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Julia Frohwein - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Director of Delivery at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Trend Micro Deep Security?


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15 Answers
Cyber Security Technical Engineer at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
16 April 21

There is a license required for this solution and there are extra features you can purchase.

Technical Manager at Digital World
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
02 April 21

We would recommend this solution to others who are interested in using it. I would rate Trend Micro Deep Security a seven out of ten.

Raul Poma Astete - PeerSpot reviewer
Technology Support Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
Top 10
24 December 20

The solution is considerably cheaper than other similar solutions.

Security Engineer/Architect at Telecom Italia
Real User
Top 10
22 October 20

It's more expensive than other endpoint protection solution. It's not the cheapest.

Information Systems Director at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 5
25 June 20

Price-wise, compared to the products that we had invested in before, this is a valuable solution. That said, it is a little bit expensive in Turkey because of our currency.

Rayees Tamton - PeerSpot reviewer
Data Center Manager/Support Delivery Manager at Salam Technology
Real User
22 May 19

It is approximately three million Qatari Riyal ($820,000 USD) for our licensing fees. The cost is approximately six thousand Qatari Riyal ($1,650 USD) per user.

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Matthew White - PeerSpot reviewer
Real User
14 January 19

It is simple and cost-effective to purchase through the AWS Marketplace, which provides an easy understanding of the scale of the costs. Our organization purchased it through the AWS Marketplace because it is easier to track when added to our AWS bill and convenient purchasing model. The AWS licensing model is scalable and easy to use, but could do with tiered discounts. I am not sure how well this model will scale when we start to use Auto Scaling with AWS resources.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Solution Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
14 January 19

Purchasing this solution through the AWS Marketplace was secure and quick. We did it as a renewal license for one of our customers. AWS has good prices for a good product.

Systems Administrator at Alfred Publishing
Real User
11 December 18

Purchasing on the AWS Marketplace was easy. We decided to purchase this solution on the AWS Marketplace since we were already there. The pricing is fair.

Swami Venkat - PeerSpot reviewer
CTO at a tech vendor with 1-10 employees
Real User
11 December 18

We did not purchase it through the AWS Marketplace because we have used Trend Micro in the past. We have not compared the pricing and licensing of buying it on the AWS Marketplace.

Mohit Sharma - PeerSpot reviewer
CTO at RightCloud Pte. Ltd.
Real User
11 December 18

We are an original partner with AWS, so a couple of customers chose to directly take it from AWS Marketplace. A couple of customers will want us to take care of the billing. So, it's a mixed type of reaction that we receive from the customer. Eventually, for us, it matters that customers are secure. The customers can deploy in their environment and the licensing model goes through our reseller. The price is reasonably good as compared to other products into the market.

Dirty Blueshirt (Aaron S) - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Infrastructure Security Architect at S2 Global
Real User
11 December 18

Our company chose to procure this product via AWS Marketplace due to regulatory requirements. We mostly use it in the AWS GovCloud.

Carlos Sampaio - PeerSpot reviewer
HR Analyst Manager at Cesar
Real User
04 December 18

On an AWS defined scope, it will cheaper than buying the on-premise service. We did a trial for the on-premise version, but we decided to go with the AWS version. We are downsizing our server room, and it didn't make sense to put more machines in there, as we already have workloads in Indianapolis.

Tanweer Surve - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr. Director, Enterprise Architecture & Cloud Technologies at Essilor
Real User
04 December 18

With AWS, we get single, consolidated billing. This is the beauty of it; its ease of use. Purchasing on AWS Marketplace is like shopping on Amazon Prime. We do pay-as-you-go pricing, which is good for us. We are working with Trend Micro to see if we can have something similar for on-premise.

Divyang P - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Cyber Security Consultant at Infosec Ventures
12 December 17

Deep Security SaaS provides security for cloud-hosted servers for only INR 1 RS/hour/server.

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01 December 21
Trend Micro Deep Security offers a lot of features. It guarantees security for your data center, cloud, and containers - all with a unified and comprehensive SaaS solution and without compromising performance. This solution also offers powerful protection, an all-in-one workload security option (which may help with eliminating the cost of deploying multiple point solutions), and flexible integration. It also has a good intrusion prevention feature that I like. And the solution is very secure. If patch management is important for your organization, this solution will definitely cater to your needs. The fact that it is based on the cloud is a huge selling point for Deep Security. One unique thing about it is that Deep Security has a “pay-for-what-you-use” pricing model, which is hard to come by. However, one thing I strongly dislike is that it does not support versions prior to Windows 7. I found the most valuable feature of Trend Micro Apex One to be its reporting. I can report back and provide information on an item’s quarantine status. I also like the management console and find it to be very useful. The dashboard is clear and helpful too; It displays what has been logged or still needs to be logged, it shows different malicious links that people have tried to access, reveals if someone was trying to connect something to the computer, and provides many other insights. Trend Micro Apex One has good flexibility, too. It is very easy to use and also easy to deploy. A big disappointment for me, though, is that Trend Micro Apex One consumes a lot of CPU time. To clarify, when scanning, the CPU usage stays too high. Also, the on-premise setup can be daunting. Moreover, the stability is not fantastic. There have been times where it has crippled several users’ machines, requiring the application to be uninstalled and then reinstalled in order to fix the issues. Conclusion: Overall both solutions are solid, but Trend Micro Deep Security takes the win for me. Its features were more aligned with what I needed.
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