We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The product can be automated for network security purposes. The solution offers a great security automation response."
"It has a quick detection and response time."
"The initial setup is straightforward."
"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."
"I don't currently see where the solution is lacking features. For us and for our clients it works very well and we're pleased with it."
"The area that needs improvement is integration with multiple third-party vendors."
"Technical support could be improved."
"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."
As the digital attack surface expands, security teams must also expand their defense capabilities. Yet, adding additional security monitoring tools is not always the answer. Additional monitoring tools means more alerts for security teams to investigate, more context switching in the investigation process, and slower response times. This creates a number of challenges for security teams including alert fatigue, a lack of qualified security personnel to manage new tools, and slower response times.
Integrated into the Fortinet Security Fabric, FortiSOAR security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) remedies some of the biggest challenges facing cybersecurity teams today. Allowing security operation center (SOC) teams to create a custom automated framework that pulls together all of their organization's tools unifies operations, eliminating alert fatigue and reducing context switching. This allows enterprises to not only adapt, but also optimize their security process.
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.
Fortinet FortiSOAR is ranked 8th in Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) with 3 reviews while IBM Resilient is ranked 6th in Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) with 5 reviews. Fortinet FortiSOAR is rated 7.6, while IBM Resilient is rated 7.2. The top reviewer of Fortinet FortiSOAR writes "Accessible with good centralization and a straightforward initial setup". On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM Resilient writes "Easy to use with good stability but needs more documentation". Fortinet FortiSOAR is most compared with Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR, Cisco SecureX, Splunk Phantom, ServiceNow Security Operations and SECDO Platform, whereas IBM Resilient is most compared with Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR, Splunk Phantom, ServiceNow Security Operations, IBM Cloud Pak for Security and Siemplify. See our Fortinet FortiSOAR vs. IBM Resilient report.
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