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"The solutions price is fair for what they offer.""The price could be better. Normally, the costs depend on the country you're located in for the license. When we were in the initial stage, we went with the E5 license they call premium standard. It cost us around $5.20 per month for four users.""The price of the solution is high compared to others and we have lost some customers because of it."

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Top Answer: The solution is well integrated with applications. It is easy to maintain and administer.
Top Answer: The data recovery and backup could be improved.
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User-based threats, such as compromised accounts and malicious insiders continue to increase risk and exposure across organizations, adding complexity to the already difficult challenge of defending against an evolving threat landscape. UserXDR, LogRhythm’s user entity behavioral analytics (UEBA) solution, automatically identifies and prioritizes anomalous user behavior, bringing enhanced visibility and efficiency to the detection of these malicious threats.

Microsoft 365 Defender, part of Microsoft’s XDR solution, leverages the Microsoft 365 security portfolio to automatically analyze threat data across domains, building a complete picture of each attack in a single dashboard. With this breadth and depth of clarity defenders can now focus on critical threats and hunt for sophisticated breaches, trusting that the powerful automation in Microsoft 365 Defender detects and stops attacks anywhere in the kill chain and returns the organization to a secure state.

- Reduce signal noise by viewing prioritized incidents in a single dashboard. 

- Use the automated investigation capabilities to spend less time on detection and response.

- Take care of routine and complex remediation with Microsoft 365 Defender by auto-healing affected assets.

- Hunt across all your data, leveraging your organizational knowledge with custom queries. 

- Develop custom detection and response tools for long-term protection and improved security posture.

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LogRhythm UserXDR is ranked 21st in Extended Detection and Response (XDR) while Microsoft 365 Defender is ranked 7th in Extended Detection and Response (XDR) with 4 reviews. LogRhythm UserXDR is rated 0.0, while Microsoft 365 Defender is rated 7.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft 365 Defender writes "Stable and easy to use but could scan attachments faster". LogRhythm UserXDR is most compared with , whereas Microsoft 365 Defender is most compared with Azure Defender, Cisco SecureX and Cortex XDR by Palo Alto Networks.

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