Netsurion vs Qualys Context XDR comparison

 

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Categories and Ranking

Netsurion
Ranking in Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
16th
Average Rating
8.4
Number of Reviews
24
Ranking in other categories
Managed Security Services (5th), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) (14th), SOC as a Service (3rd), Managed Detection and Response (MDR) (13th)
Qualys Context XDR
Ranking in Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
47th
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
Ranking in other categories
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Featured Reviews

JD
Aug 24, 2023
Provides information that we never knew existed
What I like most about Netsurion is the level of visibility and reporting. We integrate multiple solutions and feed them into the managed services. It provides a single-pane-of-glass view. Having that data integration makes it easier. Instead of logging into all these different solutions to find the essential things we're trying to home in on, we can log into Netsurion. We have them monitoring for specific events and activity, and they report alerts within a few minutes. The integration is easy. We define the requirements, and they make it happen. We don't have an SLA for how quickly it needs to be integrated. You give the requirements and they make it happen. Communication is consistent and thorough. Validation testing is also done to ensure our needs have been met.
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"Our budget follows the calendar year. We just started a new budget year at the beginning of the month. We did budget for an increase in our threat management system selection. Therefore, we have the budget to implement and accommodate a threat management system change, including an increase for the quoted actions that we received to improve EventTracker. We are just waiting on our council to approve that budget, which might not be for a little while. Hopefully, when they do, we will be able to jump on doing something."
"Our pricing for Netsurion last year was US $52,000 per year."
"Netsurion's pricing is competitive. At the same time, they're the only ones who do what we want to do the way we want it. I can't say we would've paid more, but we would've had to have come up with our own solution if they weren't providing that."
"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."
"It is a bit expensive as compared to some of the other products that have come out in recent years. Expense-wise, the only downside is that it is not cheap."
"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."
"You are paying for different levels, especially as far as the monitoring goes and how often you review it with the team. The other factor that figures in is how many nodes are on your network, such as clients, network equipment, servers, etc. There are some additional pieces on top of that, but it's laid out pretty simply, as far as how much you're going to pay for a node."
"The upfront costs have increased, and we have been locked into this contract. The cost of changing over from it is way too high."
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Top Industries

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Computer Software Company
28%
Manufacturing Company
12%
Government
8%
Financial Services Firm
6%
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Questions from the Community

What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Netsurion Managed Threat Protection?
Their pricing is high. I don't know if it's a barrier. The quality speaks to the price. The price is the price. They provide what they promise. From a purchasing perspective, I just have to come ba...
What needs improvement with Netsurion Managed Threat Protection?
There is one area that needs improvement and that is with the agents and the server that's on-site. The system requirements are very, very high. So I need a pretty powerful server to run. If they c...
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Netsurion Managed Threat Protection, Netsurion EventTracker
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