Avira Prime vs. SparkCognition EPP

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Avira Prime
Score 8.1 out of 10
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Avira Prime, now from NortonLifeLock since the December 2020 acquisition, is an antivirus solution used to protect small businesses, a cross-platform and multi-device solution replacing Avira's legacy antivirus solutions (e.g. Avira Business, etc.) that will be phased out by December 2021.N/A
SparkCognition EPP
Score 9.0 out of 10
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SparkCognition in Austin offers the eponymous SparkCognition EPP software (formerly DeepArmor), their endpoint protection and antivirus application that uses artificial intelligence instead of signature based protection.N/A
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Medium-sized Companies
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Enterprises
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User Ratings
Avira PrimeSparkCognition EPP
Likelihood to Recommend
7.9
(10 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
8.0
(1 ratings)
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User Testimonials
Avira PrimeSparkCognition EPP
Likelihood to Recommend
NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
It is good for organizations that need an AV solution that does really well in AV detection/performance tests, and also has a good track record for using little system resources on the client machine. It is less suited for organizations that want an AV product that is historically used by the industry or is known as an industry standard (e.g. Microsoft products, etc).
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SparkCognition
Most of the security bases applications are very complex to use. but with DeepAmor it's very simple. But also powerful. Since its AI-based cybersecurity solution, it does a good job of preventing different kinds of cyber threats and attacks. With that AI power, we can reduce the risk of security breaches. It's very lightweight and doesn't affect computer resources. and also can manage several devices.
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Pros
NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
  • It detects adware (sometimes you just need some ease of advertisement) and phishing.
  • It has Webguard, that allows us to block access to malicious websites.
  • It scans email (POP3 and SMTP), an everyday tool I personally use.
  • It has Bootable RescueCD, wich helps to remove malware and system recoveries.
  • It has a very high detection rate and a very fast scanning engine.
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SparkCognition
  • Malware prevention.
  • Application security.
  • Behavioral analytics.
  • Device management.
  • User access control.
  • Analytics and reporting.
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Cons
NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
  • For the use that I currently give to my laptop it works very well, but it can fail if your way of surfing the web is careful and you dedicate yourself to visit infected forums, download files from any part, or use bad programs.
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SparkCognition
  • Sometimes software crashes.
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Support Rating
NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
Since the product runs really well overall, and I haven't really run into any major issues, I have not had a need to contact the vendor directly for support. I have perused the vendor's site for other support channels, and they do have a number of good support options, such as submitting a request, KB articles, and Community forums. One support option that does not seem to be available (or might be really hard to find) is a direct line to call for phone support. As an individual or business member you can submit a request via a web form, which then will be sent to the tech support team, at which point they will call you.
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SparkCognition
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Alternatives Considered
NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
F-Secure despite being a good antivirus when it comes to protecting home equipment does not act the same for business protection because its performance is much lower as well as its ease of use while Avira meets these requirements and its protection is much more complete and efficient, since not only acts against common threats but it is also optimal to protect against advanced threats and the one that works in real time makes the virus detection rate much more efficient before any other antivirus, that is why It is ideal for the protection of business teams
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SparkCognition
DeepArmor is mostly suitable for small and medium-size businesses. And the pricing is also reasonable.
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Return on Investment
NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
  • I have not had serious infections due to viruses or Trojans. In addition, every time a malicious code is downloaded, Avira detects it and blocks it fast enough. So, I have not had to re-format my PC, I have not lost documents that I had stored on disk C, and of course, I have not lost time trying to recover the data from my PC.
  • I've also been able to install it on not-so-powerful PCs, so its users have been able to continue using their computers without any problem and also avoid serious infections.
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SparkCognition
  • Make sure the security of our data.
  • Protection even in the offline situation.
  • By checking the reports we can get a clear idea of what kind of threats we mostly getting.
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