IBM X-Force Overview

IBM X-Force is the #10 ranked solution in our list of top Threat Intelligence Platforms. It is most often compared to IBM QRadar: IBM X-Force vs IBM QRadar

What is IBM X-Force?
IBM X-Force Exchange is a cloud-based threat intelligence sharing platform enabling users to rapidly research the latest security threats, aggregate actionable intelligence and collaborate with peers. IBM X-Force Exchange is supported by human- and machine-generated intelligence leveraging the scale of IBM X-Force.

IBM X-Force is also known as X-Force Exchange, X-Force.

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Director Cyber Security at a consultancy
This product has helped to increase staff productivity, but would like to have more AI capabilities to detect threat

What is our primary use case?

The primary use case for the solution is for incident response and detecting threats. We are using the latest version of the exposed rack.

Pros and Cons

  • "This product has helped to increase staff productivity."
  • "We would like to have more AI capabilities to detect threats and improve its productivity from a cybersecurity standpoint."

What other advice do I have?

Look for tools that has a lot more AI capability. There is two aspects to it: Learning the AI and training AI. At this point, the industry is more at the point of learning the AI. The tool is a good. It's a good product. IBM is clearly a leader in the industry. We have all aspects of security: compliance, identity management, security incident and event management, and application security. The tool came in to compliment a lot of efforts that we had already been doing.