Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Pricing and License Cost

Anthony Alvarico
Deliver Practice Director at DynTek
We are using the version that is included with Windows 10. If you don't purchase the advanced threat protection then there is no additional charge. View full review »
reviewer1007844
Product Manager at a comms service provider with 201-500 employees
There is a free version of Windows Defender, although the paid version has EDR functionality. We sell this product as part of Office 365 and it is not expensive. View full review »
reviewer1392441
Senior IT Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 501-1,000 employees
When compared with other vendors, the pricing is very high. There are several other features that can be integrated with Microsoft Defender ATP such as EDR. But, it doesn't already come integrated with ATP. It's available at an additional cost. If you want the EDR feature, you would have to purchase an E-file license. The cost is three times higher to have more productivity with the dashboard. View full review »
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reviewer1068285
Assistant Manager, IT Infrastructure at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Microsoft Defender ATP is expensive. View full review »
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