Muhammad-ImranDeputy I.T. Manager at a non-tech company
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"I like the simplicity of this solution and the fact that it saves us time. The deployment was really straightforward and useful and I am impressed by the anti-virus endpoint detection and response offered by this solution."
"The solution has exchange protection. It has a content control, device control, a firewall, and anti-malware as well. They are all quite valuable features for us."
"The endpoint protection is the solution's most valuable feature."
"It hasn't crashed a single time, so it is stable in that sense."
"It has been working fine. It lets you know when it finds things. We didn't have any incident where the place had to shut down or was taken over by anything. We haven't had any issues that we know of."
"The solution is easy to install and configure."
"There are blurred lines between anti-virus and endpoint detection so I would say it can be confusing when you are considering buying this program. I would like to see that being explained better to the customer."
"There needs to be better integration with the environment. Especially, for the active directory and also for keeping up with the changes from Microsoft. We use a lot of Microsoft OS. I have noted that sometimes they lag behind Microsoft updates. For example, when with Windows 10. I had some issues with deploying to Windows 10 because the solution was behind in updating their own services to match the Microsoft release."
"The database needs improvement. It needs to be updated quite a bit."
"I think that ESET is a little too heavy on the CPU."
"It seems to have some issues with updates. When you do updates, it sometimes requests for a reboot, and even when you do the reboot, it still says that you need to reboot. Currently, on my computer, it says that a new ESET Endpoint Antivirus has been installed, and I need to restart the computer for the changes to take effect, but I've already done that, and the same message is still there, which is a little annoying. It should have a feature similar to the Intercept X feature in Sophos."
"They could improve the solution by adding better ransomware features."
"There's a yearly cost for licensing. For us, that comes to $1,400. There are no additional costs beyond the license itself."
"This is not an expensive product."
"It probably is less expensive than Sophos."
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Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection (HVI) is the first security solution that is able to uncover memory violations that endpoint security tools sometimes miss by directly analyzing raw memory lines - thereby ensuring they are not being altered by malware.
ESET Endpoint Antivirus is an on-premise antivirus solution that provides businesses protection against malware and a remote management tool.
ESET Endpoint Antivirus also features device control, which scans USB sticks, CDs, DVDs and other removable media for hidden threats. Administrators can configure the system to block unauthorized media from accessing the network, thus protecting against data loss.
Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection is ranked 14th in Anti-Malware Tools with 3 reviews while ESET Endpoint Antivirus is ranked 16th in Anti-Malware Tools with 3 reviews. Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection is rated 7.4, while ESET Endpoint Antivirus is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection writes "An excellent endpoint protection that's scalable and reasonably priced". On the other hand, the top reviewer of ESET Endpoint Antivirus writes "Works fine, pretty stable, and easy to deploy". Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection is most compared with CrowdStrike Falcon, Cortex XDR by Palo Alto Networks, Carbon Black CB Defense and Kaspersky Endpoint Security, whereas ESET Endpoint Antivirus is most compared with ESET File Security, GoSecure Next-Gen Antivirus and WatchGuard Gateway AntiVirus. See our Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection vs. ESET Endpoint Antivirus report.
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