SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection Pros and Cons

SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection Pros

Timothy Bolger
Infrastructure Consultant at Techtonics
The reporting that you get from it is the most valuable feature. You can see it via the appliance itself, and also via the MySonicWall account for the registered device. You are able to select the file if it's malicious, and you can select it in the reporting and see what triggered it, and things like that. I found that to be quite useful.
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JeffGrant
Vice President at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
We use it for protection against viruses and ransomware attacks.
They have a large database of commonly known things that they can catch automatically, then they have anything which is questionable go to the sandbox and be examined there before going into our network.
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Katlego Phogole
Business Solutions Consultant at Call IT Services
I like this setup for a firewall. You can set things up very easily and you can automate items as well. It's a very robust firewall solution for enterprise as well as small businesses.
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ITSuperv67
IT Supervisor at a construction company with 501-1,000 employees
The stability of the solution is good. We haven't had any breaches or crashes. It's been very stable for us.
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MuraliGovindarajan
Senior Manager - Information Technology at Bahrain Kuwait Insurance
We get alert messages whenever there is a new threat. We are notified at the firewall level that things are blocked, which keeps us in our comfort zone.
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Reggie Viljoen
IT Administrator at Sandton Radiology
The ATP (Advanced Threat Protection) on scanning is the most valuable feature.
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SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection Cons

Timothy Bolger
Infrastructure Consultant at Techtonics
Having an on-premise solution as well would be an option for some people, but they'll want to use a cloud solution for their sandboxing. Certain sites would want to keep all the checks done on an on-premise appliance. All the checking, rather than sending that up into a cloud engine.
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JeffGrant
Vice President at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
SonicWall had a recent layoff. This is a concern for us, because now we are missing the local presence from both the engineering and sales side.
It does fare well against enterprise products.
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Katlego Phogole
Business Solutions Consultant at Call IT Services
I would say the solution needs a much simpler user interface, but the functionality of the firewall is quite extensive. You need the user interface to be that way. However, if there was a way to make the user interface a little easier, that would be great.
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ITSuperv67
IT Supervisor at a construction company with 501-1,000 employees
If anything at all, it would be some very minor updates that need to be done, but in terms of changes, nothing comes to mind.
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MuraliGovindarajan
Senior Manager - Information Technology at Bahrain Kuwait Insurance
SonicWall should promote their roadmap and improve their marketing to customers.
We would like to get immediate alerts from the alerting system without using third-parties.
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Reggie Viljoen
IT Administrator at Sandton Radiology
The setup needs improvement. It needs to be made more user-friendly.
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371,917 professionals have used our research since 2012.
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