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"Having information stolen by a hacker would be more expensive than purchasing a license.""Being able to keep the phishing campaigns out of my company has been ROI for me.""Do a full feature evaluation (interactive) with a support person. That is what I did.""The price is very good, based on what they deliver.""One of the nice features is that the licensing model is elastic, so if you go over your license count, you can add users during your billing cycle and true-up later.""There are absolutely no additional costs to the standard licensing fees. One of the wonderful pieces is that CloudGuard SaaS is all-inclusive in its licensing. There's no a-la-carte functionality. You're getting 100 percent of the product for the licensing that you're paying.""The difference between [Check Point and its competitors] boiled down to money. Price-wise, Check Point was very good, it was very competitive."

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Top Answer: The feature I find to be most valuable is very much the zero-touch provisioning. I was able to be up, operational, and 100 percent functional in less than a half an hour.
Top Answer: It's hard to advise people on pricing and licensing. It's priced per user, although I do not remember what the list-price per user is and I don't even remember what we pay per user. But Check Point… more »
Top Answer: One of the areas that I would like to see them develop into the product would be in the user feedback arena. Today, if a phishing email were to get through and bypass the product — which very few do —… more »
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From private cloud datacenters to public clouds and SaaS applications, CloudGuard provides comprehensive cloud security solutions to keep enterprise data, assets and apps free from even the most sophisticated attacks.
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Lacework’s unified cloud security platform provides unprecedented visibility, automates intrusion detection, delivers one-click investigation, and simplifies cloud compliance across AWS, Azure, and GCP, providing a comprehensive view of risks across cloud workloads and containers.

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Helvetia, Denham Capital, Daymark Solutions, Neopharm GroupJ.Crew, AdRoll, Snowflake, VMWare, Iterable, Pure Storage, TrueCar, NerdWallet, and more.
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Check Point CloudGuard SaaS is ranked 5th in Cloud Workload Security with 8 reviews while Lacework is ranked 14th in Cloud Workload Security. Check Point CloudGuard SaaS is rated 8.6, while Lacework is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Check Point CloudGuard SaaS writes "Daily phishing attacks are no longer negatively impacting us, and we no longer have data exfiltration". On the other hand, Check Point CloudGuard SaaS is most compared with Prisma Cloud by Palo Alto Networks, Dome9, Cisco Tetration, Symantec Cloud Workload Protection and Guardicore Centra, whereas Lacework is most compared with Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform, Prisma Cloud by Palo Alto Networks, Dome9 and Amazon GuardDuty.

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