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Established in 1993, Check Point first pioneered the IT security industry with FireWall-1 and its patented Stateful inspection technology, which is still the foundation for most network security technology today.
Check Point SandBlast Zero-Day Protection provides comprehensive protection with evasion-resistant malware detection. With an impressive catch rate and extensive intelligence, SandBlast proactively stops botnets, targeted attacks, advanced persistent threats (APTs) and zero-day attacks.
SandBlast provides comprehensive protection from even the most dangerous attacks while ensuring quick delivery of safe content to your users.
Check Point SandBlast protects networks, endpoints, web browsers and cloud applications from today’s most sophisticated threats. By employing the core technologies of threat emulation and threat extraction, SandBlast Zero-Day Protection elevates threat defense to the next level.
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Unknown malware infiltrates systems and networks, remaining undetected by traditional antivirus snd intrusion prevention systems.
SandBlast Network identifies and blocks URL-based and attachment-based threats in their infancy while providing rapid reconstruction of files and delivery of safe content.
SandBlast employs threat emulation and extraction capabilities to elevate network security with evasion-resistant malware detection and comprehensive protection from the most dangerous attacks.
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See how Kansas insurance company SE2 uses SandBlast to protect clients’ highly sensitive financial data from being leaked, exfiltrated or held for ransom.
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SandBlast combines evasion-resistant CPU-level detection and OS-level sandboxing with Threat Extractio for maximum protection with no disruption.
SandBlast Agent extends advanced zero-day protection to endpoint devices to protect against unknown malware and advanced threats.
The SandBlast Agent extends Check Point’s zero-day and anti-bot protections to defend against advanced attacks on the endpoint.
Most organizations are unprepared to defend against the latest evolution of ransomware techniques. This white paper will deepen your understanding of the threat of ransomware.
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Given the reliance on user interaction for propagation and the prevalence of ransomware, users — through no fault of their own — have become the biggest threat.
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