Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR Pros review quotes

JP
Nov 11, 2021
Palo Alto has gotten the investigators more presence to actually go in the report because being that the platform will email the investigator that it's been assigned to, now the investigators will jump in there and start going through the review process a lot quicker.
Donald Keeber - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 1, 2024
I chose Cortex XSOAR because the client also has Palo Alto firewalls. I can incorporate the data from the Palo Alto firewalls into Cortex and send it into the same data lake to manipulate that data. It lets me manage and monitor the data in one place.
Chetankumar Savalagimath - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 19, 2023
For organizations that are stable with their security operations, like those with around 50 members in their security team running full-phased operations 24/7, Cortex is necessary.
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ML
Sep 8, 2021
It has an extensive list of integrations that are available out of the box which makes it easy to start.
Chetankumar Savalagimath - PeerSpot reviewer
May 15, 2021
The automation is excellent.
DL
Jul 21, 2022
They have a portal where you can find any kind of integration that you need.
Mostafa-Ahmed - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 1, 2023
What I like most about Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR is how user-friendly it is for development. It is much simpler to work with compared to similar tools I've used.
Jasmin Surani - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 3, 2024
The most valuable feature is its capability to automate responses and collect information for any security event before you even delve into the details. It's a vast product with an active roadmap, so I'm satisfied with it for now. It's very efficient at data collection and correlation.
Sara Qafa - PeerSpot reviewer
Apr 11, 2024
The product can automate security tasks.
MA
Oct 19, 2023
The product’s stability is good.
 

Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR Cons review quotes

JP
Nov 11, 2021
In terms of improvement, it needs to be more modular. It's not. When you're working in layouts and you create specific apps within layouts, there's no portability right now in order to reuse that code across multiple layouts. I can't take a tab and say I want to use this tab on these other layouts. I have to physically go in there and recreate it from scratch, which is maddening.
Donald Keeber - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 1, 2024
I would like to see Cortex become less dependent on Active Directory and group policies to manage the deployment. Maybe I need to update my understanding of how to deploy it, but that's the way I know how to use it.
Chetankumar Savalagimath - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 19, 2023
Previously, when Demisto was, there was a community edition; we could use it, reinstall it, and customize it. Since Palo Alto took over, it has become more financially oriented. It's business, but they could offer a pro model and a lighter model for different needs.
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ML
Sep 8, 2021
I would love to see more flexibility on what we can display and design on the dashboards.
Chetankumar Savalagimath - PeerSpot reviewer
May 15, 2021
When Palo Alto bought the solution, the pricing increased by 1.5 times. There's been a 50% increase, which is a lot.
DL
Jul 21, 2022
It's only one cloud right now. It might be helpful for some companies to have an on-premies option.
Mostafa-Ahmed - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 1, 2023
It doesn't offer automatic internet reports out of the box.
Jasmin Surani - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 3, 2024
There is room for improvement in support. The response time could be faster.
Sara Qafa - PeerSpot reviewer
Apr 11, 2024
The solution is complicated to learn.
MA
Oct 19, 2023
The tool’s multi-tenancy feature must be improved.