Cyberark Conjur vs. HashiCorp Vault

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Cyberark Conjur
Score 8.1 out of 10
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Conjur is an open source interface to securely authenticate, control and audit non-human access across tools, applications, containers and cloud environments via a secrets management software solution. Secrets grant access to applications, tools, critical infrastructure and other sensitive data. Conjur secures this access by controlling secrets with granular Role-Based Access Control (RBAC). When an application requests access to a resource, Conjur authenticates the application, performs an…N/A
HashiCorp Vault
Score 8.5 out of 10
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HashiCorp offers Vault, an encryption tool of use in the management of secrets including credentials, passwords and other secrets, providing access control, audit trail, and support for multiple authentication methods. It is available open source, or under an enterprise license.
$0.03
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Editions & Modules
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Cloud - HCP Vault
$0.03/hr
Open Source
Free
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Cyberark ConjurHashiCorp Vault
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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User Ratings
Cyberark ConjurHashiCorp Vault
Likelihood to Recommend
9.8
(2 ratings)
8.0
(6 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
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(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Usability
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7.0
(2 ratings)
Support Rating
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6.3
(3 ratings)
User Testimonials
Cyberark ConjurHashiCorp Vault
Likelihood to Recommend
Cyberark
Cyberark Conjur is well-suited and includes the following: > Securing access to sensitive data in multi-cloud environments. > Providing secure access to secrets and credentials for 3rd party services and applications
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HashiCorp
HashiCorp Vault, in my opinion, is a defacto standard for any cloud or automation implementation. They're the best of the best as far as products for secrets management and the ability to use it against relatively any service you have is unheard of for other products. HashiCorp has really taken out all the stops when it comes to creating a nice, extensible tool that people can use to suit their needs.
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Pros
Cyberark
  • Provide allow-list
  • verifying authority
  • validate access
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HashiCorp
  • The HTTP API you use to write and read secrets is open and can be used by any application.
  • It keeps our sensitive data/credentials out of our GitLab repositories.
  • Sealing and unsealing the Vault on demand adds an additional layer of security.
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Cons
Cyberark
  • Searching containers can be difficult if you're not sure which you're looking for.
  • Initial authorization can be slow, specifically if the first instance failed.
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HashiCorp
  • Session Management is terrible to manage
  • Monitoring is hard and not enough information
  • User management
  • Configuration is too complex
  • More user friendly UI
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Likelihood to Renew
Cyberark
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HashiCorp
HashiCorp Vault is the best there is out there, and it has become critical to our secret management use cases. It would be difficult to find anything that would suit our needs better and that would be beneficial for us to switch over to.
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Usability
Cyberark
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HashiCorp
We spent a little more time than we imagined to conceptually understand how HashiCorp Vault operates, as well as how it is configured. This is not trivial, and keep in mind that you will need to take some time to get a thorough understanding of the tool. The documentation could be more helpful in this regard.
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Support Rating
Cyberark
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HashiCorp
Hashicorp has been very responsive to our questions and inquiries up to this point. We are currently working on them to develop a more granular permissions model within Vault. We are very close to achieving our objectives with the help of their support team. We do not seem to be in the same time zone which makes it hard for escalated issues.
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Alternatives Considered
Cyberark
Cyberark Conjur has been a great asset to our company as it is a one stop shop that holds individuals, teams, departments, and the entire company accountable for the safety network. Not only do you have to be authorized to access Cyberark Conjuryou have to reauthorize to open, copy, or see individual passwords or accounts leaving a cyber trace of all your actions. There's no way to accidently get into something you're not supposed to be in.
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HashiCorp
HashiCorp Vault is way better than Azure Key Vault; it has more features and it goes beyond a key-value secret store.
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Return on Investment
Cyberark
  • Before Cyberark we put passwords in a spread sheet - leaving exposure to theft.
  • Gives security compliance to our company
  • Keeps company and teams secure and safe.
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HashiCorp
  • Helped us reach our security compliance goals.
  • Helped us strengthen our security position in our infrastructure by improving on poor secret management practices.
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ScreenShots

Cyberark Conjur Screenshots

Screenshot of CyberArk Conjur UIScreenshot of CyberArk Conjur UIScreenshot of CyberArk Conjur UI

HashiCorp Vault Screenshots

Screenshot of Example of writing a secret to Vault. Secrets are always encrypted and written to backend storage. To learn more: https://developer.hashicorp.com/vault/tutorials/getting-started/getting-started-first-secretScreenshot of Secrets menu to manage integrated secrets engines. Secrets Engines are components which store, generate, or encrypt data and are enabled at a path in Vault. To learn more: https://developer.hashicorp.com/vault/tutorials/getting-started/getting-started-uiScreenshot of Vault identity has support for groups. A group can contain multiple entities as its members. A group can also have subgroups. To learn more: https://developer.hashicorp.com/vault/docs/concepts/identityScreenshot of HCP Vault provides all of the power and security of Vault, without the complexity and overhead of managing it yourself. To learn more:  https://cloud.hashicorp.com/products/vaultScreenshot of View entity client and non-entity client counts.Screenshot of MFA is built on top of the Identity system of Vault. To learn more: https://developer.hashicorp.com/vault/docs/auth/login-mfa