ICL-KME CS To Partner Check Point Security Day 2016
According to Check Point analysts, 2420 unique types of malware have been detected in Q2 2016. Their number has increased by 21% compared to the previous quarter. Cyber attacks are constantly evolving. Check Point Security Day 2016 was dedicated to the issues of building a powerful defence and being one step ahead of the intruders. ICL-KME CS supported the event featuring as one of the conference partners.
Check Point Security Day held in Moscow was dedicated to cyber defence technologies ensuring protection of corporate information resources against cyber threats. This year the conference was held for the sixth time, it has become a traditional autumn event for many companies operating in information security market. The event was attended by Check Point customers and partners, analysts, market experts and the press.
ICL-KME CS has been regularly supporting Check Point Security Day as a partner of the event. Extensive experience in IT security project implementation and high competence in Check Point products enable ICL-KME CS experts to share their best practices and to offer expert advice to the event participants.
This year ICL-KME CS showcased Check Point SandBlast Agent solution at its stand within the framework of the exhibition held as part of Check Point Security Day 2016. According to ICL-KME CS experts, despite the fact that this product has been recently launched in the market, it has managed to gain a reputation of an efficient security solution that protects web browsers and endpoints from sophisticated attacks and zero-day threats, infected or encrypted files downloaded from Internet, removable media or received by Email, and includes threat emulation, extraction and automated incident analysis.
Mobile security became another key topic that caught the attention of the event attendees. Popularity of BYOD concept and high mobility of employees increased risk of corporate data breach for most companies.
“According to our estimates, Check Point products for mobile security and secure mobile access to business documents are in highest demand among the customers today,” said Yury Butuzov, Head of Network Security Department, ICL-KME CS. “This type of solutions is of particular importance to banking institutions and public sector companies. In the nearest future we plan to further develop our cooperation with Check Point in the field of mobile security. We have already scheduled a number of joint projects to be implemented for large companies from the Republic of Tatarstan and across Russia.”