Compare Fortinet FortiWeb vs. R&S Web Application Firewall (DenyAll)

Fortinet FortiWeb is ranked 4th in Web Application Firewall (WAF) with 11 reviews while R&S Web Application Firewall (DenyAll) is ranked 15th in Web Application Firewall (WAF) with 1 review. Fortinet FortiWeb is rated 8.2, while R&S Web Application Firewall (DenyAll) is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Fortinet FortiWeb writes "Good pricing, and provides for faster and more secure application deployment". On the other hand, the top reviewer of R&S Web Application Firewall (DenyAll) writes "Geo-localization and IP reputation help to keep our clients secure and more available". Fortinet FortiWeb is most compared with Fortinet FortiADC , F5 BIG-IP, Microsoft Azure Application Gateway, AWS WAF and Cloudflare, whereas R&S Web Application Firewall (DenyAll) is most compared with F5 BIG-IP and PerimeterX Bot Defender.
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Pros
This product is very user-friendly.The GUI is user-friendly.I have recently been looking at the SSL certificate features and the learning mode of the appliance. This appliance learns from the pattern of SSL attacks.The GUI is user-friendly and it's easy to understand how to manage it.The most valuable features are support and security.FortiWeb offers machine learning in the latest product. This fixed many problems. There are no false negatives.It's the extra security that is the most valuable feature. You have insight into your traffic. There are some great insights into what utilities hackers are trying to exploit. It blocks a lot of stuff from the internet.The most valuable feature in this solution is the ability to disseminate between the user entering some wrong value to the field, and a suspicious actor trying to exploit some known vulnerability.

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The three most valuable features that I noticed are the geo-localization of the user, the IP reputation, and the compartmental analysis.

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Cons
FortiWeb needs to have support for the newest technology being used in web applications.The integration with other products should be improved.We would like the interface to be easier to use and more user-friendly. The interface needs to be enhanced.Describing security rules should be improved. It's tricky to define new feature tools when you want to describe an attack pattern and want to block it.I would like to see more improvements with respect to threat intelligence.Fortinet FortiWeb is not scalable. You'll need more budget to change the hardware.The solution is rather complicated. If you know what to do, it's not bad, but it's complicated for a first time user to configure the solution. What I'd like to improve are the custom signatures.We would like to know more about the integration with the hardware or security products, such as Gemalto, because we need to move to that point.

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The area that should be improved is licensing.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
Due to the situation in Iran with the sanctions, the price of this solution is very expensive.FortiWeb is more expensive than some competing products.All our Fortinet pricing is bundled together for different products, like FortiGate, FortiAnalyzer, and FortiWeb. FortiWeb, by itself, is probably around $2,500 to $3,500.The costs are standard. We pay around $1,600 yearly.The solution gives us the best price to performance ratio.The license cost depends on the size of the box or the size of the solution. It can go from €200 Euros to a few hundred thousand Euros a year depending on your size.

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Rohde & Schwarz Web Application Firewall, R&S WAF, DenyAll Web Application Security
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Overview

FortiWeb is a web application firewall (WAF) that protects hosted web applications from attacks that target known and unknown exploits. Using multi-layered and correlated detection methods, FortiWeb defends applications from known vulnerabilities and from zero-day threats.

Beyond the basic capabilities of traditional negative and positive security models, DenyAll’s scoring mechanism, user behavior tracking and advanced detection engines deliver best-of-breed security that won’t let you down. None of our customers have made the headlines with security breaches.

Web Services and automated machine-to-machine communications support business processes, internal and with ecosystem partners that are often critical. DenyAll makes it easy to optimize and secure these XML-based data flows, with capabilities found in no other WAF or SOA Gateway.

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Sample Customers
Lush, Barnabas Health, Options, Riverside Healthcare, Hillsbourough County Schools, Columbia Public Schools, Schiller AG
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Financial Services Firm38%
Comms Service Provider15%
Government15%
Consumer Goods Company8%
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Media Company7%
Retailer7%
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