Accountable vs Lacework comparison

 

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Categories and Ranking

Accountable
Ranking in Compliance Management
23rd
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
Lacework
Ranking in Compliance Management
6th
Average Rating
8.6
Number of Reviews
10
Ranking in other categories
Vulnerability Management (10th), Container Security (10th), Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP) (10th), Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) (10th), Cloud-Native Application Protection Platforms (CNAPP) (10th)
 

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Russell - PeerSpot reviewer
Aug 28, 2023
A cloud security platform that automates detection and alerting of misconfiguration and anomalies within or Cloud environment.
Lacework ranks high, primarily due to its role in alerting on unexpected behavior, potential vulnerabilities, and misconfiguration against policies. Currently, a view of all policies is available within the console. However, At some point in the past, I wanted a more tailored display of my compliance posture, focusing specifically on policies relevant to me. For instance, if I'm not subject to HIPAA regulations, I'd prefer not to see the HIPAA compliance details. It's worth noting that even with this request, there exists a filtering mechanism to control the type of compliance information visible. This flexibility provides a workaround to my preference, which is why it's challenging for me to definitively state my exact improvement request.

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"The licensing fee was approximately $80,000 USD, per year."
"My smaller deployments cost around 200,000 a year, which is probably not as expensive as Wiz."
"It is slightly expensive. It depends on how big your environment is, but it is expensive. Right now, we are spending a lot of money. We have covered all of the cloud providers and most of our colocation facilities as well, so we cannot complain, but it is slightly expensive. It is not super expensive."
"The pricing has gotten better. That scenario was somewhat unstable. They have a rather interesting licensing structure. I believe you get 200 resources per "Lacework unit." It was difficult, in the beginning, to figure out exactly what a "resource" was... That was a problem until about a year or so ago. They have improved it and it has stabilized quite a bit."
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Computer Software Company
19%
Financial Services Firm
13%
Manufacturing Company
6%
Retailer
6%
 

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How would you compare Wiz vs Lacework?
Wiz and Lacework sucks... Buy Orca.
What do you like most about Lacework?
Polygraph compliance is a valuable feature. In our perspective, it delivers significant benefits. The clarity it offers, along with the ability to identify and address misconfigurations, is invalua...
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Lacework?
It is slightly expensive. It depends on how big your environment is, but it is expensive. Right now, we are spending a lot of money. We have covered all of the cloud providers and most of our coloc...
 

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