Due to coronavirus, companies around the globe are looking to connect reliably, scale rapidly, and stay protected as today’s workforces transition from on-premise to remote working. Check Point provides businesses of all sizes the ability to ensure best-in-class connectivity and security, allowing your workforce to remain as productive as possible.
Accessible and reliable connections between corporate networks and remote devices 24/7
Promote collaboration and productivity between teams, networks, and offices worldwide
Stay protected against cyber criminal techniques during the coronavirus crisis
Secure remote connectivity that protects your company from the latest cyberattacks begins with threat prevention.
Only Check Point’s Infinity portfolio of products and services provide your remote workers advanced threat prevention, updated in real-time by ThreatCloud threat intelligence, while leveraging a Zero Trust approach to access management.
Your remote workers are also integrated into the same unified security management system that you use to protect your enterprise data center, cloud, and branch offices.
Protect your remote workers using Check Point’s secure access products and services below:
Enable secure connects to the network from anywhere, select appropriate VPN Connection and Device Protections, and tips for Implementing Zero Trust model
The coronavirus crisis has meant that millions of people are staying at home instead of going to work. Up to 50% of employees globally may now be working remotely. Online communications platforms like Zoom have become essential for interactions with the rest of the world. Learn how to avoid cyber attacks when remotely communicating using Zoom.
During the past few weeks, we have witnessed a major increase in new domain registrations with names including “Zoom”, which has 20% of the video conferencing market. Since the beginning of 2020, more than 1700 new domains were registered and 25% of them were registered in the past week. Out of these registered domains, 4% have been found to contain suspicious characteristics. Learn more about the cyber attacks
targeting users of Zoom video conferencing.