“New technologies for protecting endpoints must be adopted if businesses are to successfully guard themselves against the onslaught of Web-based attacks,” said Gil Shwed, chairman and chief executive officer at Check Point. “Our focus is to provide not only the most advanced security for customers, but also the most simple and easy end- user experience.”
Check Point Endpoint Security R72 adds a new dimension to endpoint security and user simplicity previously unavailable to enterprises by delivering Check Point WebCheck browser security. WebCheck provides a dual browser mode that segregates corporate data from the Internet, allowing end-users the freedom to surf the Web with full protection against automatically downloaded malware, known as drive-by downloads, and phishing attempts while keeping it separated and isolated from the corporate and other highly secured Web sites. Additional information on Check Point WebCheck can be found at: www.checkpoint.com/products/webcheck/index.html.
“Web browsing is an inevitable activity done by employees everyday, which can introduce unpredictable threats on an individual’s PC as well as in the corporate network,” said Toshikazu Ohtani, general manager, security system division at NEC Soft, Ltd. (Japan). “Check Point Endpoint Security R72 is the product we trust to provide proactive and pre-emptive protections for Web and browser risks. It gives us the needed protections and a seamless user experience.”
To further simplify the end-user experience, Check Point Endpoint Security R72 adds OneCheck authentication and VPN Auto-Connect for enhanced remote access. OneCheck automatically unlocks all endpoint security subsystems, including Windows login, disk encryption, media encryption and VPN, with a single, easy login. New VPN Auto-Connect ensures uninterrupted connectivity for end-users as they move between LAN and wireless connections. VPN Auto-Connect connects automatically following a successful OneCheck authentication and seamlessly determines the correct configuration for remote access to the corporate network, reducing IT help desk requests. The result for the user is seamless and automatic VPN connectivity without the need to further connect or authenticate.
“Check Point adds an additional tool in its overall endpoint security arsenal with Endpoint Point Security R72 that addresses an area of concern for enterprises,” said Jonathan Steenland, chief security officer at Fujitsu America. “However, with so many threats out there, the key to preventing attacks is how an enterprise manages its security infrastructure as well as the protections themselves. Check Point offers businesses one endpoint security agent with all the needed protections that can be effectively managed through one console.
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