Check Point Provides One-Touch Secure Access To Corporate Data For Mobile WorkersCheck Point Provides One-Touch Secure Access To Corporate Data For Mobile Workers
Mobile Access Software Blade delivers secure SSL VPN connectivity with Check Point Mobile application for iPhones, iPads, Android and Symbian devices and PCs
October 29, 2010
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – October 25, 2010 – Check Point' Software Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: CHKP), the worldwide leader in securing the Internet, today announced its new Mobile Access Software Blade that delivers fast and secure access to corporate email, data and business applications from mobile devices. The new blade integrates advanced SSL VPN capabilities and encryption technology to protect against security threats as users remotely connect to the corporate network. As part of the solution, users can download the Check Point Mobile application for secure, one-touch access directly from mobile devices running on Apple, Android, Symbian and Windows PC platforms.
“With more users connecting remotely than ever before, mobile computing presents an ongoing security challenge for organizations that want to protect company data and resources, while providing employees with access to the network anytime, anywhere,” said Dorit Dor, vice president of products at Check Point Software Technologies. “Our approach is to simplify mobile security for businesses and their employees. Users can go to the Apple app store and download the free Check Point Mobile application, enter their login and password, and instantly gain secure access to their corporate data. It’s as simple as downloading a game.”
The new Mobile Access Software Blade provides users with an intuitive business portal that allows secure connectivity to their intranet, corporate email and web applications. With certificate-based authentication and smart user-device pairing, businesses can ensure each individual has access to their authorized applications, just as they would from their desktop. This comprehensive approach helps IT administrators centrally manage security policies and applications, while end-users benefit from fast, secure access with single sign-on authorization.
“The CIOs we talk with struggle to keep up with all the devices their employees bring into the corporate network,” said Rufus Connell, vice president at Frost & Sullivan. “With Check Point's new solution, we think you may see companies stop certifying individual devices themselves and deploy the Software Blade Architecture to eliminate the complexities of delivering security for mobile devices on their networks.”
Check Point’s Software Blade Architecture ™ simplifies security for businesses by enabling customers to deploy the Mobile Access Software Blade, or any of the other 30 software blades, on their current security gateway in minutes. Organizations can leverage their existing infrastructure without requiring additional hardware or management. For more information, visit: http://www.checkpoint.com/products/mobile-access-software-blade/index.html.
Key features and benefits of the Mobile Access Software Blade:
Check Point Mobile application provides one-touch access to corporate email, intranet and business applications
Strong authentication and device pairing with the end-user protects mobile data and allows users to access pre-authorized mobile applications
Intuitive, customizable interface offers users easy access to applications with a single-sign-on
Centralized management and provisioning delivers ease of administration, policy configuration and reporting
“As a leader in mobile data protection for over ten years, we are committed to delivering innovative security solutions that enable users to embrace new devices and technologies to do business. We are giving service providers, enterprises and end-users the confidence that they can access mobile data simply and securely,” concluded Dor.
Pricing and Availability
The Check Point Mobile application is available immediately for download in the Apple App Store free of charge and is planned to be available for additional platforms, including Android and Symbian, in the first quarter of 2011. Check Point’s Mobile Access Software Blade can be purchased for the gateway starting at $1,500 through the Check Point worldwide network of value-added resellers. To find a Check Point partner, visit: http://partners.us.checkpoint.com/partnerlocator/.
Hacking Your Digital Identity: How Cybercriminals Can and Will Get Around Your Authentication MethodsOct 26, 2023
Modern Supply Chain Security: Integrated, Interconnected, and Context-DrivenNov 06, 2023
How to Combat the Latest Cloud Security ThreatsNov 06, 2023
Reducing Cyber Risk in Enterprise Email Systems: It's Not Just Spam and PhishingNov 01, 2023
SecOps & DevSecOps in the CloudNov 06, 2023
Passwords Are Passe: Next Gen Authentication Addresses Today's Threats
How to Deploy Zero Trust for Remote Workforce Security
How to Use Threat Intelligence to Mitigate Third-Party Risk
Everything You Need to Know About DNS Attacks
How Enterprises Are Managing Application Security Risks in a Heightened Threat Environment
9 Traits You Need to Succeed as a Cybersecurity Leader
The Ultimate Guide to the CISSP
Get the Gartner Report: SOC Model Guide
The Evolving Ransomware Threat: What Business Leaders Should Know About Data Leakage
Building Immunity: The 2021 Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industry Cyber Threat Landscape Report