Endpoint Security Reviews
VENDOR: Trend Micro, Inc.
WHAT: While Trend Micro Smart Protection Complete has a strong anti-malware component, it also features port and device controls, endpoint encryption and DLP.
PRICE: Starts at $49 per user/year for 500+ users.
VENDOR: ThreatTrack Security
WHAT: VIPRE Business Premium is one of the endpoint products that focuses on malware and it does it well. This is a combination on-premises and cloud-based offering.
PRICE: Starts at $19.80 per computer for five computers, scaling to $12.30 per computer for 250-499 computers.
WHAT: SentinelOne EPP (Endpoint Protection Platform) is an anti-malware approach to endpoint security on Windows, OS X and Android devices.
PRICE: Varies depending on configuration, but starts at about $45 per endpoint per year.
VENDOR: Raytheon | Websense
WHAT: SureView Insider Threat is largely an investigative platform.
PRICE: Tiered, subscription pricing, 1,000-agent license is $125K (hardware, around $170K).
VENDOR: Pulse Secure
WHAT: If your organization allows mobile devices – especially BYOD – take a close look at this one. It can prevent a lot of pain.
PRICE: $85 per year per user.
WHAT: This is a significant anti-malware tool.
PRICE: $42/year per endpoint.
VENDOR: Guidance Software, Inc
WHAT: EnCase Endpoint Security really has two parts: Threat Detection and Incident Response.
WHAT: ESET Endpoint Security is one of the products that does a lot of different functions.
PRICE: Varies, 100 users for three years is about $17 per user per year.
WHAT: DeviceLock's current offering is the old school approach of a suite of tools for every function and in that context they are the Swiss Army knife of endpoint security.
PRICE: Starts at $40 per seat for perpetual license (1,000 endpoints).
WHAT: This product is completely cloud-based and it has the best performance we’ve seen yet.
PRICE: Starts at $55 per year per endpoint.
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