Check Point CloudGuard SaaS Room for Improvement

David Antlitz
Manager Firewall and Security at W.R. Grace & Co.
One of the areas that I would like to see them develop into the product would be in the user feedback arena. Today, if a phishing email were to get through and bypass the product — which very few do — it would be nice if, when a user clicked on that phishing email, they got a second-chance opportunity, a chance to double-check that they really wanted to proceed to that website. View full review »
Kadeem Channer
IT Security Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We still get some false positives. There are times when legitimate stuff gets flagged and it could be that somebody is expecting a very important email but they don't end up getting it. On the flip side, when we alert Check Point about stuff like this, it is corrected, so they are improving. That's a plus. In terms of additional features, right now it shows you login activity for Office 365, a bit of a broad overview. I would like to be able to drill down further into that to see real-time login events on a map. View full review »
Oleg Pekar
Senior Network/Security Engineer at Skywind Group
From time to time, the system's administrators notice the increase in the false-positive alerts being reported by CloudGuard SaaS. The increase usually lasts for several days, with the longest we observed being about a week. During these periods, some number of the "clean" emails are blocked and not delivered to the end-users. I hope the Check Point team would work on improving the detection algorithm and the amount of the false-positive alerts would be more predictable, stable on the minimal level. View full review »
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Technoloc685
Technology Security Manager at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I have a keen interest in being able to consolidate and being able to have one viewpoint. I want to be able to integrate directly into our centralized login. I would love to see the ability to integrate into our SIEM solution which is on-premise. I see where in a later update, they have built ability to integrate with an on-premise logging solution, so this is a big plus. View full review »
Kellman Meghu
Global Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I would like to see them do some work on the database back-end and how it is supported, in terms of performance, cleanup, and scalability. In particular, I would love it if they would do some work on the Postgres definition on the back-end. View full review »
JaapGiliam
Owner at Giliam Network & System Solutions
At this time, the two-factor authentication does not work for Active Directory. This is something that we are looking forward to. View full review »
NetworkSc612
Network Security Specialist at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The QoS on the Elastic Cloud could use improvement. View full review »
Shawn Nutting
Security Specialist at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
There is always room for improvement and growth. View full review »
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