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"One or two people can maintain and support the solution. The maintenance is not difficult."

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"One of the most valuable features is UEBA. It's pretty helpful for us to make sure of our thresholds for any of our clients."

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"Hillstone I-Series Server Breach Detection System can improve by having more anti-spam features that will hopefully eliminate all of the other threats."

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"The area that needs improvement is reporting."

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    Top Answer:One or two people can maintain and support the solution. The maintenance is not difficult.
    Top Answer:Hillstone I-Series Server Breach Detection System can improve by having more anti-spam features that will hopefully eliminate all of the other threats.
    Top Answer:The Hillstone I-Series Server Breach Detection System sits inside on the intranet level. For example, if I have a stop net or a certain VLAN territory and I want to implement certain protections… more »
    Top Answer:One of the most valuable features is UEBA. It's pretty helpful for us to make sure of our thresholds for any of our clients.
    Top Answer:The area that needs improvement is reporting. They don't focus on that area enough, but everything else is good.
    Top Answer:We are using the solution for behavioral analysis of the users and behavioral analysis of network traffic. For example, if we know that there is an IP address that keeps reaching out, we confirm it… more »
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    Also Known As
    Hillstone sBDS
    Securonix User and Entity Behavior Analytics
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    Overview

    The Hillstone Server Breach Detection System (sBDS) adopts multiple threat detection technologies that include both traditional signature-based technology as well as large-scale threat intelligent data modeling and user behavioral analytics modeling, which provides an ideal solution to detect unknown or 0-day threat attacks, to protect high-value, critical servers and their sensitive data from being leaked or stolen. Together with deep threat hunting analysis capabilities and visibility, Hillstone sBDS provides security admins the effective means to detect IOCs (Indicators of Compromise) events, restore the threat attack kill chain and provide extensive visibility into threat intelligence analysis and mitigations.

    Securonix User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) leverages sophisticated machine learning and behavior analytics to analyze and correlate interactions between users, systems, applications, IP addresses, and data. Light, nimble, and quick to deploy, Securonix UEBA detects advanced insider threats, cyber threats, fraud, cloud data compromise, and non-compliance. Built-in automated response playbooks and customizable case management work flows allow your security team to respond to threats quickly, accurately, and efficiently

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    Sample Customers
    Norbert Wiener University, Regional Government of the Amazon
    Pfizer, McKesson, BNY Mellon, New York Life
    Top Industries
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    Computer Software Company32%
    Comms Service Provider12%
    Insurance Company8%
    Government8%
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    Computer Software Company34%
    Media Company13%
    Comms Service Provider11%
    Financial Services Firm11%
    Company Size
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    Small Business24%
    Midsize Enterprise15%
    Large Enterprise62%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business11%
    Midsize Enterprise20%
    Large Enterprise69%
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    Hillstone I-Series Server Breach Detection System is ranked 18th in User Behavior Analytics - UEBA with 1 review while Securonix UEBA is ranked 22nd in User Behavior Analytics - UEBA with 1 review. Hillstone I-Series Server Breach Detection System is rated 7.0, while Securonix UEBA is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Hillstone I-Series Server Breach Detection System writes "Simple maintenance, scalable, but better anti-spam features needed". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Securonix UEBA writes "Useful for behavioral analysis of users and behavioral analysis of network traffic". Hillstone I-Series Server Breach Detection System is most compared with Ziften Zenith, whereas Securonix UEBA is most compared with IBM QRadar User Behavior Analytics, ArcSight Analytics, ArcSight Interset / Intelligence, Exabeam Fusion SIEM and Rapid7 InsightIDR.

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