Check Point Software Technologies (NASDAQ: CHKP) is the global leader in securing the Internet through its worldwide enterprise of firewall, personal firewall, data security and VPN markets.
2011 – Check Point announced 3D Security, a new vision that redefines security as a three-dimensional business process by combining policies, people and enforcement for stronger protection across all layers of security.
2012 - ZoneAlarm Free Antivirus + Firewall 2013, the most complete free Internet security solution for consumers enters the market. It combines the world’s No.1 firewall with award-winning antivirus into one product that protects consumers against hackers, viruses, spyware, and other evil malware.
2004 - Check Point ranked #1 with 88% Worldwide VPN/Firewall software revenue market share(Infonetics, November 2004)
2004 - Ranked first with 36% of the Worldwide IPSec VPN/Firewall Market Share(Frost & Sullivan, April 2004).
2005-Winner, Excellent Security Award - Safe@Office 410 - ProtectStar
2005 - MIS Best Choice Award for Best Firewall - Check Point VPN-1/FireWall-1 Next Generation with Application Intelligence
2010 - Founder and CEO Gil Shwed was recognized as the 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Israel
2012 - Check Point Wins 2012 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Award for Network Security Vendor of the Year
2012 - Check Point is the winner in the Security Product category – 2012 Network computing Awards
2012 - Check Point Wins SC Magazine Readers Choice Award for Best Intrusion Prevention Solution
2007 - Check Point acquired Protect Data AB (PROT.st)] & Pointsec Mobile Technologies AB of Sweden.
2007 - Check Point acquired NFR Security, a threat prevention and intrusion prevention (IPS) company, and created the "Network Flight Recorder" touted as a tamper-proof architecture and toolkit for building network traffic analysis and statistical event records.
2012 - Check Point completed the acquisition of the Nokia security appliance business, a natural culmination of a twelve-year strategic partnership. Businesses are able to purchase via Check Point, in addition to Check Point UTM-1® and Power-1™ appliances, former Nokia IP hardware pre-loaded with Check Point security software.
Total Revenues for 2012: $1,247 million, an increase of 14%, compared to $1,098 million in 2010. Products and licenses were responsible for $503,475 million and software updates, maintenance and subscription for $743,511.