Good Enterprise AV Solution.
Updated April 29, 2021

Good Enterprise AV Solution.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator

McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator was used as a Management Console for all our AV endpoints agents, including workstations, laptops and servers.
The goal was to have a robust AV solution that will provide well know protection against malware [and] viruses.
We needed a Centralized Solution, capable to deploy the agents across network and create alerts on Handled/Unhandled events.
  • Protect endpoints from malware, viruses.
  • Robust agent deployment capabilities.
  • Management dashboards.
  • Very complex configuration, can be difficult to implement.
  • Database usage.
  • Hardware resources usage.
  • Peace of mind that your environment is safe and secure.
  • Keep your network environment up and running.
  • Additional resources (consulting or training) may be required if not familiar with the product.
  • Very complex to setup and configure ( training may be required).
  • Once configured, it will take care of almost 80% of your tasks.
If you are using Microsoft Services or newer, cloud ones, it can be worth [it] to try their services but it may be very expensive because of the licensing thing and here Microsoft is very tricky and very difficult to decide the right one.
Malwarebytes is good product and adds another level of security.
From the two above, we decided to choose McAfee because with some premium features it came less expensive than Microsoft and [with] more expertise than Malwarebytes.

Do you think Trellix ePolicy Orchestrator delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Trellix ePolicy Orchestrator's feature set?

Yes

Did Trellix ePolicy Orchestrator live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Trellix ePolicy Orchestrator go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Trellix ePolicy Orchestrator again?

Yes

Very good protection.
It comes with the basic protection, called Endpoint Security (which can be another thing to review).
If you want to go more granular, like Firewall, Web-Control, it has to be decided before buying the license.
But all those products [are] worth the investment.
Lacking on some compatibility, ex. WEBControl can be disabled from the Browsers (except IE), still place for improvement.
Hardware resources can use all endpoint resources if not configured properly.