Anonymous UserChief Information Security Officer at a venture capital & private equity firm
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The central manager policy means we have almost all client modules in one solution."
"From a single dashboard, I can take a look at several things including the endpoint protection, the file integrity section, the data activity monitor, and more."
"The central management console is the solution's most valuable aspect."
"The graphical interface of the solution is its most valuable aspect."
"The security is a key feature and the console is very user friendly."
"Technical support is very helpful."
"The general endpoint protection is valuable, and it is easy to manage."
"The reporting services are great. With reporting services, if you have customers that just visit a URL you can see the result - including why it's blocked and how and how the URL was first recognized as malicious."
"The detection aspect should be improved so that signatures are updated more quickly."
"There is a problem when it comes to agent communication and duplicate records, where the rebooting of a machine leads to the installation of a new agent and you get a lot of duplicate records that ultimately affect your compliance monitoring."
"There needs to be support for Mac computers. Currently, McAfee does not work on iOS."
"The solution sometimes has some false positives on IP addresses, from the web control aspect of the product. This needs to be improved."
"Lacks a single plug-in for multiple uses."
"Sometimes agents hang. We have to reinstall the agents."
"There should be more insights and completeness into the cyber kill chain, similar to CrowdStrike and SentinelOne. It just seems a little outdated in being 100% signature-based without all of the insights and protections that come with CrowdStrike and SentinelOne. Overall, they've got some catching up to do if they plan to compete in the comprehensive EDR space."
"The solution should be simpler for the end-user in terms of reporting and navigating the product."
"It is attractively priced. It is a fraction of what we're going to pay for CrowdStrike or SentinelOne, but it only has a fraction of the capabilities as well."
ThreatQ is a Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) designed to enable threat operations and management. ThreatQ is the only solution with an integrated Threat Library, Adaptive Workbench and Open Exchange that help you to act upon the most relevant threats facing your organization and to get more out of your existing security infrastructure.
McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator is ranked 5th in Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) with 7 reviews while ThreatQ is ranked 11th in Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) with 1 review. McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator is rated 7.8, while ThreatQ is rated 7.0. The top reviewer of McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator writes "Great graphical interface, good log events, and a simple setup". On the other hand, the top reviewer of ThreatQ writes "Good reporting and pretty stable but needs to be simpler to use". McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator is most compared with McAfee MVISION ePO, Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, Symantec Data Loss Prevention, Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention and Digital Guardian, whereas ThreatQ is most compared with ThreatConnect Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP), Recorded Future, ReversingLabs Titanium Platform, IntSights and EclecticIQ.
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