2022-04-26T09:25:00Z

Top 3 SOC as a Service Solutions for 2022

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2022-05-30T01:37:33Z
May 30, 2022

Good very informative

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Julia Miller - PeerSpot reviewer
Aug 23, 2023
Aug 23, 2023
At this time, I do not use the additional data source integrations offered to help protect our environment. I'd rate the solution eight out of ten. It's one of my favorite products. They should be well-known. I've had zero issues with them. It's expensive, yet you get what you pay for. New users need to understand that it is kind of hands-off. You aren't going to have to put much into it once i...
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AY
Sep 9, 2021
If you're concerned about Netsurion's SOC being located outside of the US, I would say that location of the SOC is irrelevant. Rather, you should evaluate the skills of the SOC and the SOC management. And if someone at another company said they are not sure that they need managed services, I would say to them that they had better make sure they have enough money to have their own internal team. My other advice would be to make sure that Netsurion gives you a good deal compared to the other vendors.
JW
Nov 16, 2021
I'd rate Netsurion six out of 10. I'm only going above the five because there aren't a lot of other products in that niche for a decentralized SIEM product. To anyone skeptical about the need for managed security services, I would say that they need to look at whether they have the resources to provide the service themselves. I think most don't, and I believe that the cost of hiring even temporary personnel to provide that function doesn't make business sense compared to bringing in a third party like Netsurion. Cost savings, management, and 24/7 monitoring — you can't get all that for the same price.
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Aug 23, 2023
Aug 23, 2023
Expediting incident response is really great.
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AY
Sep 9, 2021
We have also integrated our endpoint security into the Netsurion SIEM. That's important because we have all the events in one place; we don't have to manage them in multiple places. In addition, the embedded MITRE ATT&CK Framework was paramount in our decision to choose Managed Threat Protection because the MITRE Framework is the industry standard for threats.
JW
Nov 16, 2021
I think Netsurion scales well. We've gone from a small number of agents up to thousands. So I would imagine that it would continue to scale. I don't see any issue with that.
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