Most Helpful Review
A SaaS-friendly tool that integrates well with DLP but better integration with on-premise tools is needed
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
People implementing this solution are concerned with addressing a significant risk, and within the AWS realm, this tool does de-risk substantially.
Dome9 has improved our organization; we have a centralized view of all of our assets, our visible assets our ECs, our inventories. And then all the policies are centralized, and it is easier to manage because everything is one component console.
Dome9 wraps our FTP infrastructure with its network security configurations, and this also gives us the ability to monitor FTP activity.
Gives us centralized firewall management for both Windows and Linux distros. Also provides a clear view of the security configurations and connections across environments (DMZ, external and internal networks).
The user interface is responsive and quite intuitive; when selecting an object it automatically shows the relevant actions.
Dome9 continues to be a major piece of our cloud security architecture and has given our senior leadership team a high degree of confidence in our ability to protect our cloud environment.
We have more visibility than ever before, appreciating the valuable and proactive insight that we receive from the platform.
The Compliance engine has helped put our auditors and senior executives at ease, as we can quickly and accurately measure ourselves against hundreds of compliance checks to include CIS benchmarks, PCI, and other best practices.
It gives us visibility into how the data is being used within our cloud environment.
It also prevents you from writing data to your Gmail and does not allow you to move your data outside of the corporate system. That is the most important feature for me.
There is [a feature] called cloud registry where we can see a risk assessment for the cloud services being used. If we want to add a new cloud service or a new cloud application, we can check into it and do an assessment through the cloud registry.
It help us monitor high risk services, blocking them, and also feeding them to our egress points.
The risk rating of each cloud application has been very useful. Whenever we discover a new application is use, we are able to quickly determine if this application is safe to use and whether or not we should allow our end users to be able to access it.
We have gained a deep insight into our Shadow IT usage as well as the different activities involved in Office 365.
Without Skyhigh, we had zero visibility, but now we are aware of so much more.
Skyhigh has given us categorization and rating of websites separate from what the web proxy places on the logs.
I would like to see some AI on the back-end, just to assist with doing analysis and making recommendations.
I would like to see Test B functions at the application access level.
I’d like to see more integration with third-party tools. For example, it would be helpful to have an integration between Dome9 and ServiceNow to manage security incidents and security changes.
I would like to see tighter integration with other compliance tools, like Chef Compliance, in addition to Inspector.
The biggest challenge we have with McAfee is their cross-cloud support.
I would like to see more power being given to the admin. In the sense that in case an employee is facing an issue and they want to configure a service, like attaching an email in Gmail, for example, they should be given the option to make the service request and get that configured on the go.
The only thing we have faced is that sometimes, randomly, the portal becomes too slow.
Needs integration with other technology ecosystems.
Though the Skyhigh Dashboard is processing large amounts of data, the speed of the Dashboard could be improved.
It would be nice to be able to get more advanced search functions to filter out data and quickly obtain the data that we need.
The tool could improve flexibility with the creation of reports/querying data.
Pricing and Cost Advice
I would advise taking into account the existing number of devices and add a forecast of the number of devices to be added in the coming year or two, to obtain better pricing.
They support either annual licensing or hourly. At the time of our last negotiation, it was either one or the other, you could not mix or match. I would have liked to mix/match.
The licensing fees are based on what environments you are monitoring.
They definitely charge a huge amount. All the security service providers charge a huge amount.
Have a risk-based approach towards pricing.
out of 19 in Cloud Workload Security
Average Words per Review
out of 15 in Cloud Access Security Brokers
Average Words per Review
Compared 40% of the time.
Compared 11% of the time.
Compared 8% of the time.
Compared 26% of the time.
Compared 13% of the time.
Compared 10% of the time.
Also Known As
|Dome9 Flex||Skyhigh, MVision|
CloudGuard Dome9 is a comprehensive software platform for public cloud security and compliance orchestration. Using Dome9, organizations can visualize and assess their security posture, detect misconfigurations, model and actively enforce security best practices, and protect against identity theft and data loss in the cloud. Dome9 delivers security capabilities across Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Learn more about Cloud Security Orchestration (Dome9)
Skyhigh is the leading cloud access security broker (CASB) trusted by over 500 enterprises to securely enable over 16,000 cloud services, including shadow IT and sanctioned IT.
With Skyhigh, organizations leverage a single cross-cloud platform to gain visibility into cloud usage and risks, meet compliance requirements, enforce security policies, and detect and respond to potential threats.
Learn more about Dome9
Learn more about MVision Cloud
|Symantec, Citrix, Car and Driver, Virgin, Cloud Technology Partners||Western Union.Aetna.DirecTV.Adventist.Equinix.Perrigo.Goodyear.HP.Cargill.Sony.Bank of the West.Prudential.|
Software R&D Company32%
Financial Services Firm11%
Comms Service Provider9%
Software R&D Company19%
Comms Service Provider18%