Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security vs Trend Vision One - Cloud Security comparison

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Categories and Ranking

SentinelOne Singularity Clo...
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Ranking in Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP)
5th
Average Rating
8.6
Number of Reviews
85
Ranking in other categories
Vulnerability Management (5th), Cloud and Data Center Security (5th), Container Security (5th), Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) (4th), Cloud-Native Application Protection Platforms (CNAPP) (4th), Compliance Management (5th)
Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Secu...
Ranking in Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP)
39th
Average Rating
7.0
Number of Reviews
1
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
Trend Vision One - Cloud Se...
Ranking in Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP)
8th
Average Rating
8.4
Number of Reviews
19
Ranking in other categories
Application Security Tools (12th), GRC (3rd), Intrusion Detection and Prevention Software (IDPS) (8th), Anti-Malware Tools (8th), Container Security (10th), Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) (8th), Cloud-Native Application Protection Platforms (CNAPP) (7th)
 

Mindshare comparison

As of July 2024, in the Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP) category, the mindshare of SentinelOne Singularity Cloud Security is 2.1%, up from 1.2% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security is 0.0%, down from 0.1% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Trend Vision One - Cloud Security is 1.2%, down from 2.3% compared to the previous year. It is calculated based on PeerSpot user engagement data.
Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP)
Unique Categories:
Vulnerability Management
1.6%
Cloud and Data Center Security
0.4%
No other categories found
Application Security Tools
0.1%
 

Featured Reviews

RAJ BATTIN - PeerSpot reviewer
May 10, 2024
Helps identify vulnerabilities, is easy to use, and improves our risk posture
I would rate the ease of use a seven out of ten. The Proof of exploitability in evidence-based reporting helps us during our investigations. The IaC scanning helps identify preproduction issues. By analyzing alerts from various channels against our defined security policies, Singularity Cloud Security significantly reduces false positives. This allows our team to focus on real threats, and when a rare false positive does occur, we can quickly notify the security team to refine the relevant policy. Our false positives have been reduced by over 80 percent. It has improved our risk posture. Singularity Cloud Security has improved our mean time to detect by 20 percent and has improved our remediation time by allowing us to see the details of the vulnerabilities in one place. Singularity Cloud Security has saved our engineers around 25 minutes of time.
HM
Jan 12, 2022
Excellent antivirus solution for smaller companies; however, needs more solutions for larger companies
We are using Kaspersky as an antivirus We have a smaller use case - browsing open web, performing tasks in Microsoft, sending files outside of our company, etc. Kaspersky ensures that we are protected. Kaspersky is geared towards smaller companies and should focus on solutions for larger…
Troy Riegsecker - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 30, 2024
Improves our traffic visibility, saves us time, and identifies blind spots
The biggest problem was that I couldn't see our East-West network traffic between our endpoints. However, I could see North-South traffic, meaning anything that went up to the firewall and back. This meant if, for example, a coworker and I were sending something malicious to each other, I wouldn't be able to see it or tell where it was coming from. I might get an alert saying suspicious activity was detected, but wouldn't have specific details. Implementing an XDR system changed this. Now, I can see all East-West traffic and set up rules for specific actions if certain events occur. I can also filter the information to focus on what's most important. Every day, I review XDR alerts, investigate them, and determine if they're suspicious or not. We use Trend Vision One - Cloud Security across all our endpoints, including PCs, laptops, and servers. The coverage it provides is extremely important. We leverage Trend Vision's XDR capabilities for enhanced threat detection and response. Additionally, we utilize the Trend Vision One - Cloud Security app security solution. We have Trend Vision One - Cloud Security as a service, and I also manage TippingPoint. Our cybersecurity posture is significantly stronger than it was four years ago. Back then, we were hit by a ransomware attack, which exposed vulnerabilities in our security measures. We were only spending around eight thousand dollars annually on cybersecurity, and as the company grew rapidly, investments in cybersecurity weren't prioritized. While achieving absolute security is impossible, we are demonstrably more secure than ever before. Trend Vision One - Cloud Security provides centralized visibility. Every day, I log into Vision One and the first thing I check is my risk score. Based on my score, I take action. For example, if my score jumps from 36 to 50, I investigate the change in Vision One. Vision One tells me what caused the increase and offers specific recommendations. I can then easily see what actions will reduce my risk. For example, I might see that fixing a specific vulnerability will lower my score by six points, but another fix won't help. Trend Vision One - Cloud Security is a powerful tool, and that's just a glimpse of its capabilities. It shows me my OS vulnerabilities, application vulnerabilities, and even critical business exposures. For example, it might alert me to an Adobe CBE and tell me which devices are affected. This allows me to quickly identify and patch vulnerable devices. Furthermore, I can directly initiate patching from Vision One. Additionally, I can use integrated products like Container Security for AWS to gain comprehensive security insights across different environments, all within the same platform. Every day, I start by logging into the Executive Dashboard. It's the first thing I check, as it provides me with my risk index and a summary of potential issues. Furthermore, I can view information about our devices, risk levels, and other relevant data points. After reviewing the Executive Dashboard, I transition to the Operations Dashboard for a more granular look at individual devices and their associated risks. Before XDR, I could spend hours trying to track down the issue behind an alert. Now, everything is at my fingertips within Vision One. I simply click on the link, and it gives me all the information I need: who the user is, the PC name, and relevant context depending on the alert type e.g., a suspicious email. So, instead of spending hours figuring out the source of the alert, I can now resolve it in just a couple of minutes. With the managed XDR service, I have peace of mind knowing that if they find something suspicious, they will alert me immediately. They can even call me and say, "Hey, we found some unusual activity and stopped it. Do you want us to continue investigating or revert to the previous state?" I can then confidently say yes and trust that they are handling the situation effectively. I've received calls in the past late at night about suspicious activity, and I'm grateful that I don't have to be the one monitoring everything 24/7. Now, I have a team of experts who do it for me, providing a significant advantage over-relying on a single person. They only alert me when something serious arises, allowing me to focus on other matters. The managed XDR service has freed up our team's time by eliminating the need for 24/7 on-call duty with Vision One. This allows us to focus on other tasks instead of spending hours diagnosing potential issues. Now, we're able to resolve concerns in minutes, freeing up additional time for projects and other responsibilities. While I find the Attack Surface Risk Management module to be a valuable addition to the executive dashboard, I don't utilize the Attack Surface Discovery feature as frequently, maybe once a week. This is primarily because I rely on the XDR management system to monitor for potential threats and alert me to anything critical. Manually reviewing the detailed discovery overview doesn't add significant value at present, as I trust the XDR system to flag any urgent issues. The Attack Surface Risk Management module helps to identify blind spots in our environment, especially where assets are highly exposed. It presents explainable CDZs and provides a rich asset score for each PC or device. This allows me to easily identify high-risk devices and investigate further. For example, when I saw a server with a suspicious file flagged as a 96 high-risk alert, I could investigate and find that it was an Excel file with a macro, explaining the risk. I can then determine if it's a false positive and communicate this appropriately. The module's continuous learning ensures improved accuracy over time. Implementing the managed XDR has significantly reduced our time to detect and respond to threats. Previously, I received security alerts via email, which could be delayed. Additionally, I often needed to manually review logs and scan results, which was time-consuming and inefficient. Now, the managed XDR provides timely alerts directly in the platform, streamlining my workflow and keeping me informed promptly. This has saved me one to two hours per day. Implementing a managed XDR solution has significantly reduced the number of false positives I encounter. This allows me to identify and address real issues much faster. Instead of spending 45 minutes tracking down potential threats, I can now simply click a link and determine if an alert is legitimate within three minutes. We use playbooks that have certain rules and are set up to automatically take action when they find something suspicious. This way, I don't have to sit there and make judgment calls every single day. If a certain event occurs, or if we discover something unexpected, I can create a playbook to automatically start looking for it everywhere on the network.

Quotes from Members

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

Pros

"The management console is highly intuitive to comprehend and operate."
"We use the infrastructure as code scanning, which is good."
"With PingSafe, it's easy to onboard new accounts."
"PingSafe offers an intuitive user interface that lets us navigate quickly and easily."
"The user-friendly dashboard offers both convenience and security by providing quick access to solutions and keeping us informed of potential threats."
"The multi-cloud support is valuable. They are expanding to different clouds. It is not restricted to only AWS. It allows us to have different clouds on one platform."
"We noted immediate benefits from using the solution."
"The UI is responsive and user-friendly."
"We have a smaller use case - browsing open web, performing tasks in Microsoft, sending files outside of our company, etc. Kaspersky ensures that we are protected."
"Detection response and cloud conformity are valuable features."
"We use the solution to protect our cloud-based applications like Office 365."
"The security is good."
"The perfect package for all security platforms, providing more than any other endpoint solution."
"The stability is quite good."
"Virtual patching is one of the key features, which is executed with their IPS."
"Trend Vision One - Cloud Security does not utilize a lot of resources which allows our users to keep working even during a scan."
"The most valuable features are intrusion prevention and anti-malware capabilities."
 

Cons

"here is a bit of a learning curve. However, you only need two to three days to identify options and get accustomed."
"While PingSafe offers real-time response, there is room for improvement in alert accuracy."
"The cost has the potential for improvement."
"There should be more documentation about the product."
"With Cloud Native Security, we can't selectively enable or disable alerts based on our specific use case."
"It does not bring much threat intel from the outside world. All it does is scan. If it can also correlate things, it will be better."
"Implementing single sign-on requires a pre-class account feature, which is currently not available."
"When you find a vulnerability and resolve it, the same issue will not occur again. I want PingSafe to block the same vulnerability from appearing again. I want something like a playbook where the steps that we take to resolve an issue are repeated when that issue happens again."
"Kaspersky is geared towards smaller companies and should focus on solutions for larger companies."
"The workbook insights generate a massive list, making it inconvenient to review."
"Trend Vision One - Cloud Security could improve connections with different types of authentication and user groups concerning cloud services."
"Trend Vision One - Cloud Security seems to have a preference for AWS Cloud over Azure and would be improved by focusing equally on both."
"Documentation on cloud architecture and job architecture would be helpful."
"The local agent should be able to show more logs. At present, the logs are only available from the web console and not from the local agent."
"The initial setup can be complex for the inexperienced."
"Securing S3 using Trend Vision One - Cloud Security can cost too much. Trend Vision One - Cloud Security has a tool that requires lots of privileges. From my understanding, it's only for static application testing, so they need to add dynamic application testing, and there should be more collaboration with the application testing tools on the market. We have not used this product, and I don't know if they plan to decommission it or something. They should focus on application security because this tool's unique feature is multi-cloud support. However, they should improve integration with tools for these kinds of use cases, especially application security and dynamic scanning. For example, I would like it to support Dell SecureOps. I'd also like to see some enhancements to API gateway security."
"Trend Vision One - Cloud Security should address threats automatically without having user input."
 

Pricing and Cost Advice

"Singularity Cloud Workload Security's pricing is good."
"It's a fair price for what you get. We are happy with the price as it stands."
"I wasn't sure what to expect from the pricing, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was a little less than I thought."
"The price depends on the extension of the solution that you want to buy. If you want to buy just EDR, the price is less. XDR is a little bit more expensive. There are going to be different add-ons for Singularity."
"The tool is cost-effective."
"PingSafe is fairly priced."
"The tool is cost-effective."
"It is not that expensive. There are some tools that are double the cost of PingSafe. It is good on the pricing side."
"I pay a $1,500 annual license with no additional costs."
"While Trend Vision One - Cloud Security was a cost-effective solution for us in 2021, we've noticed a recent price increase that makes it less affordable."
"With everything I deal with, Trend Micro Cloud One's pricing is somewhere in the middle."
"One year ago, Trend transitioned to a credit system for licensing, which has confused users."
"Pricing for Trend Micro Cloud One Container Security in the corporate market is okay."
"It's a slightly expensive product."
"The is price is 25% cheaper than it was a couple of years ago, which is good."
"The price could be lower. That is a bit of a consideration."
"I rate the solution's pricing a six out of ten."
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Top Industries

By visitors reading reviews
Computer Software Company
20%
Financial Services Firm
15%
Manufacturing Company
10%
Insurance Company
5%
Educational Organization
86%
Computer Software Company
5%
Healthcare Company
1%
Manufacturing Company
1%
Educational Organization
28%
Computer Software Company
15%
Financial Services Firm
7%
Manufacturing Company
5%
 

Company Size

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Midsize Enterprise
Small Business
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Questions from the Community

What do you like most about PingSafe?
The dashboard gives me an overview of all the things happening in the product, making it one of the tool's best featu...
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for PingSafe?
Singularity Cloud Security by SentinelOne is cost-efficient.
What needs improvement with PingSafe?
A recurring issue caused frustration: a vulnerability alert would appear, and we'd fix it, but then the same alert wo...
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What do you like most about Trend Micro Cloud One Workload Security?
The the most valuable feature is the scanning engine. It does not impact server performance. It's very lightweight.
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Trend Micro Cloud One Workload Security?
The is price is 25% cheaper than it was a couple of years ago, which is good.
What needs improvement with Trend Micro Cloud One Workload Security?
The local agent should be able to show more logs. At present, the logs are only available from the web console and no...
 

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