Cyberark Conjur vs. Qualys Cloud Platform

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Cyberark Conjur
Score 8.4 out of 10
N/A
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
Qualys Cloud Platform
Score 8.3 out of 10
N/A
The Qualys Cloud Platform (formerly Qualysguard), from San Francisco-based Qualys, is network security and vulnerability management software featuring app scanning and security, network device mapping and detection, vulnerability prioritization schedule and remediation, and other features to provide vulnerability management and network attack surface reduction.N/A
Pricing
Cyberark ConjurQualys Cloud Platform
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Cyberark ConjurQualys Cloud Platform
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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Features
Cyberark ConjurQualys Cloud Platform
Threat Intelligence
Comparison of Threat Intelligence features of Product A and Product B
Cyberark Conjur
-
Ratings
Qualys Cloud Platform
8.7
7 Ratings
8% above category average
Network Analytics00 Ratings8.86 Ratings
Threat Recognition00 Ratings8.37 Ratings
Vulnerability Classification00 Ratings8.77 Ratings
Automated Alerts and Reporting00 Ratings9.07 Ratings
Threat Analysis00 Ratings8.17 Ratings
Threat Intelligence Reporting00 Ratings8.97 Ratings
Automated Threat Identification00 Ratings8.77 Ratings
Vulnerability Management Tools
Comparison of Vulnerability Management Tools features of Product A and Product B
Cyberark Conjur
-
Ratings
Qualys Cloud Platform
8.5
9 Ratings
3% above category average
IT Asset Realization00 Ratings8.89 Ratings
Authentication00 Ratings7.86 Ratings
Configuration Monitoring00 Ratings8.47 Ratings
Web Scanning00 Ratings8.88 Ratings
Vulnerability Intelligence00 Ratings8.67 Ratings
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User Ratings
Cyberark ConjurQualys Cloud Platform
Likelihood to Recommend
9.7
(2 ratings)
8.6
(25 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
2.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
5.0
(7 ratings)
User Testimonials
Cyberark ConjurQualys Cloud Platform
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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Qualys
Qualys Cloud Platform is well suited for organizations that need additional tools to secure and bolster their security from end to end. The automated, real-time threat protection is very quick to notify an admin of potential vulnerabilities and risks, as well as recommending quick fixes to resolve/close the gap before an incident occurs. QCP excels at portraying all of these in a single pane of glass, and find that the Qualys reports are more detailed than competitor product lines. One of our big issues with QCP is that you do have to pay for each scanner, which can quickly add up to large costs. For this reason, I would rate Qualys at a ~7 due to great features and functionality, but overall value could be better for a large organization. I would also say that QCP may make more sense for smaller organizations due to this pricing model.
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Pros
Cyberark
  • Provide allow-list
  • verifying authority
  • validate access
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Qualys
  • It really does well at vulnerability scanning, which it is well known for. It's accuracy at finding vulnerabilities is top notch, more so than a lot of other vulnerability tools out there. In an organization/company you want this kind of accuracy at finding vulnerabilities in your network/endpoints
  • It is very good at managing endpoints on a consistent basis, meaning you can add endpoints to Qualys and have the platform scan/track/protect for vulnerabilities on an ongoing basis, without user intervention
  • It does really well at separating out and identifying what levels of criticality each vulnerability should fall into. This way, an organization/company can attack the more critical vulnerabilities first
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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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Qualys
  • This program is really complicated, the multiple functions that are presented to us are not very clear and in some cases, it is a matter of intuition to execute a function, it is not very informative.
  • The interface of this program can be a real problem; for our taste, this program looks a bit messy, and the interface does not help or guide you to find the options you need.
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Usability
Cyberark
No answers on this topic
Qualys
Again, the usability of Qualys has been a pinpoint for this entire review. It was easily the worst thing about the product and because of this, I would not recommend Qualys to anybody in my field. This should be something that Qualys strives to improve if they wish to stay in business.
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Support Rating
Cyberark
No answers on this topic
Qualys
They had a support page within the WAS to report any concerns or seek help. But the UI of that is not smooth. Regardless support staff were pretty responsive and helpful. They scheduled calls to understand and address our problems. Email support is good as well.
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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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Qualys
As described before Qualys is used to scan periodically the environment in order to check if there are some packages (Linux) or Applications (Windows) outdated, generating reports to the Service Owners, fulfilling what's is expected from us, attending all our expectations regarding the tool. That's why we'd choose Qualys to our organization.
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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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Qualys
  • Big time-saving tool vs. having to comb through several system reports which ultimately can still have you missing unapproved software.
  • Quick snapshot via the dashboard provided a nice summary of where you're assets meet or do not meet your organization's policy requirements.
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ScreenShots

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