Fidelis Elevate vs Trellix Active Response comparison

 

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Executive Summary
 

Categories and Ranking

Fidelis Elevate
Ranking in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
40th
Average Rating
8.4
Number of Reviews
7
Ranking in other categories
Threat Deception Platforms (6th), SSL/TLS Decryption (2nd), Network Detection and Response (NDR) (9th), Managed Detection and Response (MDR) (25th), Extended Detection and Response (XDR) (20th)
Trellix Active Response
Ranking in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
58th
Average Rating
6.4
Number of Reviews
3
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
 

Mindshare comparison

As of July 2024, in the Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) category, the mindshare of Fidelis Elevate is 0.2%, down from 0.4% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Trellix Active Response is 0.1%, down from 0.2% compared to the previous year. It is calculated based on PeerSpot user engagement data.
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
Unique Categories:
Threat Deception Platforms
10.0%
No other categories found
 

Featured Reviews

Mostafa Ameen - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 12, 2023
Advanced threat detection capabilities with comprehensive incident response features providing robust cybersecurity for organizations
I am part of a team of analysts using Fidelis Elevate in a banking environment. As an analyst, my responsibilities include creating rules for various issues and responding to incidents or calls It ensures the stability of network behavior across various aspects of our network and offers…
LW
Feb 26, 2021
Lighter with good stability and pretty good technical support
It's still not lightweight enough and not as light as they claim to be with the McAfee area of a next-gen AV. They can do some improvements along that line. There needs to be some improvement around the white-listing or black-listing. The product could improve aspects around the removal of blacklisted applications, et cetera. This was an exercise to centralize the AV cell, and that's how we ended up upgrading. The truth, however, is that I was really looking for something much more advanced with user behavior analytics and some AI features that the other competitor's next-gen AV does offer. It is okay for what it's doing now, however, it's not the ultimate software. There are some components on the cloud that should also reside in the on-prem deployment models but don't. They should ensure they are doing parallel development for cloud and on-prem when they are doing R&D.

Quotes from Members

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

Pros

"Reporting is great, it is easy to do a quick search through 45 days of data for something of interest."
"After rack and stack, devices were up and running base configurations within two hours. As with any IPS, tuning is required to stop false positives. This is no different, but the ease of use of the interface allowed my team to start making adjustments within a few hours."
"It ensures the stability of network behavior across various aspects of our network and offers responsive capabilities to address incidents promptly"
"The initial setup is very straightforward. The deployment of the server doesn't take so long; about a day or two max."
"Compared to similar solutions, it's quite scalable. You just need to add more storage to scale-up."
"It has also improved our hunt ability with quick search tools, to zone in on malware or other anomalies. It is able to link items to incidents from other consoles, and works natively with the SIEM."
"The solution's technical support is perfect, so I rate the technical support a ten out of ten"
"It has a rating system now so you can rate things up or down, depending on your environment. This means alerting can be customized, yet still pick up anomalies."
"It's a little lighter compared to the older version, which was mostly signature-based."
"We are hoping to automate detection and response and take advantage of user behavior analytics, given that we are working from home. About half of our workers are still remote, so Active Response gives us that visibility and lets us automate a number of those events."
"The solution is scalable."
 

Cons

"Configuration, in terms of building the collector and communicating with endpoints, is complex."
"The interface bug needs to be squashed once and for all. This has been the predominant issue with an otherwise stellar product. It reboots itself unscheduled, about once a month, due to a memory buffer flaw in the interface."
"The reports in the endpoint area of Elevate can be improved."
"I encounter difficulty removing certain entries in behavior or alerts; likewise, I am unable to add specific calls."
"We position the solution as an antivirus, but this part of the solution needs improvement. They need to generally enhance the features that they have, rather than adding anything new."
"Fidelis Endpoint is an expensive product making it one of its shortcomings that needs improvement."
"There is room for improvement in email security. It's a security issue. If you're aiming for XDR, covering the entire threat landscape is crucial."
"I also expected Active Response 's user interface to be much more analytical."
"While the product is good, we are currently facing support issues."
"There are some components on the cloud that should also reside in the on-prem deployment models but don't."
 

Pricing and Cost Advice

"Fidelis Endpoint is an expensive product. My company makes yearly payments toward the licensing cost of the solution."
"It's somehow expensive. From one to ten, I would rate it a five. They need to improve the prices. It's very high."
"It's quite expensive but we can customize it to reduce the price."
"You license by the number of days of logs you need to maintain visibility for. Forty-five days is a good solid number for a company with around a 10k user base."
"Our costs were somewhere around $600K in Trinidad dollars, which might be about $100K US. We have the ETP plus the EDR. Our recent renewal was 1800 licenses as opposed to the full amount. Our transaction cost was about $600K Trinidad dollars, which is somewhere around $90-100K US."
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Top Industries

By visitors reading reviews
Financial Services Firm
20%
Computer Software Company
12%
Government
10%
Energy/Utilities Company
8%
Government
21%
Financial Services Firm
12%
Wholesaler/Distributor
8%
Computer Software Company
7%
 

Company Size

By reviewers
Large Enterprise
Midsize Enterprise
Small Business
No data available
 

Questions from the Community

What do you like most about Fidelis Elevate?
It ensures the stability of network behavior across various aspects of our network and offers responsive capabilities to address incidents promptly
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Fidelis Elevate?
It's somehow expensive. From one to ten, I would rate it a five. They need to improve the prices. It's very high. We lose customers for price. It's not always worth it for them. Even for enterprise...
What needs improvement with Fidelis Elevate?
The initial aspect concerns two engines. The first one mentioned is available for searching behaviors directly. The second engine involves the Google Ade tool, which operates on the machine. The ch...
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Also Known As

Fidelis Elevate Platform, Fidelis Enterprise, Fidelis Cloud, Fidelis Managed Detection and Response, Fidelis Deception, Fidelis Decryption, Fidelis Endpoint, Fidelis Network
McAfee Active Response
 

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Sample Customers

First Midwest Bank
Liquor Control Board of Ontario
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