vSEC Public and Private Cloud Security
Process efficiencies and increased network agility are driving IaaS and SDN technology adoption at a rapid pace. But this new infrastructure is also presenting businesses with a unique set of security challenges. Check Point vSEC protects assets in the cloud from the most sophisticated threats with dynamic scalability, intelligent provisioning and consistent control across physical and virtual networks, ensuring you can embrace the cloud with confidence.
How We Can Help
Private Cloud Security
Network virtualization has created a shift in traffic behavior. Now, more and more traffic is going East-West in the data center creating new security challenges. With few controls to secure this east-west traffic, threats can travel unimpeded once inside the data center. Check Point vSEC seamlessly delivers advanced threat protections to prevent the lateral spread of threats within software-defined data centers as well as the visibility and control to effectively manage security in both physical and virtual environments–all from a single unified management solution.
Public Cloud (IaaS) Security
Moving computing resources and data to public clouds means security responsibilities become shared between you and your cloud provider. While infrastructure protection is delivered by the provider, businesses want the ability to control their own data and keep it private as well as protect cloud assets, all while maintaining compliance with regulatory mandates. Check Point vSEC enables reliable connectivity to public cloud assets while protecting applications and data with advanced threat prevention across public and hybrid cloud environments.
Data Center Virtualization and Network Function Virtualization
Check Point vSEC delivers advanced, multi-layered security for virtual data center and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) environments and is designed to equip service providers with comprehensive threat prevention security, zero-day protection, agile delivery, management, and automation across core network function, software-defined WAN and vCPE deployments.