From City Wall to Firewall, from Sagrada to Security – ASP at CheckPoint event in Barcelona

From City Wall to Firewall, from Sagrada to Security – ASP at CheckPoint event in Barcelona

On 10 – 13 January 2016 CheckPoint hosted the 2016 European Sales Kickoff Meeting in the beautiful city of Barcelona.

Check Point – We secure the future

The event was well attended by more than 1500 participants mainly partners from all over Europe (sales, pre-sales).

ASP joined a large Belgian delegation consisting of distributors, System Integrators and the Check Point’s Belgian team. We spent the first day networking and attending several pre-conference workshops.

The event itself was a big success. It was larger than ever and focused on the strong growth of the IT security market and the vast potential in 2016 for Check Point and its partners. Security threats are growing in size, frequency and complexity and ever more companies will need the full-scale of protection of their data.

As one of Check Point’s first historical partners in Belgium (we signed our partnership with Check Point back in 1995), ASP is keenly aware of these trends and will be focusing strongly on security. We follow Check Point’s 2016 motto: One Step Ahead. The only way to ensure your data security is to be constantly one step ahead of the digital threat environment.

As a matter of fact, Check Point’s 2016 motto is fully aligned with one of ASP’s 6 Companions: “Vision”, that allows us to be ahead of the curve in the solution we are proposing.

The holistic security solutions provided by Check Point, backed up by ASP’s trained network engineers, offer data security designs that match the strength and longevity of Barcelona, while our team’s creativity and dedication matches Gaudi’s most sophisticated buildings and works of art.

The event culminated in a huge evening event at the famous Carpe Diem restaurant where Check Point employees and partners enjoyed the finer parts of Barcelona life: tapas, cocktails and the beach. Even in the heart of winter, it was a breezy 17 degrees.

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