Sophos Intercept X Pros and Cons
Sophos Intercept X Pros
The updates and a lot of the day-to-day fiddling that you would have to do with it, can all be done from the cloud so it's easy to manage, and very easy to administer.View full review »
The thing that I like about it is the synchronized security. You can tie endpoint protection and firewalls and a whole range of other services and products. You can get your servers taken in under this.View full review »
The package we use also comes with spam filtering features, which are quite useful.View full review »
It is a practically maintenance free intelligent system that independently protects environments from malicious attacks.View full review »
It is not just a simple virus scanning product. It handles more advanced needs.View full review »
The EDR (Enhanced Data Detection and Response) and the DLP (Data Loss Prevention) components are valuable assets.
Scalability is good.
Technical support is responsive and adept.View full review »
Anti-virus captures malicious threats and an aggressive next generation firewall.View full review »
The most valuable feature is the behavioral, non-signature-based threat detection.View full review »
The initial setup is simple.View full review »
The most valuable features are the cloud administration and the strength of the ransomware protection.
There do not seem to be any limitations to the scalability of this product.
The deployment is quick. It just depends on the environment and what you may be replacing.
This product integrates well with Sophos firewalls and should be seriously considered by Sophos Firewall clients.View full review »
Sophos Intercept X Cons
The number one thing I would like is if their support could be a little faster and it would be a little easier to get a hold of support when you need them.View full review »
The problem is that if you have a lot of different components going on, each managed under a different umbrella, then you're going to be spending a lot of time hopping back and forth between the different components to see, "Well, I got hit here. What did my firewall see? I got hit in the firewall, the firewall says it allowed that attack in, did it land on anything to compromise any of my endpoints?"View full review »
The initial setup can be a bit challenging.View full review »
The product defends very well on its own but could possibly use enhancement in giving users more controls.View full review »
This product does not handle USB drives well.View full review »
There is some issue with the reporting and refreshing information on resources that have been eliminated.View full review »
Deployment on cloud needs to be carried out manually.View full review »
When there is an event generated by either the firewall or Intercept X, and the originating IP address is the same, these should be merged into a single event rather than two.View full review »
It's a challenge to do system maintenance work on a notebook. You always have to disable Sophos first.View full review »
The technical support is the lone sore-point when dealing with this product.View full review »