Check Point has more than doubled its rate of growth in a year thanks to strength in product and subscription revenues. The cybersecurity firm has released its financial results for the second quarter ending 30 June 2022. It saw total revenues reach $571m, a 9 per cent increase year over year, while its GAAP operating income hit $209m, representing 37 per cent of revenues. Part of the rise was down to product and licencing revenues, which saw a 12 per cent increase year over year to ...
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