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Chintan-Vyas - PeerSpot reviewer
Easy to set up with good behavior-based analysis but needs a single-click recovery option
Most organizations are currently looking for a scheduled scan to meet their compliance needs. Other players like Symantec and Trend Micro, FireEye, et cetera, are still providing the signature-based regular scheduled scans also, which is not available in CrowdStrike. That is one parameter that we feel should be there in CrowdStrike. CrowdStrike is only working on the dynamic or the files under execution. CrowdStrike is not scanning the static files. The product could be more accurate in terms of performance. We'd like to have a single-click recovery option. With some machines getting corrupted by malware, we need an easy way to start with a blank slate if things happen. That one feature should be there in the EDR.
Prince Joseph - PeerSpot reviewer
Reduces organizational risk, low on machine load, and helps prevent ransomware
The most important aspect of the solution is that the load on the machine is not very high. It doesn't take up battery resources. The solution prevents ransomware and other threats. So far, it is working brilliantly. The dashboards and UI are user friendly, as is the ability to configure as needed. It seems to have a lot more capabilities. The XDR capabilities, in particular, look very strong. We're currently looking into that. If we want to do integrations with third parties, we don't have very many challenges around that. The ability to ingest and correlate across our security solutions is very useful. It's impressive. The AI engine it has is excellent. It helps us consolidate our security solutions. While it does not allow us to reduce alerts per se, it does a good job of correlating. The way it's integrated into the SIM, it's working to the expectations we have. The solution helps free up people so that they can work on other tasks. We don't have to grow our team too much now. My security team is actually quite small - about five people. We all get more time to handle other tasks. We've noted that it does help reduce mean time to respond. We can identify events easier and those that are most critical are brought to the forefront. Previously, we were in the dark. Now we have so much more visibility. It's been a huge improvement. It's effectively helped to reduce organizational risk.
Dr. Merrick Watchorn - PeerSpot reviewer
Traceless online searches, stable, and scalable
There is a semantic oncology dynamic relationship between how the MIGR Tech framework needs more data infusion enrichment capabilities. To be clear, what the vendor is doing is of a high standard, and my only critique is that they need to make new enhancements. I am aware that the vendor is making a concerted effort to add additional information to their repository, and it is something they actively do. The vendor has publicly stated that they will work on this, and I always pay attention to make sure they adhere to that. This does not change over time. The export feature of the recording needs to stop being so restricted. When they record in order to save themselves by operations, I would expect that as a super user, if I asked to download the dataset I'm looking for, I would not be limited in my data downloads. One of the cool things is, let's say we do our entire research and we want to save all of the materials that were returned, and that special custom search that we made, we can export that into a CSV file. The problem is it gets restricted. So sometimes when I say it's restricted, we don't get all the data that we saw online. So then we have to go and manually search for the specific thing we're looking for. I would like to have the URI and whatever value set that I search off, and for the NLP package to not be stripped out. It's like saying I want to do a Pcap analysis. Don't strip out the Pcap when I asked to see Pcap. That's what they're doing. They do this for many different reasons. One of them is, imagine if everyone downloaded datasets that are very large and it brings the whole system down.

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