Anonymous UserTechnical Manager at a tech services company
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The most values feature of this solution are the micro DLP features."
"The interface and dashboard are okay."
"There are no issues with the interface."
"One of the most valuable features is that when we send emails and it gives a warning, you can configure those email addresses so that they can only send outside the email."
"It is something that we need for compliance, and it has been useful. Their support staff is also amazing."
"Being able to specify an agent list, or client list, to allow support from outside of the organization, would be of benefit to this solution."
"It's hard for me to answer any questions about missing features. It's the outside companies who support us that manage this DLP solution at this moment."
"Most of the functions don't work in the way that they are supposed to."
"There is a problem with the RAM - it's eating up resources. The RAM utilization sometimes reaches up to 80% - 95%, and what we do is just restart the firewall."
"They need to stop the VLAN limitation. They have a VLAN limitation on the size of their boxes. It is the worst thing ever. They basically sell their boxes by the size and the number of VLANs it can handle, which is a real issue. You spend a couple of thousand dollars for a firewall, and you can only do 30 VLANs, which is extremely silly, as a matter of fact. It would be really great to have something for easier mass rule changes. It also needs a drag-and-drop function so that you don't have to constantly duplicate firewall rules. It would be nice to have such a feature because you got one WatchGuard, and you want to mirror its config and change a couple of things in another one and move some things around. It is not as easy as you would necessarily think. It is kind of expensive, and its pricing can be a little better for sure."
"It's relatively cheap so the pricing is okay."
"It is kind of expensive. I buy it on the appliance. I always buy three-year total security."
Now more than ever, your data is on the move—whether it’s on a laptop, flash drive, or moving across physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructures. At any point along the way, your financial data, customer information, intellectual property, or trade secrets could be lost or stolen. Securing this data is further complicated by several growing risk factors:
Rapidly evolving compliance regulations and mandates, including GDPR
Continued growth of workforce mobility
Employees using their own mobile devices and consumer apps for work
Rising frequency of advanced persistent threats (APTs) and data breach incidents
To avoid the embarrassment, reputation damage, regulatory fines, and revenue loss, today’s enterprise must be able to identify, track, and secure all confidential data from multiple points within the organisation and in the cloud without impacting employee productivity and performance. In the past, many organisations tried traditional data loss prevention (DLP) solutions but found they were too intrusive, too complex to manage, and too costly to acquire, deploy, and maintain.
Data breaches pose a serious threat to organizations of all sizes, as the number of incidents and associated costs are on the rise. Whether a data leak was intentional or not, it can also cause permanent reputation damage to your organization. WatchGuard Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a comprehensive service that helps keep your confidential data private. It prevents data breaches and enforces compliance by scanning text and files to detect sensitive information attempting to exit your network.
Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention is ranked 7th in Data Loss Prevention with 3 reviews while WatchGuard Data Loss Prevention is ranked 9th in Data Loss Prevention with 2 reviews. Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention is rated 4.0, while WatchGuard Data Loss Prevention is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention writes "Unstable solution with poor technical support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of WatchGuard Data Loss Prevention writes "Helpful email filtering security features and has an easy to understand integration ". Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention is most compared with Symantec Data Loss Prevention, Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator, Digital Guardian and ESET Safetica, whereas WatchGuard Data Loss Prevention is most compared with . See our Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention vs. WatchGuard Data Loss Prevention report.
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