LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Pricing and License Cost

Avraham Sonenthal
Senior Network Engineer at a government with 5,001-10,000 employees
This is a solution for people who have cash to spend. Everything is expensive with LogRhythm, and you don't get anything for free. I suggest that everybody who uses this product receive the full training and certification, and can also afford to pay for the high-level engineering support. If you don't have the money for the training, then it's not for you. It costs approximately $5,000, but if you don't get it then you won't be an efficient user. It is a very complicated product, so the training has to be a commitment that you're willing to make. The training cannot be for a single person, but everybody who will be using the product. LogRhythm sells you a box that has a certain capacity for incoming log messages. Once you exceed that capacity, you have to buy another box and cluster it. It's expensive. It is for environments where the money is not a barrier. View full review »
Kevin Merolla
Security Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Definitely do a PoC. * Get an appliance in your system and your company. * Get your PoC guys to sign their CTU. * Then, truly think through the business case for this device. What is it that the business finds important, and how can this appliance/device enable the business to know more about the solution, and to protect that solution from anything. Because if you start with what we like in the tech industry and what we want to do, you are going to be talking about red team exercises and hacking attempts, and those are all good things to have, but they just do not translate on that initial ask for $100,000s. You really need to target the business, find out what is important to them, then focus that stuff in, and try to answer their questions with the PoC. Then, they will sign any check you hand them. View full review »
Computer0e92
Administrator Executive at a individual & family service with 10,001+ employees
I would recommend talking to the rep. That's the biggest thing because they will know what questions to ask. View full review »
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Jacob Hinkle
Security Engineer at Managed Technology Services LLC
The nice thing about LogRhythm is you can either use the agents, getting a certain number of agents with your license depending on how you want to go, and those agents do a lot of cool things, or you can use CIS Log host, then you have like an unlimited number of them. So, we have used the CIS Log for a lot of ours because it was easy to put into LogRhythm and change the destination of our CIS log solution. Now, our CIS Logs go into LogRhythm, and it's easy. You see them pop up there, then you just accept them as new log sources, and bingo you're in. Now, you're working. So, it is really good. View full review »
Wadson Fleurigene
Information Security Engineer at Seminole Tribe of Florida
When it comes time to renew, they say, "This is what you are using. This is what we can do for you." So, they work with you on pricing. View full review »
Kurt Schroeder
Senior Security Engineer at a manufacturing company with 5,001-10,000 employees
SecurityOps35453
Security Operations Center Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
In comparison to the competition, they are more affordable. This allows us to do more with less. View full review »
Securityd96b
Security Administrator at a tech services company
I would recommend that whatever sales quotes to them upfront, they will probably go up. Because they are probably going to outgrow that very quickly or once they start getting everything into it, they are going to have to move up anyway. Better to do it upfront and have that headroom. View full review »
Gordon Wallum
IT Security Administrator at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The setup was pretty straightforward. They sent us the appliance, we tailored it to our needs, made sure our network met everything it was looking for. We worked with their support a little bit on what they recommend for setting everything up. We had a kick-off meeting before they sent the appliance to us and they handed all the documentation to us. That aspect's good. But working with the engineering support has lacked. View full review »
CyberSec605c
Cyber Security Engineer at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Look for whatever will give you the most value. That's the main point. It is not one size fits all. View full review »
ManagerO3308
Manager Of Cyber Security at a healthcare company
Look at your staffing. Do you have highly technical people on your staff? If you do, then you obviously want to buy the product and look at your scalability options. If you don't have your staff, absolutely look into the co-pilot and factor that into your cost evaluation. View full review »
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