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Top Answer: The installation was straightforward.
Top Answer: The solution is expensive and should be less so. I believe there is a per-seat license. As the count goes up, the price can decline. We pay on an annual basis.
Top Answer: The only feature needing improvement which comes to mind is the need for better pricing for the licensing.
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Overview

Companies today are experiencing a higher risk to breach than ever before. They are
unable to recruit and retain security expertise, keep pace with current threats and a rapidly
expanding attack surface. These challenges along with an overwhelming number of alerts
create an increased risk to the business.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) combines an elite team of researchers,
investigators and responders with a purpose-built Cisco® MDR threat intelligence,
automation and response platform, and defined investigations and response playbooks
supported by Cisco Talos® threat research. The service leverages Cisco’s world-class
integrated security architecture to advance security operations capabilities by delivering
industry-leading 24x7x365 threat detection and response to reduce mean time to detect
and contain threats faster with relevant, meaningful and prioritized response actions.

FireEye Managed Defense is a managed detection and response (MDR) service that combines industry-recognized cyber security expertise, FireEye technology and unparalleled knowledge of attackers to help minimize the impact of a breach.

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Globe Telecom, Landbank of the Philippines, Luz Technologies, Northshore Utility District, Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Teck Resources, Vodafone
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Comms Service Provider51%
Computer Software Company13%
Government7%
Financial Services Firm6%
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Comms Service Provider24%
Computer Software Company24%
Manufacturing Company10%
Construction Company8%
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Cisco MDR is ranked 23rd in Managed Detection and Response (MDR) while FireEye Managed Defense is ranked 9th in Managed Detection and Response (MDR) with 1 review. Cisco MDR is rated 0.0, while FireEye Managed Defense is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of FireEye Managed Defense writes "The MDR team does a good job of giving us limited, periodic briefings". Cisco MDR is most compared with CrowdStrike Falcon Complete, whereas FireEye Managed Defense is most compared with Trend Micro Managed XDR, Arctic Wolf AWN CyberSOC, CrowdStrike Falcon Complete, eSentire and BlueVoyant Managed Security Services.

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