Cylance Room for Improvement

Eric Rise
Network Administrator
Work on the math model. We are catching a lot of false positives, which gets to be a pain at the start of a deployment. It is not hard to decipher and add a global safe list, so you do not have to touch or adjust Clients on all endpoints. After you get passed the initial scan, it is clear sailing and very easy to manage and maintain. View full review »
C.J. Oosthuizen
Head of Cloud Services and Projects at Grove Group
To be honest, I think the product is, overall, quite good. It's working with AI Technology and machine learning. It picked up files that other platforms don't pick up. I don't really see any improvement. It's actually been great on its own. I would say one thing that they might need to bring in is protection for mobile devices. At the moment the Cylance agent supports Windows, Mac OS and Linux devices, but they do not have an app for Android and IOS yet. View full review »
CoFoundef9b2
Co-Founder, CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The downside is that the information displayed is not enriched enough. There was not much information available, that we could see. It should provide more details about the events that they have detected. There should be more information available post-incident. Basically, the user is informed that they have caught a threat, stopped it, and that's it. Users want to know what the threat was, the type of attack, how it got in, which IP address, did it go into lateral movement, etc. The kind of information that could be analyzed by IT experts to take forward and understand whether the attack is continuing, or not. They have some of this information but compared to other products, it's basic. View full review »
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Software4704
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I would like to see a better UI in terms of sifting through more specific data and providing analytics. A little bit more would be nice. View full review »
Sven Aurich
Wirtschaftspr├╝fer, CPA, Steuerberater at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
Improvements could be made on the user interface of the console. Also, right now it's just an antivirus and there's no firewall or anything. So we have to use the Windows firewall. It's a good firewall. But I think other companies have integrated products. The solution needs better dashboards that are easier to use. Also, a better user interface. Maybe even firewall integration of some kind. It would be helpful if you could see which threats have been detected, and have more information about what is going on. What I'm missing is a backup. In Norton, there was a backup included. In Cylance there is no backup, or at least no backup for the relevant system, programs, or software parts. View full review »
Thomas Reisel
IT Manager at TIGRA gmbh
Security is an issue because they don't get Powershell. They scan the usual software and they don't scan deeper. The security scripting needs improvement. It needs deeper security for scripting. Also, more speed, less RAM, and less CPU. View full review »
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