Qomplx MDR vs Redscan ThreatDetect comparison

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Binary Defense MDR
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Ranking in Managed Detection and Response (MDR)
7th
Average Rating
9.2
Number of Reviews
15
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Qomplx MDR
Ranking in Managed Detection and Response (MDR)
93rd
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
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Redscan ThreatDetect
Ranking in Managed Detection and Response (MDR)
37th
Average Rating
9.0
Number of Reviews
1
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No ranking in other categories
 

Featured Reviews

BP
Jun 9, 2023
Gives us visibility into current critical security events and improves our time to respond
They send us alerts and have done a really good job of eliminating the false positives. Early on, there were quite a few. But as they learned about our organization and the roles of individuals within it, that has drastically gone down. For example, initially, they would say so-and-so ran a script. Now, they know who our sys admins are and that running that script is typical for them. The benefits are the visibility into current critical security events and the effect on our time to respond. Binary Defense has helped reduce our security alerts because we know where our trouble points are, or if we're missing things, and what we need to deploy. It has given us visibility into what to put in and that is how it has helped us the most. I would estimate it has reduced our security alerts by 60 to 70 percent. It has improved our security posture significantly. And because they do a lot of the management for us, it has reduced our team's workload. We only have to work on the stuff that's identified as something we need to work on, so it has definitely helped performance.
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MP
Mar 18, 2021
Reliable with great technical support and excellent alerts
We primarily use the solution alongside Carbon Black. The solution monitors all of our computers in case there are any security problems related to our assets or computers. They contact us by email or by phone depending on if it's something very urgent. We have worked with them in developing a…

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"The solution's price is spot on; if anything, it's slightly below the norm for most services. Compared to building the same team internally, it would cost more to create the same amount of capability than what we get from an external team. Price-wise, Binary Defense is in a great spot."
"Binary Defense has changed its pricing model from being primarily based on the volume of data to one based on escalations and incidents they handle."
"It's valued at the right price. Even with the number of endpoints we have, we don't feel that it's a lot more than any competitor. In fact, it might be less expensive when you look at the fact that you're getting a full flex SOC out of it along with the tools."
"After we acquired this platform, we met with a number of different vendors. Binary Defense came in with a proposal that was surprisingly affordable. In fact, we were able to recoup the cost of their services within a short period of time. This is because Binary Defense is able to provide the same level of security as a team of two or three in-house analysts but at a fraction of the cost. As a result, Binary Defense is saving us an estimated $250,000 to $300,000 per year."
"The pricing is on target. Working with their sales team on pricing negotiations was a pleasant process. They were very respectful of the constraints we had and I feel that we're paying a fair price."
"From the initial cost that Binary Defense came in with, we pared it down quite a bit over the course of 30 or 60 days. My leadership would say that their cost was high, but realistically, they were in line with the market."
"Binary Defense MDR is priced competitively and may be slightly lower than CrowdStrike."
"The pricing isn't that bad, it's very competitive. I don't feel that it's over-priced and I don't feel that it's under-priced."
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Top Industries

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Computer Software Company
18%
Healthcare Company
8%
Manufacturing Company
7%
Financial Services Firm
7%
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Questions from the Community

What do you like most about Binary Defense MDR?
The most valuable feature is reviewing tickets and the notes added by technicians.
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Binary Defense MDR?
Binary Defense is reasonably priced, considering that it saves us from hiring personnel and deters threats that could...
What needs improvement with Binary Defense MDR?
The only area I see for improvement with Binary Defense is their service portal. It could benefit from some enhanceme...
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Binary Defense Vision, Binary Defense Managed Detection and Response, Binary Defense Managed Detection & Response
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Sample Customers

Securitas USA, Black Hills Energy, Lincoln Electric,The J.M. Smuckers Company, New York Community Bank, State of Connecticut, NCR
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