What do you like most about Check Point SandBlast?
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Administratively, it's easy to control.
Check Point has enabled us to detect a lot of threats and prevented a lot of threats from entering our environments. It has kept us safe.
SandBlast has opened us up to a lot more opportunities where we can offer this service to clients, that way they don't have to go to a third-party to get this specific solution. It comes in the Check Point Infinity Package so it has helped us a lot.
The easy deployment is the key for us. I can simply send a link through email to a user, then they install the software and are protected.
Its ease of use is the most valuable feature. We had existing endpoints and it was an easy upgrade process. The interface board is also easy to use.
It seems like it works all the time. We have never had an issue. We have never had something go undetected, anything major. All in all, it works pretty well.
The zero-day protection is its most valuable feature.
Its ability to rollback anti-ransomware once an attack has started is the most valuable feature.
In terms of the scalability, it's expandable across the cloud.
It saves time with us trying to do the analysis. We use it to try to find out how something got into the network. We use it to stop something before it ever gets in.
The forensics reports and the ability to sandbox malware are its most valuable features.
It has caught some harmful attachments and downloads.
We didn't really have any IPS before. So, Check Point has improved our security posture. People get used to doing things certain ways, which might not be the best or most secure way, and they can't do that now, which just requires more education of the user base. With the endpoint client, we've started to use Check Point for remote access.
It doesn't allow you to activate some of the applications until your mobile is malware free. That way we come to know that the device secure and only then do we deploy the business application.