Cisco Sourcefire SNORT Previous Solutions

NetworkE4b4a
Network Engineer at a individual & family service with 10,001+ employees
The main reason why we switched to this solution had to do with growth. We were growing at a very high rate at the time so we needed a solution that could handle a much larger architecture reliably. This was just one of the options that we were looking at and we really thought we'd benefit from the top-notch solution that the platform was. View full review »
AhmedElsayed1
Information Security Operations Expert at Asiacell
We did use another product prior to Cisco Sourcefire SNORT but it was before I joined the company and I am unable to comment on it. View full review »
Alexander Rudenko
Team Lead at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We also use IBM and Palo Alto and from the technical perspective, it's probably equal. It's equal by the features, by the functionality, by the performance. But again, for the pricing, it's really bumpy. For Palo Alto for example, the pricing is almost equal. But for the performance and the features, they are on the next level. View full review »
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Netwrkengin67
Network Engineer at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
Prior to this solution, we used McAfee. We switched because we replace our firewalls every five or six years. View full review »
reviewer1259517
Network Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
We are also using Check Point but it does not work as well as Sourcefire SNORT, which is why we are switching. For example, customized URLs do not work in Check Point. Check Point is also more complex. View full review »
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