Cybersixgill vs Tines comparison

 

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Executive Summary
 

Categories and Ranking

Cybersixgill
Ranking in Vulnerability Management
56th
Ranking in Threat Intelligence Platforms
15th
Average Rating
8.8
Number of Reviews
4
Ranking in other categories
Digital Risk Protection (4th), Attack Surface Management (ASM) (19th)
Tines
Ranking in Vulnerability Management
36th
Ranking in Threat Intelligence Platforms
25th
Average Rating
8.0
Number of Reviews
1
Ranking in other categories
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) (51st), Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) (17th)
 

Mindshare comparison

As of June 2024, in the Vulnerability Management category, the mindshare of Cybersixgill is 0.1%, up from 0.1% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Tines is 0.2%, up from 0.0% compared to the previous year. It is calculated based on PeerSpot user engagement data.
Vulnerability Management
Unique Categories:
Threat Intelligence Platforms
3.6%
Digital Risk Protection
7.8%
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
0.1%
 

Featured Reviews

AB
Mar 10, 2021
Provides early detection of imminent attacks, and speeds up addressing of vulnerabilities internally because it makes them real
They're a newer company, so they're working on their UI a lot. Sometimes the UI is a little glitchy. They're working on different things and making efforts, so that's totally forgivable. But regarding their scraping abilities, things could be solidified. There are definitely improvements that could be made on the specificity for setting certain queries. Step-by-step videos would be useful, instead of a book of instructions, because they're a new tool. They're now getting to the point where video training would be useful, or even live training. More digestible video instructions or opportunities for training, so that you actually learn hands-on, would help.
MR
May 20, 2024
Vendor-neutral, increases response time, and enables to reduce staff by 30%
I run a security operation center. We used the solution for alert detection. We evaluated it for managed detection and response It was helpful to get additional data to the analysts without having them do manual work. The tool was vendor-neutral. We liked that a lot. Tines was a little bit more…

Quotes from Members

We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
 

Pros

"The solution’s approach of using limited open source intelligence and focusing, instead, on the Deep Web and Dark Web is what seals the deal. That is why I like them. I have other tools that I can aggregate all the open source intelligence from. I value Cybersixgill because it provides access to things that no one else does."
"The advanced analysis has made our security operations more efficient. It has also potentially given us quicker access to data that we might not have otherwise located."
"To be diligent for the customer, we usually go into Cybersixgill Investigative Portal to analyze and search things. The solution tells us the reputation of cyber threat actors. So, if someone has a reputation of one, it is a really bad idea to care about what that person is saying. However, if you find someone with a reputation of nine, then there is a high probability that we need to address the problem. You can get information about these type of actors in Cybersixgill Investigative Portal. They have a huge collection, which is like having the rules/goals of the dark web and deep web without having to go there. Our analysts avoid going dark web because they have Cybersixgill Investigative Portal and can get the news from their browser, searching wherever they want."
"They also provide some of the greatest notification capabilities. I put in a customer's company name and domain names, or sometimes I put in their IP addresses as a keyword. Once Sixgill collects information that includes those keywords, they then provide us email notifications. That means we can catch information related to our customers as soon as possible."
"The tool was vendor-neutral."
 

Cons

"The breadth of access to data is good, but there are gaps. More data would be my suggestion because the platform is good and I have no complaints about the system. I think it is just a case of always trying to get more data sources."
"We need real-time updated information. If we could have this, it would be amazing. For example, if someone was posting something, then ten second later, it was on the platform. Sometimes, it takes a minute or hours right now, depending on the forum."
"Regarding their scraping abilities, things could be solidified. There are definitely improvements that could be made on the specificity for setting certain queries."
"Sixgill has strong capabilities based on search queries, but there is some difficulty in using Sixgill. Their querying is very powerful but it can be difficult. It's not hugely complex but you need some skill to use Sixgill querying."
"Tines was a little bit more expensive than Torq."
 

Pricing and Cost Advice

"The pricing and licensing are good. It is expensive for us because the US dollar is quite strong compared to our dollar. Otherwise, it is quite reasonable for what it is. All the tools in the market are around the same price from my experience."
"The pricing is cheap compared with Recorded Future. Sixgill's cost-effectiveness is very good."
"Sometimes, Cybersixgill Investigative Portal is cheaper than its competitors."
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Top Industries

By visitors reading reviews
Computer Software Company
16%
Financial Services Firm
10%
Manufacturing Company
9%
Government
8%
Computer Software Company
18%
Financial Services Firm
12%
Government
8%
Educational Organization
6%
 

Company Size

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Midsize Enterprise
Small Business
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What needs improvement with Tines?
Tines was a little bit more expensive than Torq.
What is your primary use case for Tines?
I run a security operation center. We used the solution for alert detection. We evaluated it for managed detection and response.
What advice do you have for others considering Tines?
I will recommend the product to others. Overall, I rate the solution an eight out of ten.
 

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Sample Customers

Current customers include large enterprises, financial services, manufacturing, GSIs, MSSPs, government and law enforcement entities.
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