NxtGen is Check Point's Managed Security Service Provider in India

NxtGen is Check Point's Managed Security Service Provider in India to provide efficient and updated security services in hybrid work

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NxtGen, a leading cloud-based service and datacentre provider in India, has appointed Check Point Software Technologies’ first India-based managed security services provider (MSSP) partner and will offer Check Point Software cybersecurity solutions as managed security service along with its datacentre and cloud services. This collaboration will enable organisations of all sizes to enjoy the benefits of protection within datacentre and cloud environments through a single point of contact while experiencing savings in operating expenses (OPEX) and improved security posture.


“The distributed nature of the modern enterprise necessitates a new, cloud-supported approach,” said Sundar Balasubramanian, MD, India & SAARC, Check Point Software Technologies. “Through our partnership with NxtGen, Check Point hopes to meet the security needs of organisations of all sizes and industries that are moving to the dynamic cloud environment.”

“Cybersecurity threats are impacting enterprise assets – data, employees, customers. It is important for us to provide a 360 degree coverage of the entire threat landscape. Our alliance with Check Point Software ensures we are be able to offer comprehensive managed security service to protect enterprise assets, irrespective of its size. Checkpoint not only provides the technology but enables us to build skills to serve our enterprise customers better.” said A S Rajgopal, CEO & MD, NxtGen Datacenter & Cloud Technologies.

Ensuring secure access


Adopting a secure access service edge (SASE) architecture has been seen as a solution that reaps several benefits, from attaining cloud-centric technology and reducing operational cost, to improving security and reducing threats. In addition, use-case-specific considerations (such as scaling remote access to corporate applications, securing remote web browsing, or moving to cloud-based applications), regulatory concerns, and existing infrastructure investments will continue to necessitate a hybrid approach for most organisations.

The primary benefit of securing the identified assets is to minimise the risks as the business impact of these risks are far greater than what we think.

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