Code42 Incydr vs Morphisec comparison

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Categories and Ranking

Fortinet FortiEDR
Sponsored
Ranking in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
12th
Average Rating
7.8
Number of Reviews
32
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
Code42 Incydr
Ranking in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
42nd
Average Rating
9.0
Number of Reviews
78
Ranking in other categories
Backup and Recovery (32nd), Data Loss Prevention (DLP) (15th)
Morphisec
Ranking in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
38th
Average Rating
9.2
Number of Reviews
21
Ranking in other categories
Vulnerability Management (24th), Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) (44th), Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) (23rd), Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP) (17th), Threat Deception Platforms (10th)
 

Mindshare comparison

As of June 2024, in the Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) category, the mindshare of Fortinet FortiEDR is 7.4%, up from 4.6% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Code42 Incydr is 0.2%, down from 0.2% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Morphisec is 0.7%, up from 0.5% compared to the previous year. It is calculated based on PeerSpot user engagement data.
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
Unique Categories:
No other categories found
Backup and Recovery
0.1%
Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
0.8%
Vulnerability Management
0.2%
Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP)
0.5%
 

Featured Reviews

FS
Feb 2, 2024
Offers dashboard accessibility and effectively manages threat detection and response
Our security posture improved since implementing Fortinet FortiEDR in terms of our overall setup, as we've experienced significant enhancements. We now have streamlined operations, better dashboards, and improved monitoring capabilities, consolidating multiple functions into a single solution. Previously, we were managing three separate vendors alongside support from our IT arm and outsourced assistance. With FortiEDR, everything is integrated under one dashboard, making our processes more efficient. Fortinet FortiEDR effectively manages threat detection and response in our daily operations with great robustness. Previously, we had to rely on two separate Palo Alto devices for bandwidth management, both lacking real-time capabilities. Our search engine, detection engine, and database were also disjointed. However, with FortiEDR, we've achieved parity in functionality for both functions. Consequently, our bandwidth performance has seen a significant boost, providing users with a stable stream to work with. The implementation of automation has had a significant impact on our team's workload. As we operate shared services centers across the APAC region, having this infrastructure in place has provided us with visibility across all three sites. This visibility, facilitated by automation, is particularly beneficial for higher management and decision-makers. It's a notable advancement for our operations. FortiEDR has played a crucial role in mitigating the impact of breaches within our healthcare IT industry. Given the vast amount of data we handle and the real-time nature of data processing via APIs and centralized databases, FortiEDR has streamlined our operations. It allows us to process data at our own pace without encountering significant obstacles or requiring extensive workarounds. Essentially, it has provided us with a seamless transition between sandbox and production environments, making our workflow smoother and more efficient.
Chuck_Mackey - PeerSpot reviewer
Jun 16, 2022
Provides comprehensive visibility and protection, helps in identifying the gaps in security, and comes with excellent onboarding support
In a couple of instances, we had a little bit of trouble in getting it distributed throughout the organization. We ultimately managed to do it, but they talk about it being a pretty simple process, and it became a little laborious. It would just turn away. The agents were not being distributed. It was just churning and churning and churning. When we were looking for specific categories of data, it was getting bogged down, but that was not even so much Code42, although some of it was their issue. It really has to do with the overall infrastructure and what the organization is prepared to do. If the infrastructure or the networking is a little hinky or you don't have a really finely tuned network infrastructure environment and your patches aren't up to date on your servers and your endpoints, it could get a little sticky. Other than that, it was okay. We really didn't have much problem beyond that. It took a couple of days to sort that out, but it was no big deal.
Islam Shaikh - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 19, 2022
Lightweight, detects everything quickly, and takes corrective action
We sometimes have to depend on the support team to know what action we should take. If the solution for an alert can be built into the report that we are getting, it will save time, and the interaction with support would be less. At times, corrective action is required, but at times, we don't need to take any action. It would be good if we get to know in the report that a particular infection doesn't require any action. It will save us time and effort. Other than that, nothing else is required. They have taken care of everything. We are getting alerts, and we can have multiple admins. We get a good model with this view.

Quotes from Members

We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
 

Pros

"The main thing is that I feel safe. Because the processes that have been used to get a handle on the attackers are much better than other competitors"
"Forensics is a valuable feature of Fortinet FortiEDR."
"Having all monitoring, response, tracking, and mitigation tools in one dashboard provides our analysts and SOC team with a comprehensive view at a glance."
"NGAV and EDR features are outstanding."
"Fortinet FortiEDR made our clients feel secure and more at ease, knowing that they had an EDR solution that would close the gap in their security posture."
"Exceptions are easy to create and the interface is easy to follow with a nice appearance."
"The ease of deployment and configuration is valuable. It's very easy compared to other vendors like Sophos. Sophos' configuration is complex. Fortinet is a lot easier to understand. You don't need a lot of admin knowledge to do the configuration."
"he solution is an anti-malware product that integrates well with other vendor products such as firewalls, SIEM, etc. It captures threat intelligence and gives you better visibility. The product also has sandboxing features."
"Backup and recovery have been great, but I love having the ability to keep the hybrid type build which they offer."
"Code42 Next-Gen DLP is scalable."
"It has quite a bit of flexibility in configuring backup sets."
"Security tools: Being able to monitor data going in and coming off our endpoints. Seeing what it is and where it's going is awesome."
"It had the ability to preseed by sending in a data drive and could restore by sending the user a data drive."
"There are a couple of things. One of them is that they have what they call Incydr. Their detection and response solution to the insider threat area is called Incydr. That gives visibility to the clients that have widely dispersed employee bases due to work from home, or that had a dispersed workforce predating any of the work from home requirements. Even though they might not be inside the organization physically, they're inside the organization. It allows us to get some visibility into what people are doing, what the context is, and how to control what might be the potential for intellectual property theft or file exposure."
"Low system overhead, setting retention policies, ease of use"
"The solution is very stable. Very rarely do we have any issues with it. We don't have to deal with bugs or glitches. It doesn't crash or freeze. We find it to be reliable."
"Morphisec provides full visibility into security events from Microsoft Defender and Morphisec in one dashboard. Defender and Morphisec are integrated. It's important because it lowers the total cost of maintenance on the engineer's time, more or less. So the administrative time is dramatically reduced in maintaining the product. This saves an engineer around four to five hours a week."
"We have seen it successfully block attacks that a traditional antivirus did not pick up."
"It also provides full visibility into security events from Microsoft Defender and Morphisec in one dashboard. We've always had that capability with Morphisec. The more recent version appears to do that even a little bit more natively and it's given us visibility that we didn't have otherwise."
"Morphisec has absolutely helped save money on our security stack. The ransomware at the end of the day can cost organizations millions upon millions of dollars. Investing in tools like Morphisec is a great reduction in that cost. If I can spend $10,000 in a year to protect assets that could be ransomed for $20,000,000, that's definitely a bet that one should pursue. Morphisec absolutely it's worth the investment."
"Morphisec Guard enables us to see at a glance whether our users have device control and disk encryption enabled properly. This is important because we are a global company operating with multiple entities. Previously, we didn't have that visibility. Now, we have visibility so we can pinpoint some locations where there are machines that are not really protected, offline, etc. It gives us visibility, which is good."
"I really like the integration with Microsoft Defender. In addition to having third-party endpoint protection, we're also enabling Defender... I like the reporting that we get from Defender, when it comes in. I like that it's one console showing both Morphisec and Defender where it provides me with full visibility into security events from Defender and Morphisec."
"The biggest feature is that it hides everything from your operating system that's running in-memory from anything to try to run against it. That's the most unique thing that's on the market. There's nothing else out there that's quite like that. That's a big selling point and why we went with it. It does exactly what the design does. If you can't find it, you can't execute against it."
"We don't have to do anything as a user or as an admin. It does everything by default with its coding and inbuilt AI-based intelligence. We don't have to instruct it about what to do. It automatically takes corrective actions and quarantines or deletes a virus, malware, etc. That is the best part that I like about it."
 

Cons

"I think cloud security and SASE are areas of concern in the product where improvements are required. The tool's cloud version has to be improved in terms of the security it offers."
"Making the portal mobile friendly would be helpful when I am out of office."
"Everything with Fortinet having to do with their cloud services. They need to invest more in their internal infrastructure that they are running in the cloud. One of the things I find with their cloud environment compared to others' is that they go cheap on the equipment. So it causes some performance degradation."
"The solution should address emerging threats like SQL injection."
"There's room for improvement in the quick response time and technical support for integration issues, especially when dealing with multiple vendors."
"Intelligence aspects need improvement"
"ZTNA can improve latency."
"It takes about two business days for initial support, which is too slow in urgent situations."
"The application, written in Java, required far more system resources on a Client than other solutions."
"You can't always filter out data that you'd like to."
"There doesn't seem to be any feature that is lacking."
"I think one we can improve is the compression."
"I would like to see more flexibility on privileges, perhaps create another kind of admin for regions. Also, I would like the ability to access logs without having to be on the actual device or a super-admin."
"​Due to recent changes that effectively abandoned an entire segment of their user base, I no longer trust nor can recommend Code42 products."
"In a couple of instances, we had a little bit of trouble in getting it distributed throughout the organization. We ultimately managed to do it, but they talk about it being a pretty simple process, and it became a little laborious. It would just turn away. The agents were not being distributed. It was just churning and churning and churning. When we were looking for specific categories of data, it was getting bogged down, but that was not even so much Code42, although some of it was their issue."
"More security would be nice, I would love to be able to remotely brick a stolen laptop and it's hard disk drive (HDD)."
"If anything, tech support might be their weakest link. The process of getting someone involved sometimes takes a little time. It seems to me that they should have all the data they need to let me know whether an alert is legitimate or not, but they tend to need a lot of information from me to get to the bottom of something. It usually takes a little longer than I would expect."
"Automating reports needs improvement. I would like to have better reporting capabilities within it or automated reporting to be a little bit more dynamic. That's something I know they're working on. We literally are in the process. We started the process a week and a half ago of going to their latest version, so I've not seen their latest one up and running yet."
"It would be nice if they could integrate Morphisec with other traditional antivirus solutions beyond Microsoft Defender. That is probably my biggest gripe."
"We sometimes have to depend on the support team to know what action we should take. If the solution for an alert can be built into the report that we are getting, it will save time, and the interaction with support would be less. At times, corrective action is required, but at times, we don't need to take any action. It would be good if we get to know in the report that a particular infection doesn't require any action. It will save us time and effort."
"The weakest point of this product is how difficult it is to understand the reasons for an alert. This is a problem because it is hard to determine whether an attack is real or not."
"Some of the filters for the console need improvement. There are alerts that show up and just being able to acknowledge that we've seen those and not turn them off, but dismiss them, would be a huge benefit."
"In the Windows Defender integration, they have put in a report of computers that need Windows Defender updates. If those updates could be kicked off directly from the dashboard, instead of having to go to another system entirely, that would be good."
"Morphisec is a venture startup. They are still early in their growth stage. They need to get mature on their customer support and on how they interface with system tools. For example, they need to get multifactor in place and an API for the major multi-factor systems, e.g., Okta, Duo, Ping, and Microsoft. They don't have them built in yet. They are working on them. It is just not there yet. Also, their stability, customer support, and processes need improvement, which is just part of maturity."
 

Pricing and Cost Advice

"It's not cheap, but it's not expensive either."
"The price is comprable to other endpoint security solutions."
"Fortinet FortiEDR is available at a very competitive price compared to the other products in the market."
"Fortinet FortiEDR has a yearly subscription."
"Offered at a high price"
"The pricing is typical for enterprises and fairly priced."
"I know it is tough to get big budget additions up front, but I highly recommend deploying environment wide and adding the forensic service."
"I'm not familiar with pricing, but it looks a bit costly compared to other vendors I think."
"It is 100% worth the cost to get and keep the support, especially when setting it up."
"They were the best solution and surprisingly enough, the cheapest."
"The pricing is reasonable. It's my understanding that the cost is about $7 for unlimited storage in the cloud per server."
"It was expensive. It was more expensive than Eureka, and it was more expensive than Barracuda Backup, but what we got was a full team. They didn't come in and nickel and dime us. They provided the assistance we needed. They didn't say that they need to charge us for something or it is going to take another statement of work. It was all bundled into it... We pay for the software maintenance. It is probably 18% or 20% of the license fee for rev releases."
"It used to be a good solution for SOHO in particular as it had unlimited storage for a reasonable price. However, their pricing model has changed and they are now primarily targeting enterprise users."
"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."
"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."
"It is priced correctly for what it does. They end up doing a good deal of discounting, but I think it is priced appropriately."
"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."
"The pricing is definitely fair for what it does."
"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."
"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 competitive pricing saves us money in our overall security stack."
"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."
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Top Industries

By visitors reading reviews
Computer Software Company
16%
Government
8%
Manufacturing Company
8%
Financial Services Firm
8%
Computer Software Company
17%
Financial Services Firm
11%
Manufacturing Company
8%
Educational Organization
6%
Financial Services Firm
17%
Manufacturing Company
13%
Computer Software Company
12%
Construction Company
5%
 

Company Size

By reviewers
Large Enterprise
Midsize Enterprise
Small Business
 

Questions from the Community

What's the difference between Fortinet's FortiEDR and FortiClient?
I suggest Fortinet’s FortiEDR over FortiClient for several reasons. For starters, FortiEDR guarantees solid protectio...
What do you like most about Fortinet FortiEDR?
We have FortiEDR installed on all our systems. This protects them from any threats.
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Fortinet FortiEDR?
The pricing of the solution is on the high end compared to its offerings and capabilities.
What do you like most about Code42 Next-Gen DLP?
Risk factors can be adjusted for all intricate details.
What needs improvement with Code42 Next-Gen DLP?
In a couple of instances, we had a little bit of trouble in getting it distributed throughout the organization. We ul...
What is your primary use case for Code42 Next-Gen DLP?
When I first became acquainted with Code42, we were implementing it at an employer I worked with, and that was a succ...
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 occur...
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 CrowdStrik...
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 ...
 

Also Known As

enSilo, FortiEDR
Code42 Next-Gen DLP, Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection, Code42 Forensic File Search, Code42 Backup + Restore
Morphisec, Morphisec Moving Target Defense
 

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Sample Customers

Financial, Healthcare, Legal, Technology, Enterprise, Manufacturing ... 
Adobe, Okta, Samsung, Taylormade, Boston University, Lending Club, North Highland, Stanford University, Ping Identity, Qualcomm, Pandora.
Lenovo/Motorola, TruGreen, Covenant Health, Citizens Medical Center
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