LogPoint Room for Improvement

Kedar Kulkarni
Manager Pre-sales Information Security at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Nowadays the trend is going towards ransomware and endpoint detection and response. So if they added something for that, that would be very useful. Plus, there is a trend towards store technology for security orchestration and automated response. That would reduce the workload and the product would be more mature, in terms of information. They should also work on better integration. View full review »
Jeroen Kroon
Security Manager at Scildon
LogPoint is complex and we don't have the skills to maintain use cases or even to extend the use cases. Because of this, we are unable to take advantage of the SIEM platform. We need something more self-running, hosted, and automatically recognizes problems the way the AI platforms are providing. The interface needs things like wizards that will assist with creating complex correlation rules. The platform is very resource-demanding, although this is typical of SIEM solutions. View full review »
Security Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The solution should offer more integrations with third-party solutions, like incident response platforms, or allow access to third-party big data. View full review »
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