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Check Point Warns: Network Attacks Are Real
June 3, 2009   
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Threats to network security are real and they keep evolving. About 25,000 new potential hazards appear in the network every day, says Michał Jarski, Check Point Polska director, a global leader in network security.

Leading network security companies, including Check Point® Software Technologies Ltd., producing anti-virus, anti-spam and anti-malware systems, keep an eye out for any threats looming for network users every day. Research shows that about 25,000 new threats appear in the network every day. They mainly include viruses and malware.

"Check Point Software Technologies provides a number of new security solutions every year to help its clients, mainly businesses, to cope with the ever growing number of new viruses, bugs and malware," says Jarski. "The danger is real and it keeps changing. The end user and company data are especially vulnerable to viruses, spyware or sabotage. Cases of company insiders, including revenge-motivated and laid-off employees, gaining unauthorized access to company data have been increasingly frequent. It is worth investing in reliable security systems."

Check Point continues to modernize and develop new network security technologies and applications. These include the new Software Blades architecture which allows companies to choose appropriate security functions, such as firewall, VPN, IPS and antivirus from a list of more than 20 software-driven systems to create a tailored security gateway for the given environment. "Security solutions require no new equipment; they are time and cost effective, and come with efficiency guarantees," says Jarski.

Meanwhile, hackers are becoming increasingly ingenious and motivated by a desire to secure financial gains, which leads to a growing number of virtual attacks. Security systems will help keep your company data safe.
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