy bears equipped with voice recorders to be delivered to deployed military personnel so they can record messages to send back home to their families.
Palo Alto Networks photo of: Employee volunteers stuffed teddy bears equipped with voice recorders to be delivered to deployed military personnel so they can record messages to send back home to their families.
Palo Alto Networks photo of: Cafeteria

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Palo Alto Networks Plano, TX Salaries

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Palo Alto Networks Plano, TX Interviews

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  1. Helpful (2)  

    Technical Support Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Plano, TX
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Palo Alto Networks (Plano, TX) in April 2020.

    Interview

    I had an extremely difficult time understanding all the interviewers. every single one of them was Indian(5 total) with an accent which suggested that they were not from America, which s fine, but I was forced to ask them to repeat themselves several times. After the 2nd or 3rd time I got embarrassed and tried to "wing" the answer to their questions without all the information. Needless to say I didn't do very well. I felt like if I was hired that id be the token white guy in the office.

    Interview Questions

    • explain trceroute., explain tcp/SSL handshake process, define the makeup of a PDU, explain the OSI model, basic troubleshooting scenario   3 Answers
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