|Post IPO Valuation|
|Liquid Machines, 6/10|
Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd. and its subsidiaries develop, market, and support a range of software and hardware products, and services for information technology security worldwide.
The company’s products include firewall and VPN security gateways and appliances; dedicated security gateways, including secure remote access solutions and intrusion detection and… see more prevention systems; endpoint security comprising integrity products and SecureClient products, as well as ZoneAlarm security suite; data security products, such as Pointsec PC disk encryption, Pointsec for mobile devices, and Pointsec removable media product family; and security management solutions, which consist of SmartCenter, Eventia, Provider-1, and Security Management Portal. Check Point’s products provide protection for network perimeter that enables authorized users to access network resources and to detect and thwart attacks; against internal threats protecting customers’ networks and endpoints from the threats; for Web-based communications allowing remote and mobile employees to securely connect to their organizations’ networks through Web browser; for network endpoints with security solutions that address the risks posed by hackers, worms, spyware, and other threats to the internal and remote computers; for data security protecting corporate information stored on mobile computing devices, such as laptops, PDAs, smartphones, and removable media, and controlling data that traverses through security gateways. The company serves enterprises, service providers, small and medium-sized businesses, and consumers. It has strategic relationships with Crossbeam Systems, Inc.; Dell, Inc.; Hewlett-Packard Co.; International Business Machines Corporation (IBM); Nokia Corporation; Nortel Networks Corp.; Siemens AG; and Sun Microsystems, Inc. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.