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Pros
"SecureX takes all the separate pieces of security within your company, adds in intelligence from different sites and services on the internet, and makes them work together.""Using SecureX, a tool provided by Cisco, we can easily integrate it with many of our other Cisco products such as Cisco ISE and many networking devices.""One of the most valuable features is the simplicity of deploying SecureX. It's very easy to do that and then you gain very detailed visibility into everything that's going on in your network and, obviously, at the device level. There's just a wealth of information that you can pull from all of these products that are part of SecureX. You know exactly if you have an issue or not.""SecureX enables us to have all the threat intelligence and threat event data in one place."

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"The solution is simple to use and to integrate with IBM QRadar.""Its flexibility is the most valuable.""It's really simple and has a flexible interface.""The solution is very easy to use.""The UBA, User Behavior Analytics, is very good."

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Cons
"The automation and orchestration could be simpler. It could be that all the other parts are that easy to use so that these stick out as a negative, but that's the trickiest part for us. The workflows within the orchestration are just a bit more difficult.""I'm not sure that I would call it a bug, but sometimes the solution is a little slow.""If they could make the Cisco Umbrella piece a little bit more advanced or easier to manage, that would help. We use it for filtering and when you compare it to a normal content filter, it lacks some functionality.""For us, the biggest sticking point is that the product is not being designed for multi-tenancy use at present, from an MSP perspective.""what's missing right now is the multi-tenant capability."

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"The implementation could be a bit simpler.""Its price needs improvement.""The integration could be improved so that it is easy to integrate with other solutions.""The product needs a bit more development.""The initial setup is complex."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"For the value you get, the pricing of the solution is excellent.""You can spend less money for another solution, but if you really want to have a good solution you have to pay. We are happy that we are getting such a good solution for what we are spending.""The pricing is competitive, especially for education institutions. Licensing can be a little bit difficult to navigate, especially with resellers with Cisco, but for us it has been pretty easy.""The product is absolutely free to any customer. As such, the only thing one must keep in mind is that as long as he already has one Cisco security product, irregardless of what that product is, SecureX is available for free."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: SecureX enables us to have all the threat intelligence and threat event data in one place.
Top Answer: The product is absolutely free to any customer that already has one Cisco security product. If one only wants to make use of the security analytics, this is super easy, as set up and integration of… more »
Top Answer: This is a relatively new offering from Cisco and some time is needed for the evolutionary development of the platform. It's good that there are some third party integrations available and it would be… more »
Top Answer: The solution is very easy to use.
Top Answer: The pricing is pretty good, however, the downside is that it is not a very mature product. When a company needs a playbook, they have to create one, and then they have to pay someone for that service… more »
Top Answer: The product needs a bit more development. We've had some compatibility issues that need to be resolved. There needs to be a bit more research done into that to figure out why it won't work. For… more »
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Overview

SecureX is a cloud-native, built-in platform experience that connects our Cisco Secure portfolio and your infrastructure. It is integrated and open for simplicity, unified in one location for visibility, and maximizes operational efficiency with automated workflows. Radically reduce threat dwell time and human-powered tasks to stay compliant and counter attacks.

The Resilient Incident Response Platform (IRP) is the leading platform for orchestrating and automating incident response processes.

The Resilient IRP quickly and easily integrates with your organization’s existing security and IT investments. It makes security alerts instantly actionable, provides valuable intelligence and incident context, and enables adaptive response to complex cyber threats.

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Sample Customers
NHS, Rackspace, UNC Pembroke, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Missing Piece
Golden Living, Health Equity, USA Funds
Top Industries
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Comms Service Provider53%
Computer Software Company14%
Government4%
University3%
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Computer Software Company33%
Comms Service Provider22%
Financial Services Firm10%
Media Company5%
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VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business8%
Midsize Enterprise9%
Large Enterprise83%
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Cisco SecureX is ranked 3rd in Extended Detection and Response (XDR) with 4 reviews while IBM Resilient is ranked 2nd in Security Incident Response with 5 reviews. Cisco SecureX is rated 9.2, while IBM Resilient is rated 7.2. The top reviewer of Cisco SecureX writes "Combines multiple sources of security intelligence, making it easy to correlate events in our environment with those outside of it". On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM Resilient writes "Easy to use with good stability but needs more documentation". Cisco SecureX is most compared with Cortex XDR by Palo Alto Networks, Fortinet FortiSOAR, Splunk Phantom, Trend Micro XDR and FireEye Helix, whereas IBM Resilient is most compared with Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR, Splunk Phantom, ServiceNow Security Operations, Fortinet FortiSOAR and Rapid7 InsightConnect.

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