Check Point products consistently meet and exceed the stringent requirements established by internationally recognized
standards, approval processes and independent security industry tests.
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A SOC 2 compliance report demonstrates to customers that a respected third party has examined a provider’s services and those services meet a set of high security standards for security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality and privacy. Check Point has achieved SOC 2 compliance for CloudGuard Dome9, Threat Emulation and Mobile Threat Defense services.
Common Criteria is an internationally recognized standard and an ISO standard (ISO-IEC15408) for evaluating the security claims of IT products and systems. Certification provides customers with a higher level of assurance that the security of a product as evaluated meets the standards for security requirements. Check Point has certified its Security Gateway and Management products to EAL4+ and later to the most current Protection Profiles.
Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS)140-2 defines security requirements for cryptographic modules for US government National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems. Security Policy (NSTISSP) #11. Check Point Cryptographic Library was awarded FIPS 140-2 certificates #2995 and #2788.
NSS Labs, Inc. is recognized globally as the most trusted source for independent, fact-based cybersecurity guidance. Check Point actively participates in NSS Labs tests, excelling in the industry’s most comprehensive third-party firewall, NGFW, Breach Prevention Systems and intrusion prevention system (IPS) group testing to date.
ICSA Labs provides third-party testing and certification of security and health IT products, as well as network-connected devices, to measure product compliance, reliability and performance for most of the world’s top technology vendors. Independent testing and certifications for Firewall and IPSec, including the security functions of data source authentication, data integrity and confidentialities.
Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 USC § 794d) requires that when U.S. Federal government agencies develop, procure, or maintain, information and communication technology (ICT), that it is accessible to persons with disabilities. Check Point complies with Section 508, and is compatible with assistive technology.
The IPv6 Forum (https://www.ipv6forum.com) IPv6 Ready Logo Program is a conformance and interoperability testing program intended to increase user confidence by demonstrating that IPv6 is available now and is ready to be used. Check Point is certified to include IPv6 mandatory core protocols and interoperability with other IPv6implementations.
Certification of the firewall, VPN, IDS and IPS are to DoD requirements. Our network security firewall has attained a listing on the DoD Approved Product List (APL) having successfully completed Interoperability (IO) and Information Assurance (IA) certification requirements for use on US Department of Defense Networks.
Products listed on the DISA Approved Product List (APL) are allowed for use over all DOD network infrastructures.
The NATO Information Assurance Product Catalogue (NIAPC) established under Directive AC/322-D(2010)0042 (22-09-2010), provides NATO nations, and NATO civil and military bodies with a catalogue of Information Assurance (IA) products, Protection Profiles and Packages that are in use or available for procurement to meet operational requirements.
NSA/CSS’s Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Program has been established to enable commercial products to be used in layered solutions protecting classified NSS data. This will provide the ability to securely communicate based on commercial standards in a solution that can be fielded in months, not years.
NSA CSfC APL
CESG NCSC CE+
Launched in 2014, the Cyber Essentials Scheme serves as part of the National Cyber Security Strategy to help British organizations bolster their defenses against cyber-attack. The CESG NCSC Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation offers a higher level of assurance by externally testing an organization’s cyber security approach with an in-depth analysis of the information systems.