AlgoSec Pricing and License Cost

Network Security Engineer/Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The price for the solution is not cheap but if you use it fully it will compensate in terms of securitization and in terms of time gained on the daily operations. It is also very helpful if your company is audited on the security part. View full review »
Network Administrator at City of Calgary
Initial setup was not that hard. Vendor did this for us. Licensing depends on how many firewalls your company has. They have license options for small to big customers depending on the network. Price is fair for Licensing and Product. View full review »
Amit Gumber
Senior Manager at HCL Technologies
When it comes to the cost of support and licensing, it is much cheaper than other competing products. View full review »
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Ricardo Fernandes
Resp. Area de Segurança at REN
Cost is based on firewall. There are bundles, e.g., virtual firewalls might make the solution cheaper. The licensing scheme should be done in a simpler way. For example, if we delete a firewall and want to add a new one, then the license doesn't get freed up automatically. You have to request a new license to customer support and install it. If you are testing new implementations, this can be cumbersome. View full review »
Riyas Mohammed
The setup for this solution is not very costly. The licensing is very easy to set up, with flexible licensing methods such as subscription and perpetual. The pricing itself is also flexible, with it being related to the number of devices and applications. View full review »
User at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
Be sure to scale properly. View full review »
Jeffrey Cherpeski
MITP-2 at State of Nevada Department of Administration Message
The initial cost was high for us, but we have always been behind the tech curve and cost has always been the limiting factor. That attitude has changed. Now, we look for the best, not simply the cheapest. View full review »
Nicholas Maurel
Digital Security Specialist at Derivco
I would suggest that you start with a VM, get a PoC with a temp license, and try it out. You will love it. View full review »
Managed Security Services Product Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
In terms of pricing, it would be useful if they could be a bit more aggressive to their competition in the market. They need more aggressive pricing. That would be certainly more helpful to the market overall. View full review »
Network and Security Engineer at Inmarsat
Setup cost and pricing were reasonable and the licensing was straightforward. View full review »
IT Security Manager at a sports company with 10,001+ employees
The pricing for this solution seems to be reasonable for the functionality. View full review »
Paulo Ataides
Senior Information Technology Security Analyst at a integrator with 1,001-5,000 employees
For the AFF solution, it is necessary to purchase a license for each network asset so that the solution is complete, depending on the size of the environment. View full review »
Sahanawaz khan
Sr Platform Owner at Emirates NBD
Definitely the simplicity to use this solution is the key factor to be a leader in this competition and the other factor is the response and support model. View full review »
Network Engineer at Schneider Electric
The price is within the standard of security products. View full review »
Network & Collaboration Engineer at Btg Pactual S.A.
It is fair. For cloud environments, it can be expensive. The model adopted to use as licensing for the cloud environment should be reviewed since it sometimes can increase the value of the service/product in an unexpected way. For example, they should instead use the amount of instances, which should just take into consideration the number of Security Groups and ACLs. View full review »
Network Security Engineer III at Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
The cost is kind of high but I really did not check any other vendors. View full review »
User with 10,001+ employees
Licenses are provided by firewall and routers. Do not underestimate the number of routers because the price can be significantly reduced as you buy more licenses. Same if you go for more than one product (i.e. FireFlow, BusinessFlow) View full review »
Tim Wackenhuth
IT Security Engineer III at Paychex, Inc.
I would start with only a few firewalls and then grow. You can get your feet wet and add more firewalls in next year's budget. View full review »
Nick Rose
Network Manager at iPSL
Setup is easy; we use a VM to run it. Having knowledge in Linux is not a requirement but helps when required to update the software. Also, ensure the reseller has the ability to escalate any issues in case they can't fix it for you. Your licensing should cover the support of the product. View full review »
Sunil Kumar.
User at Maple Leaf Foods
AlgoSec is not much more expensive compared to other products available in the market. View full review »
IP network expert at a comms service provider with 201-500 employees
I propose to purchase licenses for all of the networking devices in the network, because if not all of the devices are integrated then the query of particular access cannot be discovered entirely. View full review »
DevOps Engineer at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
My advice is to please make sure that you evaluate other competitive products before choosing this solution. The price is high but the support is extremely poor, so keep that in mind before choosing this product. View full review »
Julian Santos
User at a wireless company with 10,001+ employees
I do not have many details of this commercial part. View full review »
The pricing is flexible with a low cost setup. There is no complexity in the licensing methods. View full review »
Alberto Selma Tamarit
Senior Networking Engineer at Schneider Electric
I'm part of the team that uses the AlgoSec solution, not on the finance IT team. View full review »
Mustafa Karanfil
Network Security Engineer at Türkiye İş Bankası
The pricing of AlgoSec is fair. View full review »
Arieh Shalem
Director of Information Security Operations at First Quality Enterprises
My advice is that you must do a POC and show value. View full review »
Idan Malei
Global Network and Security Team Leader at Ormat Technologies, Inc.
Pricing is great if you have a small number of large firewalls, otherwise, it does not bring ROI. View full review »
Network Security Engineer at Chubb
Licensing is very easy to set up. The pricing is relative to how you want to expand and harden your network security. View full review »
User at POST Luxembourg
Compare with other products to see which one matches the best their needs. View full review »
AlgoSec is worth every penny for the value or return of investment. View full review »
Joby George Cherian
I do not have much information on the pricing, as I wasn't part of the actual procurement process. I was told that the pricing and licensing was comparatively fair. View full review »
Noel Noguera
Technical Director at Keystone Solutions, Inc.
Licensing is simple, and the setup is straightforward. View full review »
User with 10,001+ employees
The price is adapted to the product's utilization for each company. View full review »
Network Engineer at WPPI Energy
Setup is a breeze. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about AlgoSec. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: April 2020.
446,626 professionals have used our research since 2012.