If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering Check Point CloudGuard SaaS, what would you say?
How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?
They have two different products. One is CloudGuard SaaS, the other is CloudGuard Connect. The biggest advice I would give is don't go in with fear. Go in confident, because the product is almost too good to be true and it's simple. It really is as simple as it seems, and you will see value within the first 30 minutes of the product running. The biggest lesson I have learned from using this solution is that visibility is key, and this product has given me more visibility into the attack vectors that our company is under on a daily basis. It has enabled us to then pivot and look at other security solutions. So I would advise to look at the data, understand the data, and understand who your adversaries are. Because once you understand that, you can then leverage your investment in the Check Point product line to further protect your organization. The reporting functionality has greatly improved over the time I've used the product, so I've been very pleased with that, and I have provided that feedback to Check Point. I'm very tight with R&D at Check Point, so most of the feature functionality that I've needed has been released into the newer versions of the product. Because I was part of the EA program, I had a lot of input into how the product was developed. I worked very tightly with R&D, as a customer. The partnership between our two companies, between Grace and Check Point, was a great advantage to both companies. I can't say enough about it. It has just been phenomenal. Currently, our CloudGuard SaaS is managed by two different groups. It is managed by our information security group, which is what I'm part of and lead and manage, as well as our messaging team, which has insight into the content as well as the email flow. When we deployed this product, we thought that it was going to take a lot of people to maintain it and to manage it. We actually have two individuals who are into the product part-time, and spending very little time per week on it. And one of those individuals is just running reports out of the product to provide them to the senior management. There is a very, very low footprint from a workflow and employee perspective, to manage a very powerful product. I would rate this product at 10 out of 10 all the way. I have nothing but good things to say about the product.
Overall, this is a solution that we are absolutely satisfied with and I definitely recommend it. In my opinion, using this product is necessary. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten.
Try out Check Point. It is a good solution. I would rate it an eight out of ten.
I would rate it a ten out of ten. It is the best on the market right now. It is not perfect by any means, and it has its challenges, but every product does. I would advise someone considering this solution to stop wasting your time and get it deployed.
Check Point is a leader in the market. It is a very sound product. Most people think that when they're with a cloud provider that they're protected through the nature of being in somebody else's cloud. This is where Check Point adds value.
I have been quite pleased with the solution. You have nothing to lose by trying out Check Point. I would rate it an eight out of ten with room for improvement.
It is a major concern for us is to give people enough knowledge to use the product in the proper way. Now it is more about training and management as we have to organize to make sure that everybody is onboard and using the tool in the correct way. It is always good to compare with different solutions available on the market. This is a Microsoft solution so you are linked with a lot of tools for the integrations, and your integrations with your current landscape are key. An assessment on the different competitors in the market is very relevant for this type of choice. Most important criteria when selecting a vendor: * Quality of applications * Ecosystem * Price. The ecosystem of partner is very important. The position in the market, in terms of quality of the application, is key. The cost and price around it are important too. Often. we need to have a local partner available to make sure that we are not obliged to develop by ourselves a solution. It is key to have people able to help us to deploy something.