Whether you're a company looking for an affordable alternative to Cisco Umbrella Enterprise's high cost, or looking for a solution with more features, better support & granular reporting, here's a breakdown of how ThreatSTOP and Cisco line up.
|Features||ThreatSTOP||Cisco Umbrella Enterprise|
|Ability to Redirect Traffic Based on Domain or Threat Type||√||×|
|Domain-Based Threat Protection||√||√|
|Block & Allow Decision Made Locally||√||×|
|Custom Allow List Creation||√||Limited|
|Integrate Custom & Proprietary Threat Feeds||√||×|
|IP-Based Protection (At No Extra Charge)||√||×|
|Built-In Extensive Reporting & Alerts (At No Extra Charge)||√||×|
|Ability to Automate Reporting Emails (At No Extra Charge)||√||×|
Additional Key Factors:
- Cisco Umbrella Enterprise requires all local DNS queries to be made to Cisco’s external DNS Servers. This is a concern for privacy & for potential service interruption.
- ThreatSTOP protects customers using both domain & IP address threat intelligence that is fully customizable.
ThreatSTOP customers have technical support (for free), granular reporting, threat intelligence integration, IP blocking & multiple options for handling DNS Traffic. Ex: Redirect to custom Walled Garden