ThreatLocker Protect vs Twingate comparison

 

Comparison Buyer's Guide

Executive Summary
 

Categories and Ranking

ThreatLocker Protect
Ranking in Network Access Control (NAC)
5th
Ranking in ZTNA
9th
Average Rating
9.0
Number of Reviews
14
Ranking in other categories
Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) (26th), Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) (16th), Application Control (4th), Ransomware Protection (6th)
Twingate
Ranking in Network Access Control (NAC)
19th
Ranking in ZTNA
3rd
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
Ranking in other categories
Internet Security (16th), Enterprise Infrastructure VPN (28th), ZTNA as a Service (19th), Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) (25th)
 

Mindshare comparison

As of June 2024, in the Network Access Control (NAC) category, the mindshare of ThreatLocker Protect is 0.3%, up from 0.1% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Twingate is 0.2%, down from 0.3% compared to the previous year. It is calculated based on PeerSpot user engagement data.
Network Access Control (NAC)
Unique Categories:
Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP)
0.7%
Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
0.4%
Enterprise Infrastructure VPN
5.4%
 

Featured Reviews

Sam Perry - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 14, 2023
Helps verify specific access requests, and provides us with peace of mind, but the learning curve is wide
The current process for viewing software approval requests from end users has room for improvement. While it's generally functional, some users find it confusing. This can be due to either unfamiliarity with the process, unexpected appearance of the request window, or lack of clear instructions. Additionally, the notification box might not be sufficiently noticeable, as some users have reported missing it entirely. Adding applications to the allowlist can sometimes feel overwhelming. The numerous fields, coupled with navigating the unfamiliar portal, can be daunting, especially on our first attempt. Even with explanations, recalling the necessary information and understanding the required actions for file inclusion can be tricky. I believe the initial learning curve for allowlisting is relatively steep. However, once mastered, it proves to be a valuable tool. My main concern lies with the initial learning hurdle.
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Pricing and Cost Advice

"I believe ThreatLocker's pricing model is fair and flexible, allowing account managers to offer customized deals based on our specific needs."
"The pricing works fine for me. It's very reasonably priced."
"The pricing is fair and there is no hard sell."
"Considering what this product does, ThreatLocker is very well-priced, if not too nicely priced for the customer."
"I find ThreatLocker's pricing to be reasonable for the services it provides."
"ThreatLocker's pricing seems justifiable."
"Others say ThreatLocker is too expensive, and I tell them they're dreaming. It's well-priced for what it does."
"The price of ThreatLocker Allowlisting is reasonable in the market, but it is not fantastic."
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Top Industries

By visitors reading reviews
Computer Software Company
38%
Retailer
6%
Government
5%
Healthcare Company
5%
Comms Service Provider
12%
Computer Software Company
11%
Media Company
9%
Government
7%
 

Company Size

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Large Enterprise
Midsize Enterprise
Small Business
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Questions from the Community

What do you like most about ThreatLocker Allowlisting?
The interface is clean and well-organized, making it simple to navigate and find what we need.
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for ThreatLocker Allowlisting?
ThreatLocker's pricing seems justifiable. We get a lot of value for what we pay, with excellent support, the program itself, and everything related to it being top-notch. If my CTO ever suggested d...
What needs improvement with ThreatLocker Allowlisting?
The snapshots used in the ThreatLocker University portal are outdated snippets and have not been updated in conjunction with the portal itself.
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Also Known As

ThreatLocker Allowlisting, ThreatLocker Network Control, ThreatLocker Ringfencing
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Sample Customers

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Blend, Modern Health, Webflow, Liberis, Cerebral, Homebase, Bloomreach, Cameo, Hippo and Bitpanda
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