Check Point Harmony
Check Point Software Technologies in February rolled out the Harmony unified offering to secure both internet connections as well as corporate and BYOD devices for remote workers. The platform brings together endpoint, browser, email and remote access security into a single offering that’s managed via a cloud service and is available to customers for $11 per user, per month.
The all-new Harmony Browse tool provides secure, fast and private web browsing by inspecting all SSL traffic directly on the endpoint without adding latency or re-routing traffic through a secure web service, according to San Carlos, Calif.-based Check Point. It blocks zero-day malware downloads and access to phishing websites as well as preventing the reuse of corporate passwords, according to the company.
Other elements of the Harmony bundle include Connect, which Check Point said securely connects any user or branch to any resource, supporting clientless zero trust network access from any browser. All Harmony products—including the rebranded Harmony Email and Office and Harmony Endpoint—can be managed from a single portal, simplifying the day-to-day experience for users and administrators alike.