We performed a comparison between Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention and Zscaler Cloud DLP based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The product is easy to configure."
"It has helped our clients to reduce the time to action on insider threats because it can be integrated."
"There's a good amount of documentation in case you run into any problems."
"Because everything is on Microsoft and we use Azure, integration with the product is easier. That's the most important thing when you use many Microsoft products. It's easier to integrate everything in one place."
"It's one of the easier products on the market as far as set-ups and deployments. Even across their whole product suite, they've made it pretty simple."
"Zscaler Cloud DLP provides you with basic DLP features that you get out of the box such as keywords, regular expressions, and data identifiers, for example, your social security numbers, and credit card numbers, with everything built into the product, so you can directly use those features within the policies. You don't need to create it from scratch, and to me, this is the biggest benefit of Zscaler Cloud DLP. You have a lot of templates to choose from in the solution, rather than having to create templates from scratch or reinvent templates."
"The solution should provide better integration with other systems."
"Technical support is awful."
"I would like Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention to be on the source code or SQL databases. It is difficult to do classification and labeling when you have a third-party source code or a third-party Oracle database. It is seamless when it comes to Microsoft documents but is not so with third-party source codes. Microsoft needs to work on it a little bit more."
"There is no AIP for Linux systems. That's a setback. Another thing it's lacking is libraries to work with Python. It has libraries for C# and C++, for example, but not for Python and, these days, Python is very useful."
"The only issue with Zscaler Cloud DLP is that it only gives you DLP protection from web traffic, which is flowing out, while a full-blown DLP solution such as Forcepoint or Symantec gives you DLP coverage for multiple channels. Zscaler Cloud DLP doesn't give you coverage for email, fax, and USB channels, and this is the only challenge or room for improvement in the solution. It's just an extension on top of what you're buying on the proxy, so it's just an added layer, and it doesn't cover DLP on a very broad level. I'm unsure if Zcaler is in the business of competing with a full-blown DLP solution, and if there's a plan to expand the features of Zscaler Cloud DLP beyond the web channel because you'll have to deploy a full-blown agent for it. I'm unsure if this is on the cards because the solution is just an added layer that you get with your proxy. I've asked the Zcaler team whether there's a plan to go full DLP in the future, but I didn't get a positive response. There isn't any feature I'd like added to Zscaler Cloud DLP currently, because anything you could think of that should be in cloud or SaaS solutions is already there, except for machine learning, as it's the only functionality that seems to be lacking in the solution. Machine learning is an additional policy available in other DLP solutions in the market, but my team didn't find it in Zscaler Cloud DLP."
"In the next release, I would like to see RE2 Regex supported."
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Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention is ranked 7th in Data Loss Prevention (DLP) with 4 reviews while Zscaler Cloud DLP is ranked 10th in Data Loss Prevention (DLP) with 2 reviews. Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention is rated 8.2, while Zscaler Cloud DLP is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention writes "Gives us great visibility into data governance, and integration with Microsoft solutions is easier". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Zscaler Cloud DLP writes "Stable and has a straightforward setup, with available templates to choose from so there's no need to create templates from scratch". Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention is most compared with Symantec Data Loss Prevention, Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, Amazon Macie, Microsoft Intune and Digital Guardian, whereas Zscaler Cloud DLP is most compared with Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, CoSoSys Endpoint Protector, Symantec Data Loss Prevention, Palo Alto Networks Enterprise Data Loss Prevention and Digital Guardian. See our Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention vs. Zscaler Cloud DLP report.
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