We performed a comparison between Trend Micro Integrated 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.
"I'm not an administrator of Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention, but an end-user, and what I like about it is that it can detect events that could cause data loss. It's a good solution."
"You can close your data protection gaps with Zscaler. You can quickly find all the classified, sensitive data across the cloud."
"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."
"As a cloud-based service, it is very easily implemented."
"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."
"Having more features apart from what the product was designed for is what I'd like to see in its next release."
"Price-wise, it is a costly product and it should be reduced."
"In the next release, I would like to see RE2 Regex supported."
"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."
"There aren't really any missing features that I have witnessed."
Now more than ever, your data is on the move—whether it’s on a laptop, flash drive, or moving across physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructures. At any point along the way, your financial data, customer information, intellectual property, or trade secrets could be lost or stolen. Securing this data is further complicated by several growing risk factors:
Rapidly evolving compliance regulations and mandates, including GDPR
Continued growth of workforce mobility
Employees using their own mobile devices and consumer apps for work
Rising frequency of advanced persistent threats (APTs) and data breach incidents
To avoid the embarrassment, reputation damage, regulatory fines, and revenue loss, today’s enterprise must be able to identify, track, and secure all confidential data from multiple points within the organisation and in the cloud without impacting employee productivity and performance. In the past, many organisations tried traditional data loss prevention (DLP) solutions but found they were too intrusive, too complex to manage, and too costly to acquire, deploy, and maintain.
Zscaler enables the world’s leading organizations to securely transform their networks and applications for a mobile and cloud-first world. Its flagship services, Zscaler Internet Access and Zscaler Private Access, create fast, secure connections between users and applications, regardless of device, location, or network. Zscaler services are 100% cloud-delivered and offer the simplicity, enhanced security, and improved user experience that traditional appliances or hybrid solutions are unable to match. Used in more than 185 countries, Zscaler operates the world’s largest cloud security platform, protecting thousands of enterprises and government agencies from cyberattacks and data loss.
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Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention is ranked 13th in Data Loss Prevention (DLP) with 1 review while Zscaler Cloud DLP is ranked 9th in Data Loss Prevention (DLP) with 4 reviews. Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention is rated 7.0, while Zscaler Cloud DLP is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention writes "Protects against data leakage and can monitor and block people taking data out of the environment, but needs more features". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Zscaler Cloud DLP writes "Stable with good pricing and very good for monitoring sensitive data". Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention is most compared with Symantec Data Loss Prevention, Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, McAfee Total Protection for Data Loss Prevention, McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator and Digital Guardian, whereas Zscaler Cloud DLP is most compared with Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention, Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, Symantec Data Loss Prevention, Endpoint Protector and Digital Guardian.
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