Wipro partners with Check Point for cyber security solutions
India third largest IT Tech company Wipro, has said that it has now partnered with the US-based cyber security firm CheckPoint to offer the cloud security services which is called by the name as CloudGuard laaS.
laaS refers to the Infrastructure as a Service, which is a form of cloud computing which provides the virtualized computing resources over the web.
“By incorporating Check Point’s cloud security solutions into our IaaS offerings, Wipro customers will now benefit from advanced fifth-generation threat prevention for virtualized cloud deployments and enterprise edge applications,” said Sheetal Mehta, senior vice president and global head of cybersecurity and risk service at Wipro.
According to the CheckPoint company which revealed, the partnership with the Wipro will further be going to accelerate demand for its CloudGuard comprehensive suite of cloud security products which are more focused on the advanced threat prevention and safeguarding enterprise cloud application, data, and infrastructure.
“We look forward to working with the hundreds of certified Check Point engineers and cloud experts at Wipro to bring these benefits to our mutual customers and keep them one step ahead of the modern threat landscape,” said Itai Greenberg, vice-president of product management at Check Point.
CloudGuard currently as of now has the more than 2000 enterprise cloud environment, according to the company revealed in a blog post. It also added in a report that Wipro would also help the customers to maximize their investment in the cloud infrastructure.
Some of the key major features of the CloudGuard include rapid deployment, consolidated logs, automated and dynamic policy, and reporting.
He added, “that centralized management allows the service to enforce a consistent security policy for all corporate assets across both the public cloud and on-premise infrastructures — all from a single console and the service itself can be deployed quickly with options of both pay-as-you-go and bring-your-own-license pricing models.”