Tenable Nessus Pricing and License Cost

reviewer1239462
CISO at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
We bought a one-year license. We are now preparing a new budget for next year and, given our experience with Nessus, we plan to continue with it for next year. We are satisfied with it. It's the best option for small banks. For us, here in Bosnia, a small bank would have about 150 to 250 employees, with 20 to 30 branches throughout the country. The biggest bank here has more than 2,000 and maybe as many as 3,000 employees. View full review »
reviewer1229910
Security Architect at C. H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.
Our licensing is on a yearly basis but we did a three-year deal. It is a fixed cost to cover a certain number of hosts or assets. There are no additional costs to the standard licensing fees. View full review »
Miguel Angel Hernández Armas
Implementation Engineer at a comms service provider with 11-50 employees
The costs are not high, considering all the support and service offered by Tenable. View full review »
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Thomas Kung
Senior Consultant at Foris
The price of Tenable Nessus is much more competitive versus other solutions on the market. View full review »
KalaiarasuSanthirasekeran
Security Professional at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I think the price is fairly affordable. It provides a license that is fair. View full review »
Ladislav Solc
Managing partner at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
My advice when choosing a vendor is to always consider: * Trustworthiness * Quality * Price View full review »
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