TEHTRIS XDR vs Wazuh comparison

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Categories and Ranking

Microsoft Defender XDR
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Ranking in Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
5th
Average Rating
8.4
Number of Reviews
87
Ranking in other categories
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) (7th), Microsoft Security Suite (1st)
TEHTRIS XDR
Ranking in Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
31st
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
Wazuh
Ranking in Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
3rd
Average Rating
7.4
Number of Reviews
38
Ranking in other categories
Log Management (2nd), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) (3rd)
 

Mindshare comparison

As of June 2024, in the Extended Detection and Response (XDR) category, the mindshare of Microsoft Defender XDR is 23.3%, up from 6.7% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of TEHTRIS XDR is 0.1%, down from 1.0% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of Wazuh is 17.0%, up from 0.3% compared to the previous year. It is calculated based on PeerSpot user engagement data.
Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
Unique Categories:
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
8.4%
Microsoft Security Suite
4.9%
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Log Management
18.1%
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
26.3%
 

Featured Reviews

Benjamin Van Der Westhuyzen - PeerSpot reviewer
Jul 28, 2023
Provides us with better insight into what's going on across our platform
In the beginning, it's difficult to navigate the system because it is quite large. Just trying to find your way and understand how the system works can be hard. After spending quite a lot of time searching it's a lot easier, but I wish it were a bit more user-friendly when you're trying to find things. The information it provides is great, but for a newcomer, it is quite tedious and takes a long time to load. Here in South Africa, when you click, oftentimes you have to wait quite some time before you get to the next page. It's not necessarily internet-related. I think it's just that the service is a bit slow. Also, while the solution does help to prioritize threats, unfortunately, it doesn't do so for the entire environment. The reason is that it only supports full integration from Windows 10 and up. It provides you certain information from your server environment, but when you start going with legacy services, it is a bit lacking. Another issue that is sometimes a headache is that they constantly make changes. Things will be merged, they will get different names, or be moved around. Things will be added and other things go somewhere else. They do a lot of development to make the product better, but it's very frustrating having to search for stuff after they've moved it, because you don't always know that they have moved things. They might have little banners, but if you're just working and don't read them, you don't know where things have gone. I would also really like to see better integration with the server platforms for managing your server environment. That's something it currently doesn't do. For all the server environments, you either need to make use of group policies or SCCM to manage that independently. It can provide you information on the system, but it doesn't have control over your server line. Also, I make use of 365 Defender on a business level and on a personal level. On the personal level, there is a lot less functionality. Something that would be very nice is that, for the level you are on, you would only see the product you are subscribed to. For instance, if you log on via the business, you have all your action areas, anything you can do and see, on the left. Because you're using it at a corporate level, you can see and do everything. On the personal level, or in a small business where you're only using some of the features, you still have all the same options, but when you click on them, it tells you that you need to upgrade or subscribe. They should only show you what you have access to, and not all the tabs and then say, "You need to subscribe to get access to this." It just clutters the whole area.
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Usman Arif - PeerSpot reviewer
Sep 21, 2023
Transforming security features with notable vulnerability reduction and comprehensive compliance
It is used primarily for event management in our organization, which falls into the category of an edge Intrusion Detection System (IDS) or host Internet protection system. Our company is not very large, with around twenty to thirty servers and approximately one hundred fifty to two hundred…

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Pricing and Cost Advice

"The solution is affordable, and we haven't been hit with any hidden costs. The subscription model is straightforward, and it's easy to understand how much additional features cost. If we need to cancel a license or feature, we do that well in advance to avoid being charged for it, but overall, the pricing and licensing are simple and easy."
"I find the pricing to be quite competitive, especially considering its inclusion in our E5 subscription, which provides a comprehensive set of functionalities."
"Microsoft Defender XDR is included in our license."
"The functionality is fantastic, but for medium and small-sized companies it's overpriced. It would be better if it were a little bit cheaper."
"Microsoft Defender falls within a mid-tier price range compared to other security solutions."
"Sometimes 365 Defender is expensive, but it can be moderate, depending on the organization's size and the license type. We're satisfied with the cost because it gives us a product that protects our entire environment with DLP. To compromise some cost, of course, we are to complete the most secure environment."
"The solution is too expensive."
"It is 15 dollars per server per month. It is worth it, but it can be costly. It depends on the company's size."
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"It is a cost-effective solution."
"Wazuh is free and open source."
"Wazuh is open-source, but you must consider the total cost of ownership. It may be free to acquire, but you spend a lot of time and effort supporting the product and getting it to a point where it's useful."
"The solution's pricing is very competitive."
"It is an open-source product."
"Wazuh is a good tool, but the open-source version has scalability limitations."
"Wazuh is open-source, so I think it's an option for a small organization that cannot go for enterprise-grade solutions like Splunk."
"It is a free-of-cost solution."
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Top Industries

By visitors reading reviews
Computer Software Company
17%
Financial Services Firm
10%
Government
8%
Manufacturing Company
8%
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Computer Software Company
17%
Comms Service Provider
7%
Government
7%
Financial Services Firm
7%
 

Company Size

By reviewers
Large Enterprise
Midsize Enterprise
Small Business
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Questions from the Community

What do you like most about Microsoft 365 Defender?
Microsoft Defender XDR provides strong identity protection with comprehensive insights into risky user behavior and p...
What needs improvement with Microsoft 365 Defender?
Just like in any solution, the price can always be cheaper.
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What do you like most about Wazuh?
Integrates with various open-source and paid products, allowing for flexibility in customization based on use cases.
What needs improvement with Wazuh?
I have built some rules that produce duplicate alerts two or three times. Therefore, these rules should be consolidat...
What is your primary use case for Wazuh?
We use Wazuh for the onboarding of both Windows and Linux machines, as well as for firewall and SIM configuration. Th...
 

Also Known As

Microsoft 365 Defender, Microsoft Threat Protection, MS 365 Defender
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Sample Customers

Accenture, Deloitte, ExxonMobil, General Electric, IBM, Johnson & Johnson and many others.
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