Baseline vs Morphisec comparison

 

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Executive Summary
 

Categories and Ranking

Baseline
Ranking in Vulnerability Management
90th
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
Morphisec
Ranking in Vulnerability Management
27th
Average Rating
9.2
Number of Reviews
21
Ranking in other categories
Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) (43rd), Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) (23rd), Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) (38th), Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP) (18th), Threat Deception Platforms (10th)
 

Mindshare comparison

As of July 2024, in the Vulnerability Management category, the mindshare of Baseline is 0.1%, up from 0.0% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Morphisec is 0.1%, down from 0.2% compared to the previous year. It is calculated based on PeerSpot user engagement data.
Vulnerability Management
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Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP)
0.2%
Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
0.4%
 

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Rick Schibler - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 13, 2022
Offers in-memory protection at a lower price than competitors
Morphisec's in-memory protection is probably the most valuable feature because it stops malicious activity from occurring. If something tries to install or act as a sleeper agent, Morphisec will detect and stop it. Morphisec's Moving Target Defense is critical to hardening our attack surface. If it detects something, it indicates whether it's valid. That means you've got a breach requiring investigation. It detects anomalies but doesn't necessarily point to what caused them. You still need to do that work. The solution is reasonably easy to administer. They made some changes last year, adding a cloud-based monitoring solution that makes deploying and monitoring our endpoints easy.

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"It does not have multi-tenants. If South Africa wants to show only the machines that they have, they need their own cloud incidence. It is not possible to have that in a single cloud incidence with multiple tenants in it, instead you need to have multiple cloud incidences. Then, if you have that, it will be more expensive. However, they are going to change that, which is good."
"It is a little bit more expensive than other security products that we use, but it does provide us good protection. So, it is a trade-off."
"The pricing is definitely fair for what it does."
"Price-wise, it's on the higher side. A traditional antivirus solution is cheaper, but in terms of security and manageability, its ROI is better than a traditional antivirus. I would recommend it to anybody evaluating or considering an antivirus solution. If your system gets compromised, the cost of ransom would be a lot more. This way, it saves a lot of cost."
"We are still using a separate tool. I know for our 600 or I think we're actually licensed for up to 700 users, it runs me 23 or $24,000 a year. When you're talking to that many users plus servers being protected, that's well worth the investment for that dollar amount."
"Compared to their competitors, the price of Morphisec is not that high. You can easily deploy it on a large-scale or small-scale network."
"Our licensing is tied into our contract. Because we have a long-term contract, our pricing is a little bit lower. It is per year, so we don't get charged per endpoint, but we do have a cap. Our cap is 80 endpoints. If we were to go over 80, when we renewed our contract, which is not until three years are over. Then, they would reevaluate, and say, "Well, you have more than 80 devices active right now. This is going to be the price change." They know that we are installing and replacing computers, so the numbers will be all over the place depending on whether you archive or don't archive, which is the reason why we just have to keep up on that stuff."
"Licenses are per endpoint, and that's true for the cloud version as well. The only difference is that there is a little extra charge for the cloud version."
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Top Industries

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Financial Services Firm
18%
Computer Software Company
13%
Manufacturing Company
13%
Healthcare Company
5%
 

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What do you like most about Morphisec Unified Threat Prevention Platform?
Morphisec's in-memory protection is probably the most valuable feature because it stops malicious activity from occurring. If something tries to install or act as a sleeper agent, Morphisec will de...
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Morphisec Unified Threat Prevention Platform?
Morphisec is reasonably priced because our parent company's other subsidiaries use different products like CrowdStrike. CrowdStrike is four or five times more expensive than Morphisec. The competit...
What needs improvement with Morphisec Unified Threat Prevention Platform?
We have discovered some bugs in the new releases that they've had to fix, so I would like to see more testing and QA on their side before they release.
 

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Morphisec, Morphisec Moving Target Defense
 

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Lenovo/Motorola, TruGreen, Covenant Health, Citizens Medical Center
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