Marian MelniciucSenior IT System Administrator at ScanPlus GmbH
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The costs of 50 licenses of AMP for three years is around $9,360."
"The price is very good."
"The visibility that we have into the endpoint and the forensics that we're able to collect give us value for the price. This is not an overly expensive solution, considering all the things that are provided. You get great performance and value for the cost."
"Whenever you are doing the licensing process, I would highly advise to look at what other Cisco solutions you have in your organization, then evaluate if an Enterprise Agreement is the best way to go. In our case, it was the best way to go. Since we had so many other Cisco products, we were able to tie those in. We were actually able to get several Cisco security solutions for less than if we had bought three or four Cisco security solutions independently or ad hoc."
"In our case, it is a straightforward annual payment through our Enterprise Agreement."
"Our company was very happy with the price of Cisco AMP. It was about a third of what we were paying for System Center Endpoint Protection."
"There are a couple of different consumption models: Pay up front, or if you have an enterprise agreement, you can do a monthly thing. Check your licensing possibilities and see what's best for your organization."
"The Enterprise Agreement is like an all-you-can-eat buffet of Cisco products. In that vein, it was very affordable."
Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) is subscription-based, managed through a web-based management console, and deployed on a variety of platforms that protects endpoints, network, email and web Traffic. AMP key features include the following: Global threat intelligence to proactively defend against known and emerging threats, Advanced sandboxing that performs automated static and dynamic analysis of files against more than 700 behavioral indicators, Point-in-time malware detection and blocking in real time and Continuous analysis and retrospective security regardless of the file's disposition and Continuous analysis and retrospective security.
Endgame's converged endpoint security platform is transforming security programs - their people, processes and technology - with the most powerful endpoint protection and simplest user experience, ensuring analysts of any skill level can stop targeted attacks before information theft. Endgame unifies prevention, detection, and threat hunting to stop known and unknown attacker behaviors at scale with a single agent.
Continuous vigilance at your endpoints
Organizations typically run thousands of systems around the globe – some, like laptops, often not connected to your network—creating a potentially large attack surface. While attackers try to blend in without triggering alerts, Endpoint Detection & Response enables ongoing surveillance to detect suspicious activities that may be signs of a compromise. EDR scales across your infrastructure to help protect servers and workstations globally.
Our team of experts is at your side
Highly skilled, certified Open Systems engineers proactively monitor all your endpoints, handle alerts, and ensure compliance with your security policy. They work with your IT security staff according to clearly defined processes in order to inform you of and isolate compromised systems. In addition, they’re able to efficiently perform network-wide changes that are driven by the dynamic security needs of your organization.
Elastic Security is ranked 18th in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) with 1 review while Open Systems Endpoint Detection and Response is ranked 34th in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR). Elastic Security is rated 8.0, while Open Systems Endpoint Detection and Response is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Elastic Security writes "Good threat hunting and capability for AI chat-related queries with very good stability". On the other hand, Elastic Security is most compared with Cortex XDR by Palo Alto Networks, CrowdStrike Falcon, SentinelOne, McAfee Endpoint Security and Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, whereas Open Systems Endpoint Detection and Response is most compared with .
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