Sophos vs Trustwave

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Sophos
Based on 166 reviews.
Trustwave
Based on 12 reviews.
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Overview
Sophos is a developer and vendor of computer security software and hardware, providing communication endpoint, encryption, network security, email security and mobile security as well as unified threat management products. Sophos is largely focused on providing security to organisations and businesses. SophosLabs is the company's global network of threat analysis centres. Sophos has won several awards for its consumer-facing Naked Security blog.
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Sample Customers
Sophos SafeGuard: Rushmoor Borough Council
Sophos Network Access Control: Rushmoor Borough Council
Sophos Email Appliance [EOL]: Investors Savings Bank
Sophos Email: Del Monte Foods, Terra Verde, spicerhaart, RIVERLITE, Dataprise, SureBridge, Reed's School, Sayfol International School
Trustwave Encryption [EOL]: New York Hotel, Hungry Howies, InterGraph, Schiotzky's, Magnolia Hotels, Qdoba Mexican Grill
Trustwave Next Generation Firewall: Manna Enterprises
SecureTrust Network Access Control: Magnolia Hotels
M86 Security MailMarshal [EOL]: Overstock
Trustwave Managed Detection and Response: Inmarsat Maritime
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Top Industries
Software R&D Company
25%
Comms Service Provider
20%
Media Company
8%
Government
5%
Software R&D Company
45%
Comms Service Provider
8%
Government
6%
Media Company
5%
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