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Check Point launches small business specific technology

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Check Point has released an entry-level security appliance for smaller businesses.

Including a firewall, VPN, intrusion prevention, anti-virus, anti-spam, application control, URL filtering and up to 1.5Gpbs firewall throughput, the company said that the 600 appliances are suitable for small offices of up to 100 employees and come in three models - 620, 640 and 680.

According to the company, they include flexible web-based management options through a simple and intuitive user interface with security policies pre-defined.

Dorit Dor, vice president of products at Check Point, said: “With limited resources, small businesses are often not equipped to deal with the expert cyber criminal. The 600 appliances solve this problem and offer small businesses an inexpensive, yet comprehensive security solution that provide secure access to critical resources anywhere anytime, while minimising the risk of a data breach."

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