The Check Point 1530W Next Generation firewall is excellent for small and medium businesses that need a simple-to-use firewall. It’s straightforward to understand and operate. It gets automatic updates, blocks bad things, and lets in good things.
Check Point’s focus is on prevention rather than detection. In other words, blocking known and unknown cyber-attacks to ensure business continuity. Check Point’s Advanced Threat Prevention comes with zero-day protection and next-generation firewall technologies.
It includes application control, advanced URL filtering, IPS, antivirus, anti-bot. In addition, there’s email security, policy management, monitoring and event management.
The strength of the Check Point 1530W is in it’s vast customizability. These are devices you build around and customize into your environment. Of course, you can use the defaults if you like. If you decide to simply use the default setting, you can be up and running in just a minute or two.
But if you need to tune the system to do something just for your environment, you can find a way to do it with the Checkpoint. This granularity also gives you better visibility into your environment that many other vendors.
By the numbers
The 1530 and 1530W offer 340 Mbps of threat prevention performance. It also delivers maximum firewall throughput of 1 Gbps. Next-Gen firewall throughput is 600 Mbps, and IPS Throughput comes in at 670 Mbps.
The Check Point 1530W Next Generation firewall is powered by their R80 release, their exceptionally advanced security management software. Its’ SandBlast™ Zero-Day Protection includes multi-layered protection from known threats AND zero-days. Plus, it gives you antivirus, anti-bot, IPS, app control, URL filtering and identity awareness.
Why not give us a call at 877-449-0458, or reach out at [email protected]? We would love to help you decide what sort of security solution is a perfect fit for you. And we have a great deal of experience as a Check Point partner!
Check Point 1530W Next Generation firewall highlights
- 340 Mbps of Threat Prevention throughput
- 1 Gbps of Total Firewall throughput
- 600 Mbps of Next-Gen firewall throughput
- 670 Mbps of IPS Throughput