I am currently working as a cybersecurity consultant.
We are currently researching intrusion prevention systems. What are the biggest differences between Check Point IPS, NSFOCUS NGIPS, and Palo Alto Networks Threat Prevention?
Thanks! I appreciate the help.
IT Department manager at AS Attīstības finanšu institūcija Altum
04 March 20
This is an expensive solution. I am not exactly sure of the pricing because we have a package deal that has the licenses included. I think that the price of support is around $40,000 USD or $50,000 USD per year. How it works is that we license a pair of virtual CPU cores, as well as the firewall, and then the IPS is included along with the antivirus and additional products.
Senior Network and Security Engineer at a computer software company with 201-500 employees
23 July 20
The overall cost of the solution is really high. You should properly scale the setup you are planning to purchase. The licensing model is simple, but some of the software blades are not included into the default bundles and should be purchased separately - pay attention to that.