McAfee Web Protection Previous Solutions

Daniel Colombani
Lead: Incident Response, Investigation & Vulnerability Management at a government with 501-1,000 employees
I used Sophos before; Sophos Web, as well as the Sophos app. We wanted to expand our capability using other products. And Sophos doesn't give you that capability to do it all. Another thing is, I'm the manager of the operation. And something I don't want is to have so many different parts from different vendors. And then when you want to put in a ticket, now you need to call one vendor, then other vendors. And I was looking to have it all in one place, everything that I need. And McAfee Web Protection gave me that solution. View full review »
MarkGrover
Information Technology Security Consultant at Infosec Consulting ltd
I previously used Websense by Forcepoint a long time ago. The main difference is that Websense was an appliance. So that was installed in the server room and then configured with policies and it was centrally managed. McAfee is not server-based, so you can install it on your own device — anywhere that you like really. McAfee may be easier to deploy and handle. View full review »
ManagerOd68c
Manager of BI at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We did not use a solution prior to this one. Using this type of solution is best practice in the industry. It is easy to use and it is affordable. View full review »
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Businessa10d
Business Analyst at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did have an older product but this one had more features so we made the change. View full review »
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