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Check Point Partners NVIDIA to Secure AI Cloud Infrastructure

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Check Point Software Technologies Ltd, provider of AI-powered, cloud-delivered cybersecurity platforms, has announced a collaboration with NVIDIA to bolster the security of AI cloud infrastructure. Through integration with NVIDIA DPUs, the Check Point AI Cloud Protect solution aims to thwart threats at both network and host levels.

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Gera Dorfman, Vice President of Network Security at Check Point Software Technologies, emphasized the increasing sophistication of cyber attacks targeting AI workloads in the cloud. He highlighted the importance of delivering a secure AI cloud solution to safeguard sensitive AI workloads against evolving cyber threats.

The rapid expansion of AI has revolutionized workplace efficiency and innovation but has also introduced new attack vectors specifically aimed at AI systems. These threats compromise the integrity of AI models, jeopardizing business outcomes and eroding trust in AI operations. To address these challenges, Check Point and NVIDIA are integrating network and host-level security insights to offer a comprehensive solution that protects AI infrastructures from various cyber threats.

Yael Shenhav, Vice President of Networking Products at NVIDIA, emphasized the significance of securing AI clouds, ”As AI becomes more pervasive, securing AI clouds becomes paramount,” said Yael Shenhav, Vice President of Networking Products at NVIDIA. “NVIDIA BlueField 3 enables innovators such as Check Point to offer robust cyber defense measures to secure AI cloud data centers, while also ensuring peak AI performance.”

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