Check Point Virtual Systems Pricing and License Cost

Siju Siju
Assistant Manager IT Projects at Mustafa Sultan
Check Point pricing is high. It is a sector where there is heavy competition so it does not help when trying to sell the product. But one thing is that the sales chain is fantastic. The price is usually the most difficult thing when we discuss Check Point with customers, their feedback is that it is not a competitively inexpensive product. Clients want to know why that is and if we could scale the price. Check Point can have more presence in the market, but if they want it to compete, they have to come down in price a little more. I would say 20 to 30% lower. The product is fine. View full review »
Umair Siddiqi
Network Security Engineer at a government
Compared to Cisco Firepower Threat Defense, the solution is cheap. However, not as cheap as Fortinet or Palo Alto. If clients have smaller budgets, we would have to advise one of those instead. View full review »
Anatolii Kachanovskyi
Head of Cyber Security Department at NGT Group
Our licensing is yearly at a fixed cost. The solution has a very flexible pricing model. It can provide the same level of security and performance, but in parallel, can be subscription-based. View full review »
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Chieftech67
CTO at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The price of this solution could be improved. We pay approximately ‎€150,000 ($166,000 USD) per year. We receive four days of support every year from our service provider before we have to contact Check Point. View full review »
Steve Switzer
Information Security Analyst at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
Look into this carefully and be sure you use all you buy. We haven't bought SandBlast or the bot solution but they look effective. View full review »
it_user715161
Director at InfoGuardian
The price of this solution varies from small to extremely expensive. On average, it is normally on the lower end, being less expensive than Palo Alto or Cisco. View full review »
NtwrkSec67
Network and Security Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We negotiate every deal to get a discount for a higher number of devices. View full review »
Ntwrkconslt564
Network Consultant Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It is a very expensive program and there are additional costs despite the standard licensing fees. So I would like to see it being more affordable in the future. View full review »
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