Compare Carbon Black Cb Response vs. Cybereason Deep Respond [EOL]

Carbon Black Cb Response is ranked 2nd in Security Incident Response with 9 reviews while Cybereason Deep Respond [EOL] is ranked unranked in Security Incident Response with 1 review. Carbon Black Cb Response is rated 8.8, while Cybereason Deep Respond [EOL] is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Carbon Black Cb Response writes "Enhanced logging allowed us to quickly identify/resolve security issues". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Cybereason Deep Respond [EOL] writes "Detects a problem very quickly and enables us to prevent an issue before it occurs". Carbon Black Cb Response is most compared with Carbon Black CB Defense, Fidelis Elevate and Cynet, whereas Cybereason Deep Respond [EOL] is most compared with .
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The most valuable feature is its ability to seek out abnormal activity and to create alerts.The market information they gather from the community is really good. Their configuration capabilities are good.Integration and scalability are the most valuable.Carbon Black insures the probability that any ransomware will be stopped before spreading.They're highly stable in comparison with other solutions I have.The most valuable features are the threat-hunting and the batch console.Carbon Black Cb Response excels at providing context to indicators when responding to incidents. It allows responders to understand the entire scope of an incident and quickly contain it to minimize impact and disruption.The enhanced logging and data analysis of the incident response and investigation components allowed us to quickly identify and resolve security issues before they could spread.

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We have 20,000 endpoints in our organization. It's very critical to monitor each and every device with any of our solutions. By deploying Cybereason, it collects all the information from every computer and it will feed it to the AI engine and do a malware check. It's very clear cut and we save a lot of time. It detects the problem very quickly and we can prevent an issue before it occurs.

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It's not highly available, so you have to have a core server. If the primary server goes down, you need a new one. It's not available at the same time, however. It's not automatically swapped from one server to another.They have different products, but if we wanted to take their protection and their EPR, then we would need to have two agentsIt's not simple.The cloud console has a lot of bugs and issues in the analysis part.The dashboard should be more user-friendly.They need to improve the batch console. It needs more capabilities. We are limited by the ones it provides...The solution needs to simplify the process of adding custom watchlists, as well as embrace YARA for rule creation.Setup is incredibly complex and poorly documented. Every time an upgrade was needed we would need to engage Professional Services for troubleshooting help. Certificates and web services proved to be the most significant sticking points. Since the product runs on a Linux platform, perhaps having staff with more Linux experience could have alleviated some difficulty.

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It's all on the analysis part. They currently support from email only. If we have a problem with Cybereason like high memory utilization, for example, we send an email to their team and they respond when they see it, but there is no on-call support. They don't offer the ability to call them.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
Purchase Professional Services up front as part of the implementation package, then renew hours annually to ensure you have adequate support for upgrades and enhancements. Overbuy by at least 10% to account for infrastructure growth.We had no issues purchasing through our preferred reseller and were able to get a fair price even when not purchasing direct. Carbon Black Enterprise Response didn’t break the bank, though adding on the matching antivirus and anti-malware components of the Protect product was more than we could afford, even with some discounting. Cb Response is really designed to complement Carbon Black’s Defense product. While Response can be used on its own, coupling with Defense seems like the best strategy if you can afford the price tag.

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Overview

CB Response is an industry-leading incident response and threat hunting solution designed
for security operations center (SOC) teams. CB Response continuously records and stores
unfiltered endpoint data, so that security professionals can hunt threats in real time and
visualize the complete attack kill chain. It leverages the CB Predictive Security Cloud’s
aggregated threat intelligence, which is applied to the endpoint activity system of record for
evidence and detection of these identified threats and patterns of behavior.

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