Ivanti Neurons for RBVM vs Qualys CyberSecurity Asset Management (CSAM) comparison

 

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Categories and Ranking

Ivanti Neurons for RBVM
Ranking in Vulnerability Management
49th
Average Rating
9.0
Number of Reviews
1
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
Qualys CyberSecurity Asset ...
Ranking in Vulnerability Management
21st
Average Rating
10.0
Number of Reviews
1
Ranking in other categories
Patch Management (15th), Cyber Asset Attack Surface Management (CAASM) (4th), Attack Surface Management (ASM) (15th), Software Supply Chain Security (11th)
 

Featured Reviews

JV
Apr 27, 2022
Useful for vulnerability management with many integrations
We use RiskSense for vulnerability management, and we have many integrations.  The solution is deployed on cloud. We use this solution daily. There are more than 200 people using this solution in my organization Most of the features are similar to what other tools have, but the UIs are quite user…
Brad Mathis - PeerSpot reviewer
Jun 10, 2024
Improves visibility, reliability, and scalability
The external attack surface management identified unexpected assets, suggesting some exist outside our known inventory. While these may not be directly managed by us, the process has brought valuable awareness to the fact that our core servers are externally hosted, prompting a review of similar situations. An external attack surface management scan revealed several outsourced name services, along with one unexpected third-party-linked IP. It's unclear if this was due to past consulting work or a registration error, but since it wasn't relevant to our company, it was easily excluded from future scans. The benefits of Qualys CyberSecurity Asset Management are immediate. We already had the cloud agents installed. They were already on all the servers and workstations. Once we upgraded from the VMDR included GAV (Global AssetView) to CSAM, it was no time before I could see the end-of-life, end-of-service software, and hardware. In addition to vulnerabilities, CSAM provides a better view of other risk factors, but VMDR is very powerful. VMDR was already seeing our limitations in hardening our vulnerabilities. CSAM enhanced our view by adding more visibility and insight into what we have. TruRisk scoring goes beyond traditional vulnerability scoring like CVSS to prioritize both vulnerabilities and assets based on real-world exploitability and industry targeting. This provides a clearer picture of our actual risk by considering factors like published exploits and what attackers are currently focusing on, allowing us to quickly identify critical issues and avoid wasting time on vulnerabilities with a high theoretical risk but low real-world threat. Qualys Cloud Agents can now be configured as passive sensors to discover all devices on our network in real-time, eliminating the requirement for separate virtual or physical passive sensor appliances. These cloud agent sensors monitor network broadcasts instead of egress traffic, and they can even designate a secondary sensor to take over if the primary becomes unavailable, ensuring continuous asset discovery and populating our CSAM platform with managed and unmanaged devices.

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Pros

"Most of the features are similar to what other tools have, but the UIs are quite user friendly. A beginner could use it."
"The end-of-life and end-of-service software and hardware are some of my favorite features."
 

Cons

"I would also like to see more integrations, plugins, and user-friendly automation, similar to the multiple integration scripts that Rapid7 has."
"Qualys CyberSecurity Asset Management could be more cost-effective by offering a lower price point or integrating with existing VMDR features."
 

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"Qualys CyberSecurity Asset Management can be expensive, especially if we already have VMDR."
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Top Industries

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Computer Software Company
16%
Healthcare Company
8%
Financial Services Firm
8%
Insurance Company
8%
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What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Qualys CyberSecurity Asset Management (CSAM)?
Qualys CyberSecurity Asset Management can be expensive since it is an add-on to VMDR. The cost seems to be a barrier to entry for some organizations, and a lower price point might lead to more auto...
What needs improvement with Qualys CyberSecurity Asset Management (CSAM)?
The CMDB Sync feature currently only works with ServiceNow, which is common in larger organizations. If the feature could integrate with other, more affordable CMDB options, like those used by smal...
What is your primary use case for Qualys CyberSecurity Asset Management (CSAM)?
Qualys Cybersecurity Asset Management helps us manage our technical debt by identifying end-of-life and end-of-service software and hardware within our IT infrastructure. Qualys CSAM is primarily a...
 

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Sample Customers

Care First, City of Alburquerque, Electric Company El Paso, State of Arizona, Washington Gas
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