Symantec Data Loss Prevention Pricing and License Cost

Shayanthan Karunaharan
Engineer - Information Security at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
In terms of pricing, Symantec DLP works with Oracle Database. Oracle Database licensing is much more expensive than other databases. That might be a drawback for customers. The pricing is on a yearly subscription basis. For the current customer year, we already paid up front as part of the first three years. View full review »
Head9899
‚ÄéHead: Group Legal at Optiflex
Licensing depends on how you plan your deployment. If you have carefully planned it and you've already looked at the storage capacity and how it's going to grow over a period of two to five years, then you'll hardly have any problems or issues. If you have not planned it correctly then you might run into some issues. View full review »
Rahul-Ranjan
System Administrator at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I wasn't involved in the pricing negotiations but from what I know the pricing is good, it's not too expensive. If you negotiate you can get a good price. View full review »
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KIRANNOEL
Principal Consultant at Design Consulting Inc
The pricing is competitive and not pricey. We also receive corporate discounts. View full review »
Divyang P
Senior Technical Engineer at a tech consulting company with 201-500 employees
The pricing and licensing are based on per user endpoints. View full review »
Hua Xiang
Systems Architecture Engineer at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The pricing and licensing for this product is good. View full review »
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