Global cybersecurity solutions provider, Check Point, has launched its new 23900 security gateway, providing protection against the most advanced fifth generation of cyber-attacks targeting enterprise and data center networks. Combining comprehensive threat prevention with purpose-built hardware, this latest addition to the Check Point 23000 family would deliver the power to inspect SSL-encrypted traffic “without compromising on performance, uptime, or scalability.”
The 23900 security gateway would offer maximum security performance with 128 Gbps of firewall throughput in a compact 2U chassis. It supports the fastest connectivity standards up to 100 GbE and features modular expansion options with up to 42 network interfaces.
“The new 23900 security gateway offers best-in-class protection against the level of sophistication that defines today’s cyber threat landscape,” said Itai Greenberg, Vice President of product management at Check Point. “To protect critical assets in this fifth-generation of cybersecurity, organizations must employ fully integrated solutions that unify threat prevention, emulation, and extraction into a single platform. With the 23900 Appliance, customers can deploy these consolidated technologies across high-performance data centers or highly trafficked enterprise networks straight out of the box.”
Powered by Check Point Infinity architecture, the 23900 security gateway offers an “all-inclusive cybersecurity” that consolidates all threat prevention network protections, including Check Point’s SandBlast Zero-Day Protection.
Key features of the new Check Point 23900 security gateway would include:
- One of the industry’s most advanced threat prevention technologies
- Fast ‘Gen V’ security gateway with 22.7Gbps of threat prevention output and the total of 128 Gbps raw firewall bandwidth
- “Powerful” hardware for SSL encrypted traffic inspection