Modern endpoint security (MES) technology is the combination of endpoint protection platforms (EPPs) for deterministic prevention and endpoint detection and response (EDR) for post-compromise reaction.
Both IDC MarketScape reports, for enterprise and small medium-size business, note key strengths for Check Point:
- Profitable. A consistently profitable company for over 15 years, Check Point has a history of reinvestment in core security technologies, threat research, new and enhanced products, system management, and sales channel.
- Broad and integrated product portfolio. As outlined previously, Check Point has a comprehensive and integrated portfolio of security products that it has assembled into mix-and-match suites and product sets. From those, Check Point is well positioned to engage with customers as they seek to reduce their vendor relationships while strengthening their security readiness.
- Distinctive MES product capabilities. Check Point is in a limited subset of MES vendors with rollback remediation and hardware security integration features. Threat emulation and threat extraction are also distinctive MES product features.
- Consumer business. Check Point is active in the consumer segment through its ZoneAlarm brand. In addition to threat intelligence gathered from millions of consumer endpoints, ZoneAlarm provides Check Point with an additional segment to test its core endpoint security technologies.
“The latest IDC MarketScape reports validate that modern endpoint security should be considered as part of a holistic security solution that integrates different security products functioning together to provide the highest level of security for users while reducing overhead and TCO,” said
Check Point Harmony Endpoint is a complete endpoint security solution built to protect the remote workforce from today’s multifarious threat landscape. It prevents the most imminent threats to the endpoint such as ransomware, phishing or drive-by malware, all while quickly minimizing breach impact with autonomous detection and response.
The IDC MarketScape reports provide an assessment of nineteen different MES software vendors based on an in-depth study which analyzed and positioned vendors across a broad range of capability- and strategy-focused criteria, using both quantitative and qualitative characteristics.
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