Cisco Email Security ROI

Regional ICT Security Officer EMEA at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
It would be fair to say we have seen return on investment using this solution, but I'm not the person who spends the money or places the orders so I do not have detailed information on it. View full review »
Security Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 201-500 employees
We have seen ROI. Only 70 percent of phishing and bad emails are getting through. There are very few solutions that boast this percentage of filtering. This level of filtering helps our company. View full review »
John Agunbiade
Network Security Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The ROI is about business continuity. If you get hit by malware through an email, you'll understand. Email security is a must-have; not necessarily ESA, but email security. It can come from any vendor, as far as I'm concerned. View full review »
Jean Gabriel Dick
IT Infrastructure at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Our ROI on this is much higher than it was previously with the arrays that we had. Like I said, being able to consolidate three arrays into a single footprint has made it much easier and cost-efficient. View full review »
Gaurav Shakya
Information Security Administrator at a tech vendor
I don't know directly, but since there was nothing major that happened, I don't think the ROI was bad. What we're looking for is value. There should be no hampering of production and there was nothing like that, so the ROI should have been good. View full review »
Network Security Engineer at Konga Online Shopping Ltd
It reduced the costs resulting from phishing attacks on the organization. That was one of the major reasons for deploying Cisco IronPort. View full review »
Ed Dallal
Founder, CEO, & President at Krystal Sekurity
The return here is more security and fewer interruptions. It's more stability and productivity versus less productivity, although I'm not sure how you can quantify it. It's a time-saver. If you get interrupted by ransomware or a hack, it could be costly. Every breach, just the cybersecurity breach, on average costs at least $65,000 to fix, let alone the interruption in work and retrieving data, according to industry sources. You could say that you're minimizing your costs by $65,000. View full review »
Keith Kroslow
Senior Email Engineer at a legal firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
For what you get for the product, the support, and the overall stability, it is definitely a good return on investment. View full review »
Syed A. Raheem
Group Head of Cyber Security at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
We have seen ROI in the processing time. It processes efficiently and fast. It is almost transparent in its operation. We only need to worry about our email infrastructure. Security and performance-wise, it does not add any overhead or latency. View full review »

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