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Check Point CloudGuard Integrates with Google Cloud SCC


Check Point Software Technologies announced a key integration with Google Cloud Security Command Center (Cloud SCC) that allows customers to review critical findings from continuous compliance assessments generated by the Check Point CloudGuard Dome9 Compliance Engine.

The integration between the CloudGuard Dome9 platform and the Google Cloud SCC enables customers to analyze and respond to security events, assess compliance posture of projects, identify risks and gaps, perform in-place remediation, enforce compliance requirements and verify compliance in audits directly from the Google Cloud SCC.

“This marks another significant milestone in our ongoing partnership with Google Cloud Platform,” says Zohar Alon, Head of Cloud Product Line at Check Point Software Technologies. “Now Google Cloud customers can combine the leading network security and threat prevention solution, CloudGuard IaaS, with the leading cloud compliance solution, CloudGuard Dome9, and manage them through a single pane of glass, thus reducing complexity and shortening time to remediation.”

The CloudGuard Dome9 Compliance Engine provides several GCP continuous compliance bundles built for various regulatory standards and best practices such as SOC 2, HIPAA, PCI DSS, GDPR, ISO 27001, NIST 800-53 and CIS GCP Foundations Benchmark to run ongoing assessments against the assets in an organizations GCP environment. The reports generated indicate assets which pass or fail and where policy changes need to be made with active remediation capabilities all from within the Google Cloud SCC.

Check Point provides advanced security in Google Cloud Platform (GCP) using the CloudGuard product family. In addition to CloudGuard Dome9, CloudGuard IaaS provides advanced threat prevention security to protect assets and data in Google cloud, while enabling secure connectivity across cloud and on-premises environments. CloudGuard IaaS recently added support for high availability and managed instance group deployments in order to minimize disruptions to business continuity and make dynamic capacity adjustments to maintain network security performance.


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