"It's an unfortunate part of life," says Ungerman, Check Point's vice chairman, of
Indeed, he describes the effect of the call-up of Israeli army reservists from Check Point's employee ranks as nearly indistinguishable from people taking their summer vacation. And the rocket attacks? For folks in Tel Aviv, he suggests, it's like being in downtown
Tough talk? Maybe. But an ability to shrug off adversity is valuable in Check Point's line of work. In recent months, the company has faced its share of proverbial rockets from Wall Street and Washington alike.