We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"Helps block personal email accounts."
"I like that it integrates with the infrastructure. I also like the kind of data and intelligence that's built-in. It helps create innovative reports for security."
"Stability-wise, it's good. I have never encountered any bugs."
"The weekly reportings are great. The investigation is super and the application management is equally great."
"It's very stable, reliable and does its job."
"Web proxy adds an effective layer for security."
"The most valuable feature is the ability to block users from reaching places that they should not even try to reach has been a boon."
"The implementation is pretty easy."
"Infoblox offers granularity and advanced DNS protection to mitigate DNS attacks. It's a very secure solution."
"DHCP is a basic service, and they've been doing it for years, so it's mature and stable."
"The security of the solution is perfect. It's very good at protecting us from attacks."
"Prisma's most valuable feature would be its ability to identify bad or risky configurations."
"The performance is good."
"It is easy to use, easy to integrate, and is stable. It's scalable as well."
"To quarantine and clean a malware file provides a lot of security."
"The remediation process is easy compared to other platforms."
"It has predefined or preconfigured rules, which are getting periodically updated. They are providing continuous improvements and periodically updating all search queries that they are looking for. That is one thing that helps us to stay vigilant and focused. If we query our AWS account for any breaches or vulnerabilities with any of the cloud tests, and it alerts us based on these predefined rules. It also provides an option to configure our own rules, and based on these rules, it can query the cloud trail logs, pull the information, and trigger alerts in real-time. I haven't explored this feature much because there are multiple accounts, and we don't have enough time to explore this feature. It also provides multiple integrations. When vulnerabilities or breaches are happening, you should be aware of them immediately. It provides integration with tools such as Slack, PagerDuty so that you can get alerted as soon as the high severity stuff comes up. For example, you have a security group that has allowed public traffic on port 22. As TechOps, you should be aware of this immediately. You cannot scan each machine or look into all security groups to identify it. So, Prisma helps us and alerts us when this kind of high-priority stuff comes up. It has different statistics, analytics, and graphs for data. The description of alerts is also pretty good. They describe what are the possible causes for this and what are the solutions. From Prisma Cloud, you can directly go to the AWS account. When you click on an alert, a resource, or a resource ID, it takes you to the AWS console where you need to log in. If you are already logged in, it will take you to that instance directly, and you can fix the issue there. I have found this feature very useful."
"Prisma SaaS is very easy to use; it's common sense — it's the best-in-class."
"Looking at the full umbrella suite in the light of SASE, Secure Access Service Edge, they are clearly lacking in the inline CASB."
"There are cheaper solutions in the market"
"I would like to see integration with SecurNX in the future."
"The price could be better. The price is definitely a bit high, but we have to pay a premium for Cisco products."
"We would like to see the enhancements made to the EDR, as we see features that are running endpoint management."
"It could be more secure. It would be better if they provided a transferring proxy as an add-on and more integration."
"One of the issues with Umbrella is as you get into endpoint detection and response, such as EDR point solutions, some of them will not integrate well with Umbrella. Sometimes when you want to use technology, such as Always On VPN, it will not work. There are some looming issues as one type of technology starts to crossover with Umbrella. That is the challenge and Umbrella should find a way to be more compatible with some of the endpoint response solutions that are coming out on the market."
"In the future, they should combine some of the Cisco AMP features that they already have, for anti-malware purposes."
"There needs to be more capabilities in order to configure the console itself instead of the user interface dashboard. Configuring the DNS or DHCP through the console instead of the GUI dashboard would be better."
"The solution is expensive."
"There should be better alerts for when attacks are happening."
"My clients would like to see a more feature-rich product."
"Prisma would be a stronger solution if it could aggregate resources by project or by application. So say we have an application we've developed in AWS and five applications we've developed in Azure. The platform will group it according to those applications, but it's based on the tags we use in Azure, which means I have to rely on development teams to tag resources properly."
"Lacks a hybrid model which has API plus in-line security."
"When it comes to integration mechanisms, Prisma SaaS does not support reverse proxy type of integrations."
"The price can be reduced to make it more competitive."
"We are using the SaaS offering. We use our applications for microservices. We use Twistlock to scan containers, and it displays these results in Prisma, which is a good feature because we can see vulnerabilities with respect to these containers. We can see everything in a very detailed manner. However, when you have different environments for a single application, such as DEV, QA, PROD, and TEST, all these environments run multiple containers, which can lead to a very high number of containers. In such a scenario, it shows you the alerts for all those containers that have vulnerabilities. If you show the results of all the containers that share the same image, it is not going to add any value. Therefore, they should narrow down the alerts based on a container. It should show information for a single container. Otherwise, the person who is looking at the results gets the impression that he has to fix all these issues. This is something that they can improve."
"There is a subscription cost."
"The price depends on the use case, and it's a bit linear. But it depends on the customer's strategy and how Cisco plans to optimize the costs."
"I am not sure, I don't have the numbers in front of me, but I think it's $1.00 or so per device/month."
"When talking about Cisco solutions in general there pricing model is horrible. For example, you can sell a Meraki-based solution, but if the customer starts shopping around, someone is going to have access to the pricing at a level that you cannot compete because they do not have uniform pricing. Not everybody gets fair pricing. Unless you are one of the real major corporations selling the solution your ability to compete is impossible. Cisco will acknowledge the situation and assure you next time it will be in your favor but it never becomes favorable for you. Cisco is not very good in this regard. However, Umbrella is good."
"It has a reasonable price. It is certainly not as expensive as it used to be. It is in line with other offerings on the market. There are a number of different flavors of Umbrella. They could bring Umbrella SIG down a bit because its price is a little bit high for what it does, but I also understand why its price is high."
"I think it's worth the money."
"There are three models for licensing with different feature sets."
"The price is quite good."
"The licensing fees are paid on a yearly basis and for what we get, the price is good."
"Prisma SaaS is more expensive than similar solutions but I think it's worth it."
"Compared to other products, the price is slightly high."
"Prisma is in the middle of the road. It's not the most expensive, but it's not the cheapest. There aren't any additional costs, to my knowledge. I know they have some extra modules, but we didn't use them."
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Since software as a service is so easy, use of SaaS applications is exploding. Because of that simplicity, though, the security risks of SaaS are also on the rise. Unsanctioned SaaS apps can expose sensitive data and propagate malware, and even sanctioned SaaS adoption can increase the risk of data exposure, breaches and noncompliance. By offering advanced data protection and consistency across applications, Prisma SaaS reins in the risks. It addresses your cloud access security broker needs and provides advanced capabilities in risk discovery, data loss prevention, compliance assurance, data governance, user behavior monitoring and advanced threat prevention. Now you can maintain compliance while preventing data leaks and business disruption through a fully cloud-delivered CASB deployment.
Infoblox Advanced DNS Protection is ranked 5th in Domain Name System (DNS) Security with 3 reviews while Prisma SaaS by Palo Alto Networks is ranked 4th in Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB) with 7 reviews. Infoblox Advanced DNS Protection is rated 8.0, while Prisma SaaS by Palo Alto Networks is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of Infoblox Advanced DNS Protection writes "An easy initial setup with DNS protection and good granularity". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Prisma SaaS by Palo Alto Networks writes "We know instantly if somebody configures something in a way that's vulnerable". Infoblox Advanced DNS Protection is most compared with EfficientIP DNS Guardian, Zscaler Internet Access, Palo Alto Networks DNS Security, Fortinet FortiOS and Netskope CASB, whereas Prisma SaaS by Palo Alto Networks is most compared with Zscaler Internet Access, Netskope CASB, Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps, Check Point CloudGuard Posture Management and Symantec CloudSOC CASB.
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