Revenue rose 4% to $340.2m, while net income grew to $151m from $150m.
Internet security provider Check Point has reported a rise in second-quarter profits, supported by a growth in revenue.
The company, whose multi-layer security protections include firewall, threat prevention, data protection and secure-Web gateway, said revenue for the quarter ending June 30 hit $340.2m, a 4% increase from the same period last year, while net income rose to $151m from $150m.
Check Point put the increase down to growth from new data centre appliances, software blades and threat prevention devices.
Gil Shwed, founder and CEO of Check Point, said: "We are pleased with our second quarter results, which were highlighted by excellent sequential growth in our product sales. Top performers were the North American region and our new data center appliances.
"Our software blades continued to deliver double-digit growth year over year, with threat prevention and application control technologies driving share gains."
The results coincide with the company’s recent launch of 135000 Appliance, which is meant to increase protection for data centres against cyber-attacks.
"We continue to provide the highest level of defence against cyber security risks to our customers. With our unique Software Blade architecture, a single Check Point gateway can provide customers with integrated security protections that could otherwise require up to 15 disparate security products from multiple vendors," Shwed added.