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Check Point leads the way in UTM Magic Quadrant
Check Point has been named a ‘leader’ in Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant for unified threat management, alongside two other vendors.
Check Point and AirWatch partner up to tackle enterprise mobility threats
“Partnering with Check Point gives our customers a complete security platform to tackle today’s mobile threats."
New security flaw on Samsung, LG Android devices
A new security vulnerability has been discovered within the Android operating system that affects devices made by several major manufacturers.
Check Point and VMware team up for software defined data centre security
Check Point and VMware have teamed up to offer advanced security within the software defined data centre.
Check Point: Protecting ICS from cyber threats
“The result of an industrial control systems (ICS) breach will be devastating - and it’s not a question of ‘if it happens,’ but ‘when it happens'."
Checkpoint and FireEye team up to battle cyber threats
We’ve arrived at a point in time where the best way to battle cyber threats is to join forces so that we can provide a deeper level of security."
Margins aplenty and a new channel manager for Check Point
Check Point has upped its margins and added channel specific headcount for New Zealand as it ramps up its focus on new security technologies.
Check Point ramps up margins and channel focus
Twenty-point margins are up for grabs as Check Point ramps up efforts to encourage partners to sell newer security technologies.
Check Point ups anti-malware campaign with threat extraction service for documents
Check Point has introduced a threat extraction service that it claims strips malware from documents.
Double-digit shipment growth for booming security appliance market
Bolstered by the increasing propensity for malicious attacks, the security appliance market has experienced double-digit shipment growth and 8.6% reve
Resellers: Fresh conversations about cybersecurity
Hamish Sopher, Check Point New Zealand country manager, offers some thoughts on fresh conversations to have with your customers about cybersecurity.
ANZ partners to capitalise on growth with Check Point Star Program
“The programme has only one goal: making our business partners more successful, knowledgeable and profitable.”
Top security threats for ANZ organisations in 2015
According to Check Point Software Technologies, in 2015 it's imperative for ANZ organisations to protect against zero day malware as well as safeguard SDN, mobile users and IP appliances.
Securing New Zealand's mobile workforce
Check Point Software Technologies’ Hamish Soper outlines three main mobility challenges for organisations – and how to address them.
Top security tips for virtualisation
Virtualisation is now commonplace, with many New Zealand organisations capitalising on the advantages it brings: standardisation, simplification, consolidation and control.
The fool within bigger threat than the enemy outside
Security professionals believe their biggest threats come from careless employees, rather than cybercriminals and say they're facing increasing challenges with BYOD security.
Making your protection software-defined
Westcon Imagine 2014 - You may be well on your way to software defined networking, but how about your software defined protection?
19 in a row as Cisco steals the security appliance show...
The security appliance market continues to see positive momentum, with the industry recording its 19th consecutive quarter of positive growth.
29 data losses per day as ANZ companies struggle with security
"We found that organisations are often surprised by the severity of bot infections and the various threats that lurk on their networks."
Double Check Point hire signals NZ channel boost
"Check Point has always been 100 percent channel focused and I’m very pleased to be working with our partners to lead the future success of our channel."
Check Point: Securing the data centre
With data centres moving quickly down the path of virtualisation, security needs to keep pace, says Hamish Soper, Check Point Software Technologies New Zealand country manager.
Reaping the benefits of a secure virtual environment...
Moving to a virtual environment, or a mix of virtual and physical environments, offers many business benefits including cost reduction, agility, optimisation and automation.
Check Point moves focus to 'S in SMB'
"No one is immune, but it's harder to get in [to big business and enterprise]. So they're moving down the stack and we're seeing more attacks on small businesses."
Check Point joins forces with VMware to provide private cloud network security
"The collaboration with VMware enables strong protection for network security through the evolution of our customers’ virtual environments."