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"The solution works well when used with other Microsoft solutions.""The stability of the solution is very good."

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"The most valuable feature is being able to take data and put it into other systems so that we could see the output, and to see where we need to apply our focus.""It's straightforward in terms of configuration and troubleshooting and log management and monitoring as well. These are the edge points in addition to it being a modular solution where you can capitalize on your current licenses with extra licensing models, which can match the customer's business requirement and it can help the customer to design or to actually plan for their own roadmap.""The solution is extremely scalable. Our customers are regularly scaling up after installing Splunk.""The most valuable features are the indexing and powerful search features.""The solution is definitely scalable.""This intelligent user behavior analytics package is easy to configure and use while remaining feature filled.""The product is at the forefront of auto-remediation networking. It's great.""This is a good security product."

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"It would be ideal if the interface allowed for more granular configurations. For example, if I were to set a rule that is a deviation from the pre-defined rules in the Microsoft product, there's conflict.""There are occasions where it generates some false positives and you have to embark into figuring it out. You need to find out if it was a true alert or a false positive. It's a little bit cumbersome in that area."

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"The solution is much more expensive than relative competitors like ArcSight or LogRhythm. It makes it hard to sell to customers sometimes.""They should work to add more built-in correlation searches and more use cases based on worldwide customer experiences. They need more ready-made use cases.""The correlation engine should have persistent and definable rules.""In the future I would like to see simplified statistics and analytical threats.""The ability to do more complicated data investigation would be a welcome addition for pros, though the functionality now gives most people what they need.""Currently, a lot of network operations need improvement. We still need people to handle incidents. Our vision is to leverage status and convert it directly from the network devices. It would be ideal if we could take action using APIs and API code and remove manual processes.""The price of Splunk UBA is too high."

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"I believe we are looking into new licenses. They may be called the E5. Honestly, I don't have it on top of my mind, but I think it's around seven to $10 a user per month."

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"The licensing costs is around 10,000 dollars.""Pricing varies based on the packages you choose and the volume of your usage."

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Top Answer: The solution isn't overly expensive. It's quite affordable. It's not the priciest option on the market. I'm not sure of the exact cost as its not an aspect of the solution I directly deal with.
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Also Known As
Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics
Caspida, Splunk UBA
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Overview
Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA) provides a simple and fast way to understand what is happening within your network by identifying suspicious user and device activity with built-in intelligence and providing clear and relevant threat information on a simple attack timeline. Microsoft ATA is an on-premises platform to help you protect your enterprise from advanced targeted attacks by automatically analyzing, learning, and identifying normal and abnormal entity (user, devices, and resources) behavior. It detects suspicious activities and malicious attacks with behavioral analytics, adapts to the changing nature of cyber-security threats, focuses on what is important with a simple attack timeline and reduces false positive fatigue.
Splunk User Behavior Analytics is a behavior-based threat detection is based on machine learning methodologies that require no signatures or human analysis, enabling multi-entity behavior profiling and peer group analytics – for users, devices, service accounts and applications. It detects insider threats and external attacks using out-of-the-box purpose-built that helps organizations find known, unknown and hidden threats, but extensible unsupervised machine learning (ML) algorithms, provides context around the threat via ML driven anomaly correlation and visual mapping of stitched anomalies over various phases of the attack lifecycle (Kill-Chain View). It uses a data science driven approach that produces actionable results with risk ratings and supporting evidence that increases SOC efficiency and supports bi-directional integration with Splunk Enterprise for data ingestion and correlation and with Splunk Enterprise Security for incident scoping, workflow management and automated response. The result is automated, accurate threat and anomaly detection.
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Sample Customers
Turkish Airlines, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Empa, The Alberta Teachers' Association
8 Securities, AAA Western, AdvancedMD, Amaya, Cerner Corporation, CJ O Shopping, CloudShare, Crossroads Foundation, 7-Eleven Indonesia
Top Industries
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company27%
Comms Service Provider17%
Government11%
Financial Services Firm7%
REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm57%
Insurance Company14%
Government14%
Security Firm14%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company24%
Comms Service Provider21%
Financial Services Firm8%
Government8%
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Small Business18%
Midsize Enterprise36%
Large Enterprise45%
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Microsoft ATA [EOL] is ranked unranked in User Behavior Analytics - UEBA with 2 reviews while Splunk User Behavior Analytics is ranked 3rd in User Behavior Analytics - UEBA with 8 reviews. Microsoft ATA [EOL] is rated 5.0, while Splunk User Behavior Analytics is rated 8.2. The top reviewer of Microsoft ATA [EOL] writes "Good integration, simple to maintain, and very stable". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Splunk User Behavior Analytics writes "Easy to configure and easy to use solution that integrates with many applications and scripts ". Microsoft ATA [EOL] is most compared with Varonis Datalert, Securonix UEBA, Rapid7 InsightIDR, Exabeam and IBM QRadar User Behavior Analytics, whereas Splunk User Behavior Analytics is most compared with Darktrace, Cisco Stealthwatch, Exabeam, Varonis Datalert and ELK Elasticsearch.

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