Next-generation IPS technology in the spotlight

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Intrusion Protection Service (IPS) technology has been around in the IT security industry for some time, but software, rather than hardware/firmware-based systems are fast becoming a reality.

Join us for a timely webinar that explains how a software-driven IPS option can be employed for a more cost-effective method of protecting your organisation's IT resources.

Along the way we'll tell you about Check Point's IPS Software Blade technology and explain how it provides complete threat coverage for clients, servers, operating systems, malware/worm infections, and other vulnerabilities.

And since it's software-driven, it can:

  • Guarantee firewall throughput performance
  • Help monitor your network more efficiently
  • Reduce your firewall/IPS total cost of ownership

This webinar is for:

  • Network security managers
  • AnyoCSOs, security managers and directors within network groups
  • Any IT professional wanting to learn more about blade-based IT security technologies


Steve Gold

Infosecurity Magazine

Derek Middlemiss

Security Engineer, Check Point Software Technologies

Simon Perry

Principal Associate Analyst, Quocirca

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