Rapid7 InsightVM Previous Solutions

reviewer613356
Information Security Manager at a non-tech company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Last year got a new person in the position of information security officer, and he brought the news with him. We went with NeXpose because we wanted to get as many products as we could from the same vendor. A full suite would have been fantastic, but that doesn't exist yet. Rapid7 had the vulnerability scanner, the penetration testing, and the SIEM, and the web app evaluator. They're adding other things. They acquired another company recently that will benefit us if we get that product. It's the all-in-one works we like. My most important criterion when selecting a vendor is that they have to have a purchasing vehicle that is approved for school districts. It's harder than it sounds. We can't just say, "We want that, send us a bill." View full review »
Birzu Alexandru-Adrian
ITSM & AntiFraud Consultant with 51-200 employees
I have tried Nessus when it was a free edition. After that I have used OpenVAS and Qualys. Qualys is another good solution. View full review »
Nanda-Kumar
Security Team Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I previously used Tenable Nessus and Nessus Scan. Insight VM vs Tenable Nessus is a more user-friendly product. View full review »
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reviewer606432
User at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
I have previously used Qualys, and I find the Rapid7 is a bit limited in terms of reporting. View full review »
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