Compare FireEye Email Security vs. GWAVA

FireEye Email Security is ranked 12th in Messaging Security with 1 review while GWAVA is ranked 13th in Messaging Security with 1 review. FireEye Email Security is rated 8.0, while GWAVA is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of FireEye Email Security writes "Simple to use and does a good job of protecting systems from malware". On the other hand, the top reviewer of GWAVA writes "An excellent anti-spam solution for mail systems". FireEye Email Security is most compared with Cisco Email Security, Forcepoint Email Security and DMARC Compass, whereas GWAVA is most compared with Mimecast Mailbox Continuity and Cisco Umbrella.
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The solution's most valuable feature is its simplicity. It's very user-friendly.

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It's a perfect business pump filter. We have much less false positives, and also less spam than other organizations.

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Cons
The reporting aspect of the solution needs improvement.

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The solution needs to be more user-friendly. I don't want to have to go to my IT guy and have him explain aspects of the solution to me. There should be a way for them to be able to translate aspects of the product to a typical user in a clear concise way.

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Ranking
12th
out of 57 in Messaging Security
Views
1,148
Comparisons
988
Reviews
1
Average Words per Review
260
Avg. Rating
8.0
13th
out of 57 in Messaging Security
Views
409
Comparisons
223
Reviews
1
Average Words per Review
350
Avg. Rating
9.0
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Overview

FireEye Email Security delivers dynamic defense to detect attacks from the very first time they're seen and blocks the most dangerous cyber threats including malware-laden attachments and URLs, credential phishing sites and business email compromise attacks. Email-borne cyber attacks are targeted, automated and hidden amongst millions of messages, easily morphing before signatures can be created.

GWAVA provides solutions that meet and exceed the archiving, compliance, and security demands for highly-regulated organizations such as Government, Education, Healthcare and Financial Services. Retain Unified Archiving meets their needs as a value added archiving solution which enables these highly regulated industries to meet complex archiving compliance standards. This is critical, as many compliance standards and regulations cannot be met with the built in archiving solutions offered by Office 365, Exchange Online, and Gmail.

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Sample Customers
Northshore Utility District, Luz Technologies, Air Academy Federal Credit Union, Bank Gutmann, Bank of Thailand, Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, State of Missouri, City and County of San Francisco, Denver Public Schools, Vodafone, Go Auto, Stater Bros. MarketSVG Strassenverkehrs-Genossenschaft Wªrttemberg eG, ELO Digital Office GmbH, Grafisch Lyceum Utrecht, Deutscher Steuerberaterverband (DStV), Investment Savings Bank of Pennsylvania, Gwinnett Health System, Long Island Rail Road, Wisconsin Historical Society, South Texas Nuclear Facility, Northwestern Michigan College, Carilion Health System, North Memorial Medical Center
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