Check Point Software Technologies has announced it has been recognised as a market leader in the Omdia Market Radar Mobile Security Management Solutions Report.
This year’s recognition highlights Check Point Harmony Mobile’s ability to deliver a comprehensive set of capabilities that help businesses protect data across application, network and device attack vectors.
Omdia assessed the Mobile Security Management solutions with the following seven criteria:
- Endpoint threat detection
- App threat detection
- Network threat detection
- integration and partner ecosystem
- Strategy and vision
- Market impact
Check Point Harmony Mobile was named a leader for its advanced abilities across all categories on the Omdia Market Radar’s Heatmap, while exceeding threat prevention, detection, response and remediation capabilities.
“The hybrid work environment is here to stay. Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is back in full force and companies need to implement strategies to keep their data and that of their employees safe,” said Rafi Kretchmer, VP of Product Marketing, Check Point Software.
“As mobile breaches are becoming increasingly pervasive and complex, Check Point Harmony Mobile protects remote users in a single solution that is easy to use.”
Adam Holtby, Principal Analyst, Omdia, added: “At Omdia we understand that mobile security is much more than mobile devices and that businesses must be cognizant of the range of threats to accurately secure the mobile workforce. Check Point Software has experienced significant traction of its mobile security offering, largely driven by the need to better secure and enable employees working across both corporate-owned and/or personal devices.”
As confirmed by Omdia’s report, mobile security is no longer optional.
While workforces adapt to a hybrid work environment, Check Point Software’s Mobile Security Report 2021 found that 97% of organisations have faced mobile threats that used multiple attack vectors. Moreover, Check Point Software found that at least 40% of the world’s mobile devices are inherently vulnerable to cyberattacks, making mobile security a vital tool in the fight against cybercrime.Click below to share this article