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  • "The solutions price is fair for what they offer."
  • "The price could be better. Normally, the costs depend on the country you're located in for the license. When we were in the initial stage, we went with the E5 license they call premium standard. It cost us around $5.20 per month for four users."
  • "The price of the solution is high compared to others and we have lost some customers because of it."
  • "Microsoft is not competitive with the pricing of the solution. The competitors are able to offer lower discounts. The price of the solution is higher."
  • "We have a lot of problems in Latin America regarding the price of Microsoft 365 Defender, because the relationship between dollars and the money of the different countries, it's is a lot. Many customers that have small businesses say that they would like the solution but it is too expensive. However, large companies do not find the cost an issue."
  • "The most valuable licensing option is expensive, so pricing could be improved. Licensing options for this solution also need to be consolidated, because they frequently change."
  • "Microsoft should provide lower-level licensing options. They should do it in such a way that even an individual could purchase a license, and it should be entirely flexible."
  • "They have moved from a licensing model to pay-per-use... The question is: What happens if, for any reason, there's not enough budget to accept this model? That could be a great problem."
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  • "The pricing and licensing seem very reasonable. The managed service part of it feels like it gives me the equivalent of a full-time engineer for a lot less money. So, I feel it's a good value."
  • "Licensing is very easy. Our CIO takes care of the billing, but in terms of price point, he hasn't complained, so it must be good."
  • "The solution is fairly expensive, but in my experience, all of the SIEM applications that I've evaluated or looked at cost about the same."
  • "The upfront costs have increased, and we have been locked into this contract. The cost of changing over from it is way too high."
  • "I don't know if the pricing is by the seat but we're paying about $20,000 to 25,000 a year. On top of that, we pay for the managed support services. That runs us about another $35,000 or $40,000 a year."
  • "When we first got the EventTracker product, we were using SIEM Simplified. At the time they didn't call it that, but it was more of a service thing. So, there was a bit more hand-holding and getting stuff set up, along with failure reports, that they did during the first one to two years. Then, we decided that the the additional money to have someone do these daily reports wasn't terribly useful, so we discontinued that service."
  • "EventTracker's subscription-based model is interesting as far as yearly license type stuff. It's nice because you know what it's going to be next year. We haven't really looked at any other solutions. The pricing at the time compared to the other solutions was a lot less. A couple of years ago, we actually looked at Splunk. The amount in Splunk's licensing model is based on 20 gigs a day, or something like that. Based on our number of logs and stuff that we were already generating, the costs would be substantially more for the amount of logs that we would be getting."
  • "In the security space, it's hard to quantify your return on investment. So, I don't. We spend about $40,000 a year and so. It's hard to say if the SIEM saved that much money."
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    Also Known As
    Microsoft 365 Defender, Microsoft Threat Protection, MS 365 Defender
    Netsurion Managed Threat Protection, Netsurion EventTracker
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    Overview

    Microsoft Defender XDR is a comprehensive security solution designed to protect against threats in the Microsoft 365 environment. 

    It offers robust security measures, comprehensive threat detection capabilities, and an efficient incident response system. With seamless integration with other Microsoft products and a user-friendly interface, it simplifies security management tasks. 

    Users have found it effective in detecting and preventing various types of attacks, such as phishing attempts, malware infections, and data breaches.

    Watch the Microsoft demo video here: Microsoft Defender XDR demo video.

    Security Information and Event Management – or SIEM – was created to help companies manage all of their many security products.
    SIEMs today – all of them, even those who call themselves ‘Next Generation SIEM’ – have a very high cost of ownership and are frustratingly ineffective. They require security teams to constantly write hundreds, even thousands, of rules to maintain. Inevitably, overwhelmed security teams can’t keep up, and attackers – with their barrage of machine generated attacks – get the upper hand

    Our open XDR platform unifies your existing security telemetry to deliver wider attack surface coverage and deeper threat analytics resulting in greater security visibility. Our SOC does the heavy lifting for you of proactive threat hunting, event correlation and analysis, and provides you with guided remediation. The result is a force multiplier that allows your IT team to be confident and in control again while also maximizing all of your cybersecurity investments.

    Sample Customers
    Accenture, Deloitte, ExxonMobil, General Electric, IBM, Johnson & Johnson and many others.
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    The Salvation Army, The FRESH Market, Pacific Western Bank, NASA, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), and Talbot’s Stores
    Top Industries
    REVIEWERS
    Manufacturing Company16%
    Computer Software Company13%
    Government13%
    Financial Services Firm13%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company18%
    Financial Services Firm10%
    Government8%
    Manufacturing Company8%
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    REVIEWERS
    Financial Services Firm18%
    Computer Software Company9%
    Non Profit9%
    Energy/Utilities Company9%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company29%
    Manufacturing Company11%
    Government8%
    Financial Services Firm5%
    Company Size
    REVIEWERS
    Small Business41%
    Midsize Enterprise24%
    Large Enterprise34%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business25%
    Midsize Enterprise18%
    Large Enterprise57%
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    REVIEWERS
    Small Business38%
    Midsize Enterprise33%
    Large Enterprise29%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business37%
    Midsize Enterprise17%
    Large Enterprise46%
    Buyer's Guide
    Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
    February 2024
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    i-XDR is ranked 35th in Extended Detection and Response (XDR) while Netsurion is ranked 13th in Extended Detection and Response (XDR) with 5 reviews. i-XDR is rated 0.0, while Netsurion is rated 8.4. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Netsurion writes "Provides real-time alerting, a dedicated team, and around-the-clock monitoring". i-XDR is most compared with Wazuh, whereas Netsurion is most compared with Arctic Wolf Managed Detection and Response, CyberHat CYREBRO, Wazuh and Microsoft Sentinel.

    See our list of best Extended Detection and Response (XDR) vendors.

    We monitor all Extended Detection and Response (XDR) reviews to prevent fraudulent reviews and keep review quality high. We do not post reviews by company employees or direct competitors. We validate each review for authenticity via cross-reference with LinkedIn, and personal follow-up with the reviewer when necessary.