Compare Cybereason Endpoint Detection & Response vs. Palo Alto Networks Traps

Cybereason Endpoint Detection & Response is ranked 26th in Endpoint Protection for Business with 3 reviews while Palo Alto Networks Traps is ranked 5th in Endpoint Protection for Business with 11 reviews. Cybereason Endpoint Detection & Response is rated 8.0, while Palo Alto Networks Traps is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of Cybereason Endpoint Detection & Response writes "A lightweight, yet advanced detection system that keeps our endpoints safe". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Palo Alto Networks Traps writes "Its multi-layer approach helps my organization with anti-malware, exploit protection, and restrictions". Cybereason Endpoint Detection & Response is most compared with CrowdStrike, Carbon Black CB Defense and Cylance, whereas Palo Alto Networks Traps is most compared with Microsoft Windows Defender, Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) and CrowdStrike. See our Cybereason Endpoint Detection & Response vs. Palo Alto Networks Traps report.
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Pros
Immediately we can pick up the computers in the network if any malicious operation that is triggered.It gives all the information in a clear response.The initial setup was easy and straightforward.

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The one feature of Palo Alto Networks Traps that our organization finds most valuable is the App ID service.The stability of the solution is very good. We have about 100 users on it right now, and we use it twice a week.It's very stable. I've never experienced downtime for the ASM console or ASM core.We have a complete overview of all our PCs and it's very easy to handle and to use the interface. It has a lot of benefits for us.It blocks malicious files. It prevents attacks. It doesn't require many updates, it's a very light application.The most valuable features are the fact that it was running in the background and it would intercept any weird stuff, and the fact that it would send things directly to the cloud for sandboxing. It's quite practical.After deploying Traps, we saw the performance of the network improve by 65 to 70 percent.Traps is quite a stable product. Once it was properly deployed and configured, you have nothing to be worried about.

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Cons
It initially took some time to deploy.There can be problems with the EDI.The reporting feature needs improvement.

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It automatically detects security issues. It should be able to protect our network devices while operating autonomously.The solution needs better reports. I think they should let the customer go in and customize the reports.In the next release, I would like to see more UI improvements. Their UI is a bit basic. When we are speaking about Palo Alto Networks they are the big company, so they can improve the UI a little bit. The UI, the reports, the log system can all be improved.Currently, if you use Palo Alto endpoint protection as the only solution it's very complicated to remove pre-existing threats.Managing the product should be easier.There are some false positives. What our guys would have liked is that it would have been easier to manipulate as soon as they found a false positive that they knew was a false positive. How to do so was not obvious. Some people complained about it. The interface, the ESM, is not user-friendly.There are some default policies which sometimes affect our applications and cause them to run around. In the hotel industry, we use a different type of data versus Oracle and SQL. By default, there are some policies which stop us from running properly. Because of this, the support level is also not that strong. We have to wait to get a results.Traps doesn't work with McAfee. You need to remove McAfee to install Traps. This is very common, and its nothing that should be an issue. Some antivirus engines recognize Traps as an threat component, so maybe they need to shake hands somewhere.

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I do not have experience with the licensing of the product.In terms of cost, this is a good choice for our needs.

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The price was fine.When we first bought it, it was a bit expensive, but it was worth it. The licensing was straightforward.I did PoCs on products called Cylance and CrowdStrike. Although, I consider these products and they were also good, when it come to cost and budgetary factors, Traps has been proven to be better than the other two products. It is quite cost-effective and delivers all the entire solution which we require.It is cost-effective compared to similar solutions. It fits for the small businesses through to the big businesses.The return on investment is from the user side because we have seen the performance of it increase the delivery time of the product if we are using too many web-based and on-premise applications. In indirect ways, we saw the return of investment in terms of performance and user satisfaction increase.It is "expensive" and flexible.Traps pays for itself within the first 16 months of a three-year subscription. This is attributed to OPEX savings, as security teams spent less time trying to identify and isolate malware for analysis as a result of a reduction in malware incidents, false positives, and breach avoidance.We didn't have to pay any additional fee for the cloud instance. It just came with the renewal, which was nice.

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Cybereason EDR, Cybereason Deep Detect & RespondCyvera
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Overview
Cybereason's Endpoint Detection and Response platform detects in real-time both signature and non-signature-based attacks and accelerates incident investigation and response. Cybereason connects together individual pieces of evidence to form a complete picture of a malicious operation.

Traps replaces legacy antivirus and secures endpoints with a multi-method prevention approach that blocks malware and exploits, both known and unknown, before they compromise endpoints such as laptops, desktops and servers.

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Sample Customers
Lockheed Martin, Spark Capital, DocuSign, Softbank CapitalCBI Health Group, University Honda, VakifBank
Top Industries
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Software R&D Company25%
Retailer18%
Manufacturing Company12%
Comms Service Provider8%
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Healthcare Company22%
Mining And Metals Company22%
Media Company11%
Hospitality Company11%
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Software R&D Company28%
Comms Service Provider13%
Media Company7%
Construction Company7%
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