AT&T Managed Security Services Overview

AT&T Managed Security Services is the #4 ranked solution in our list of top Managed Security Services tools. It is most often compared to Verizon Managed Security Services: AT&T Managed Security Services vs Verizon Managed Security Services

What is AT&T Managed Security Services?

AT&T offers a wide range of security services, availability and recovery services that provide integrated business continuity and security solutions to support your complex networking environments. We help organizations design, deploy, manage and evolve networks, systems and applications that are reliable and contain security features designed to help protect against cyber attacks and business interruptions.

AT&T Managed Security Services Customers

Childrens Health System of Texas

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Jayasiri Amarasena
Director Technical Services at Eguardian lanka
Real User
Top 10Leaderboard
Mar 14, 2020
Incident reporting, logging, and reports alarms and alerts

What is our primary use case?

The AT&T product comes with a lot of correlation rules and orchestration rules. But when we install the system for a particular client, we have been looking at their business objectives and then trying to customize the system to meet their unique business requirements. For example, some of the clients would like to see what is happening on the perimeter and the traffic entering the network. This might be the case when they are concerned with any attacks always coming in a particular way or if there is any probing going on from outside parties. In other cases, the clients may be mostly trying… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The product is powerful and rapidly developing into an all-in-one solution."
  • "The depth of the technical documentation needs to be improved."

What other advice do I have?

Advice that I would give to any customer considering the product is that if they want a top solution for their business model, they should do a 30-day proof of concept trial. That gives the customer the confidence that the product has the features that are required by the company and they can get a feel for how friendly the dashboards are. We are not just selling a product but, in our case, we sell a complete service. To do that, we bundle it with other components like incident response so customers get a complete package solution. Before a customer selects AT&T products, the best thing to do…