CNBC Europe: Check Point’s President Amnon Bar-Lev on Cyber Security
Amnon Bar-Lev, president of Check Point, discusses how to be more aware of cyber security and prepare for its ever-changing environment. He discloses how businesses and consumers can prepare and protect themselves from malicious data breaches.
Bloomberg Europe: Amnon Bar-Lev Speaks about Cyber Security
Check Point President Amnon Bar-Lev talks about creating awareness for cyber security in the wake of massive data breaches and how to build the right architecture to confront cyber security problems.
CNBC Europe: Check Point President Amnon Bar-Lev discusses the threat of data hacks
Check Point President Amnon Bar-Lev discusses the shift and vastness of cyber security and how technology is power. He shares how to build a multi-layer strategy to protect consumers and businesses from cyber crime.
Following a press round table event held in London in December 2012, panelists looked at why trust is fundamental to security, and how organizations can prove that they and their employees can be trusted.
The spokespeople are:
- Kevin Bailey, IDC’s research director for European security software - Martin Pickford, head of technology security solutions for mobile network operator, EE - Peter Warren, chairman of the Cyber Security Research Institute (CSRI) - Caroline Ikomi, major accounts director, Check Point
Radio Interview Discussing 2013 Cyber Security Threats
Kellman Meghu, Head of Security Engineering at Check Point speaks to The Biggs Radio Show about what cyber security threats we should look out for in 2013.
Check Point on National Czech Republic Television
Eurograbber was launched against banking customers, using a sophisticated combination of malware directed at computers and mobile devices. The malware, in conjunction with the attackers’ command and control server, first infected the victims’ computers, and then, infected their mobile devices in order to intercept SMS messages to bypass the banks’ two-factor authentication process. With the stolen information and the transaction authentication number (TAN), the attackers then performed automatic transfers of funds, ranging between €500 and €250,000, from the victims’ accounts to mule accounts across Europe.
Cloud threats and firewalls: Internet guru demystifies cyber security
“Twenty years ago, the typical hacker was like a student trying to show his technical skills with no bad intentions. Today it’s governments, sophisticated organizations,” said Gil Shwed CEO of Check Point