Check Point Software Technologies reported revenue of $526 million in the second quarter of 2021 compared to $506 million in the second quarter of 2020.
“Strong execution drove double-digit growth across CloudGuard and Harmony, and triple-digit growth in Infinity platform sales. Overall we grew our security subscription revenues by 12 percent,” said Gil Shwed, Founder and CEO of Check Point Software Technologies.
In June, Check Point extended the capabilities of its Quantum Hybrid Data Center Security solution to deliver advanced protection for complex hybrid data centers.
Check Point R81.10 software: New version of the Cyber Security platform delivers major improvements in security operational efficiency with unified security management from the web browser and parallel multi-admin support.
The latest Quantum Maestro 175: Enables Quantum gateway orchestration to the capacity and performance of 52 gateways in minutes, giving companies elastic flexibility with Terabit per second threat prevention throughput
Quantum Smart-1: Security Management appliances provide advanced protections for complex hybrid data centers with automated operations and an ultra-scalable platform.
Check Point expanded the capabilities of its Cloud Native Security Platform, to deliver application-first workload protection with Check Point CloudGuard Workload Protection. This automated cloud workload security solution empowers security teams with tools to automate security across applications, Application Programing Interfaces (APIs) and microservices from development to runtime via a single interface.
Check Point extended its multi-cloud support through the integration of Check Point CloudGuard with Alibaba Cloud, the digital intelligence and technology backbone of Alibaba Group and a global leader in cloud computing and artificial intelligence.