The leading provider of cyber security solutions globally, Check Point Software Technologies announced last Friday in the Philippines its Check Point CloudGuard Dome9, a cloud service that allows safer and more manageable cloud deployments for enterprises.
CloudGuard Dome9 is the latest addition to Check Point’s CloudGuard, a comprehensive cloud security portfolio, designed to prevent the latest fifth generation (Gen V), multi-vector cyberattacks targeting enterprise cloud services. CloudGuard Dome9 is a comprehensive software platform for public cloud security and compliance orchestration. Using Dome9, organizations can visualize and assess their security posture, detect misconfigurations, model and actively enforce security best practices, and protect against identity theft and data loss in the cloud. Dome9 delivers security capabilities across Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
“Fifth generation cyber-attacks are increasingly target enterprise cloud environments, and cyber security solution must effectively protect this vector. The addition of CloudGuard Dome9 to Check Point’s total protection architecture, will enhance our ability to deliver the benefits of Cloud with the critical security that must extend from the networks, endpoints and data centres to the Cloud and Mobile enterprise-wide,” said Zohar Alon, head of cloud product line, Check Point Software Technologies.
“As more and more organisations in Philippines embark on a digital transformation journey, the exposure to attack vectors increases as well. Protecting applications and data on the cloud, even with a multi-cloud environment, should not be complex and CISOs can have full visibility and control” says Evan Dumas, regional director, South East Asia, Check Point Software Technologies. “We are confident that Check Point’s cloud security solutions, with its unified approach to managing complex and multi-vendor cloud implementations, is the panacea to a secure infrastructure for organizations.”
CloudGuard Dome9 extends Check Point’s fully consolidated Infinity architecture and its cloud security offering, giving customers powerful security visibility, enable misconfiguration detection, active enforcement of security best practices, control across multi-cloud environments, as well as protection against identity theft and data loss in public clouds.