Compare Cisco Umbrella vs. IBM Security Network IPS

Cisco Umbrella is ranked 1st in Web Security Gateways with 11 reviews while IBM Security Network IPS is ranked 24th in Intrusion Detection and Prevention Software. Cisco Umbrella is rated 8.6, while IBM Security Network IPS is rated 0. The top reviewer of Cisco Umbrella writes "Offers protection from DNS-based attacks and improves visibility". On the other hand, Cisco Umbrella is most compared with Zscaler Internet Access, Infoblox Secure DNS and Forcepoint Web Security, whereas IBM Security Network IPS is most compared with Darktrace, Cisco Umbrella and Trend Micro TippingPoint NGIPS.
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Cisco has a model called ELA. With ELA, if you buy the solution you will have the complete security portfolio and you can pay it yearly or after three years, it depends on the contract.Licensing fees are paid on a yearly basis.Our licensing fees are on a yearly basis.Our costs were negotiated, and they are okay.There is a one-time cost of approximately $800 USD per user, and then a yearly support fee of about $50 per user.The price could be lower.The product is pricey compared to Cisco Firepower.It needs a better price point.

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8.6
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877
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0
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Also Known As
OpenDNSSecurity Network Intrusion Prevention System, IBM Security Network Protection, XGS, GX
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Overview

OpenDNS provides easy-to-implement Internet navigation and Web security solutions for families, schools, governmental organizations and businesses of all sizes. The services provided by OpenDNS increase the speed of navigating websites and prevent unintended access to phishing and malware sites as well as to any Web content that you configure to be restricted.   

IBM Security Network Intrusion Prevention System appliances are designed to stop constantly evolving threats before they impact your business. This means providing both high levels of protection and performance, while lowering the overall cost and complexity associated with deploying and managing a large number of point solutions.
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Sample Customers
Chart Industries, City of Aspen, Eastern Mountain Sports, FLEXcon, George Washington University, Jackson Municipal Airport Authority, Ohio Public Library Information Network, PTC, Richland Community College, Smart Motors, Tulane University, VeriClaimEquifax, Christian Hospital Centre
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Financial Services Firm29%
K 12 Educational Company Or School12%
Healthcare Company12%
Media Company6%
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Software R&D Company28%
Comms Service Provider19%
Government6%
K 12 Educational Company Or School6%
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