1400 Security Appliance Features
All-inclusive threat prevention security without compromise
Branch offices are ripe targets for cyber criminals looking for unrestricted access to corporate networks: the fact that they are smaller offices doesn’t mean they are smaller targets. This is why the Check Point 1400 appliances are based on the same industry-leading threat prevention technology that is used to secure Fortune 100 organizations, optimized on an enterprise-grade chassis for maximum performance.
Comprehensive security protections include firewall, VPN, IPS, antivirus, anti-bot, application visibility and control, URL filtering, email security and SandBlast Zero-Day Protection (sandboxing)—all in a quiet, compact desktop form factor. What’s more, the 1400 appliances receive continuous updates from Check Point ThreatCloud™, providing maximum protection against the latest threats and malicious activity.
Flexible connectivity, high port density
The 1400 appliances are built to accommodate maximum flexibility for greater productivity in today’s enterprise branch offices. Flexible connectivity options include:
- Up to 18 1Gbps Ethernet ports
- USB 3.0 ports supporting external 3G/4G/LTE modems for additional WAN connectivity and redundancy
- Integrated 802.11ac Wi-Fi supporting WPA and WPA2 authentication as well as secure guest access
Rapid setup and configuration
Bringing advanced threat prevention security to every business location has traditionally been prohibitive due to a lack of dedicated IT staff and resources at branch offices. The Check Point 1400 appliances are designed to be easy to deploy and use—even for non-technical staff. Initial setup is performed through an easy-to-use management interface, and configuration is a snap with a simple yet powerful start-up wizard, allowing the 1400 appliances to be deployed in minutes.
Local and central management options
The Check Point 1400 appliances are as easy to manage as they are to deploy, whether you have technical staff on hand or not. The intuitive, web-based management interface allows for comprehensive on-site management and reporting of all security activity. Branch deployments can also be centrally managed with Check Point enterprise security management or multi-domain management products, enabling organizations to define a consistent security policy and device profile for thousands of 1400 appliances.