Securonix Security Analytics Previous Solutions

Greg Stewart
Director of Intellectual Property Protection at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used ArcSight. The IT department had ArcSight deployed as a SIEM, so that was the system I used to create lists like top-ten emails to competitor domains, top-ten events for USB, top-ten people going to job-search domains through the web proxy, etc. ArcSight was not very sophisticated. It was just six PDF files a day that were representative of top-ten events in some predefined rule. There was no way to prioritize or score or, even better, correlate events. Securonix, in one example, as I mentioned, pulled together four events and chained them together, which would not have made any of the top-ten lists and that were significantly more important than anything on any of those top-ten lists that day. View full review »
ITProjec55d8
IT Project Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We didn't have a previous solution. On our homegrown system, we made a little bit of a homegrown solution, but the only thing it did was that if somebody had a high number of downloads, it would send us a note. On the commercial system, we were trapping things in the log, but the logs are typically about 1.5 million rows a day, and that's really tough to analyze by hand. That is why I said, "I can't do this. I need an analytics tool to do this." This was really the first analytics tool that we deployed for this particular purpose. View full review »
ChiefTecaa40
Chief Technology Officer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
We used QRadar. We switched to Securonix because we wanted something in the cloud. There was just too much work to maintain the previous system. Second, we wanted something that was analytics-based so that it would give us actionable threats, versus noise. Number three was that we wanted something that could integrate with our cloud applications faster. View full review »
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Edward Ruprecht
Lead Cyber Security Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We piloted Exabeam but we didn't go forward with them. View full review »
Amit Chopra
CEO/Executive Director at Iconic Engines
We used ArcSight. We started off by using ArcSight and Securonix in parallel. Over the years, once Securonix came up with the cloud offering, that was our main pivot point to move to Securonix. There were a lot of other reasons for the move. There was a lot of fatigue from the teams in terms of having to build the content, maintain the platform, manage it - the rules and everything else. In addition, we were going for a cloud-first strategy and we had a lot of cloud infrastructure that we were not able to manage. We were using machine learning, we were on of the early adopters of it. One of the most beneficial things we saw was the combination having UBA, the SIEM, and data lake in a single platform. It used to be that our analyst would get an alert out on out of UBA and then go back into ArcSight, try to find the event for it, extract the event, investigate, and go to a different ticketing system to do the incident management. We wanted to combine all of it and have one product or one location for all. View full review »
LeaderIn0c93
Leader - Investigations, Insider Threat at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did not have a previous solution. View full review »
SvpInsidd30c
SVP Insider Threat at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We did not have a previous solution. View full review »
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