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Top Answer: Licensing is on an annual basis. Maintenance and renewal fees are separate. Varonis Datalert is quite expensive.
Top Answer: The troubleshooting capabilities could be improved. It has so many interconnected components. It connects with Active Directory, SharePoint, Exchange, and NetApp. Trying to troubleshoot all of these… more »
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Change Auditor Threat Detection offers a unique approach to user threat detection by modeling individual user behavior patterns to detect anomalous activity that might indicate suspicious users or compromised accounts. By analyzing user activity, using proprietary advanced learning technology, user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), and sophisticated, scoring algorithms, Change Auditor Threat Detection ranks the highest risk users in your organization, identifies potential user threats and reduces the noise from false positive alerts. Overcome the gaps left behind by native auditing tools and keep your environment secure.

Varonis Datalert prevents data breaches and alert on suspicious activity, stop ransomware, and defend your data from insider threats. It monitors enterprise assets for suspicious activity and unusual behavior, detecting critical events and compromised assets on your core infrastructure: Windows, UNIX/Linux, NAS, Active Directory, SharePoint, Exchange, and Office 365. It detects insider threats and cyber threats by analyzing data, account activity, and user behavior and automate responses to suspicious activity and alert on unusual behavior - using deep analysis of metadata, machine learning, and advanced User Behavior Analytics (UBA).

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Quest Change Auditor Threat Detection is ranked 28th in User Behavior Analytics - UEBA while Varonis Datalert is ranked 10th in User Behavior Analytics - UEBA with 2 reviews. Quest Change Auditor Threat Detection is rated 0.0, while Varonis Datalert is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Varonis Datalert writes "It does a good job on file share awareness and has phenomenal technical support". Quest Change Auditor Threat Detection is most compared with , whereas Varonis Datalert is most compared with Splunk User Behavior Analytics, Rapid7 InsightVM, Exabeam Fusion SIEM, ObserveIT and ManageEngine Log360.

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