Cloudflare Zero Trust Services vs. Vulcan Cyber

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Cloudflare Zero Trust Services
Score 8.9 out of 10
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Cloudflare's Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) technologies create secure boundaries around applications. When resources are protected with ZTNA, users are only allowed to access resources after verifying the identity, context, and policy adherence of each specific request. Cloudflare's Zero-Trust-as-a-Service model enables users to deploy access controls on the company's instant-on cloud platform, backed by Cloudflare's global network.N/A
Vulcan
Score 10.0 out of 10
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Vulcan Cyber is a vulnerability remediation orchestration platform that coordinates teams, tools and tasks to successfully eliminate exposure and risk. Vulcan Cyber does this by automating critical vulnerability management tasks. Vulcan's data collection aggregates data from scanning tools while remediation analytics delivers insight into the true risk of existing vulnerabilities. Vulcan then automatically prioritizes, plans, orchestrates and validates remediation outcomes.
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Vulcan Free
$0
1 user and less than 1,000 IT assets
Vulcan Enterprise
Custom licensing terms
unlimited users and 5K+ IT assets
Offerings
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Cloudflare Zero Trust ServicesVulcan
Free Trial
NoYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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User Ratings
Cloudflare Zero Trust ServicesVulcan Cyber
Likelihood to Recommend
9.6
(4 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
9.1
(3 ratings)
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User Testimonials
Cloudflare Zero Trust ServicesVulcan Cyber
Likelihood to Recommend
Cloudflare
For example, Cloudflare is a very good solution for ZTNA implementation. Cloudflare has Warp for propagating Gateway rules and checking device posture. Browser Isolation gives you more abilities to use internet resources without any restrictions and at the same time not put the company at risk. For example, if there is no DLP solution in place blocking the printing function can partly protect the company's sensitive data from intentional or intentional leakage through the online forms. A similar approach protects the end-user device from Zero-day threats and malicious software code. Moreover, Remote Browser Isolation technology protects not only the user's device but also the user himself from possible phishing attacks - for example, even if the user enters his username and password on the phishing website, bank card issuers, or other personal or confidential data, data will not go beyond the isolated cloud environment. Cloudflare Access gives company administrators a great opportunity to implement role-based access policies and make effect segmentation and diversification of company network groups.
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Vulcan Cyber
It's really challenging at times to contend with multiple vulnerabilities on a daily basis, and having a way to make sense of what actually needs to be prioritized and what can be shifted further down the task list is extremely helpful. Because the solution suggests what your next step should be in mitigating a specific vulnerability, it helps us save time and research by enabling us to immediately take action after being informed about an issue.
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Pros
Cloudflare
  • Block access to known bad, risky, or unwanted destinations at the DNS or HTTP level.
  • Excellent protection for remote users.
  • Best in class browser isolation techniques.
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Vulcan Cyber
  • Alerting us to critical vulnerabilities
  • Prioritizing the patch tasks that are most time-sensitive
  • Providing a solution and roadmap to pressing issues
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Cons
Cloudflare
  • Very API [oriented] which is fine, but the GUI is sometimes inconsistent
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Vulcan Cyber
  • Auto-update feature could be streamlined
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Support Rating
Cloudflare
Good chat support from the portal for basic questions and minor issues. The enterprise support line is provided as well.
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Vulcan Cyber
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Alternatives Considered
Cloudflare
As long as all Cloudflare products and services rely on anycast technology, in a complex approach Cloudflare is faster and more relevant for cloud applications. The balance between security and performance is fully established. Also, Cloudflare has quite a good stack for API connection protection, like the API Shield example, which makes it more effective compared to F5 for example. Warp as a ZTNA agent gives better visibility and device posture information than FortiClient does.
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Vulcan Cyber
Vulcan was easier to implement with our existing Security environment. The UX and UI were more intuitive and user-friendly. While SOAR is a super solid product, for our business Vulcan made more sense. It was more of a natural fit for a rapidly-expanding company in a hyper-growth phase using Edge technology.
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Return on Investment
Cloudflare
  • Complete solution in case of using with Cloudflare Access.
  • No need of maintenance.
  • No skilled staff and trainings required.
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Vulcan Cyber
  • Saving research hours for SecOps team
  • Saving resolution hours for Security Engineering team
  • Protecting the company from data breaches -- which could tremendously affect the business
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