FireMon ROI

Daniel James
Security Engineer at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
Even if it wasn't financially related, I don't have the background where I could authoritatively speak to you about any specific ROI. I can say that I'm sure it's paid for itself several times over, but I would actually have to have seen what a calendar year was like before and after having the product. View full review »
Orlando Paulino
Information Security Analyst at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
I'm not sure if FireMon has saved us money, but I know it has saved time in cleaning up the whole company and has helped reduce all that ugliness that we had. View full review »
NetworkSad34
Network Security Engineer- Senior at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
In my opinion, we have seen ROI. We're able to share data that other groups need, by harvesting it out of FireMon, which is extremely powerful. Another group can look up their own NAT, for instance, even if they're not very savvy. It has helped reduce a lot of casework that was coming into our queue, that was along the lines of, "Hey, what NAT does this belong to?" Going back to the complex rules, it has literally prevented devices from falling over and dying. It's maintained uptime, which is invaluable when you're dealing with millions of customers connecting through one firewall. View full review »
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InfoAssu7204
Info Assurance Engineer at a aerospace/defense firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have not met a return on investment with this tool yet. For the firewalls that we manage, it does help reduce our overall audit time. View full review »
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