Securonix Security Analytics Scalability

Greg Stewart
Director of Intellectual Property Protection at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Now that we are on the cloud-based version, scalability is limited only by what we want to spend. The more events per second we add, the more the cost goes up. But that's the same with any model, anywhere. We're limited only in budget. They appear to be scalable to handle anything we can put into it. View full review »
ITProjec55d8
IT Project Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
It's certainly extremely scalable. They have a lot of connectors into different data sources. We haven't identified a data it seems we wouldn't be able to read in. We certainly have plans to increase usage. We started this as more of a pilot with engineering data access on these two systems. Currently, on our homegrown system, there are about 20,000 users a month. On the commercial system, which houses a lot of the engineering model data, there about 13,000 users. That's the number of people whose activities we're looking at. That's internal, customer employees, as well as contract-contingent workers, onsite and offsite. View full review »
ChiefTecaa40
Chief Technology Officer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
The good thing about being in a SaaS solution is that we are agnostic to the platform. We don't see the Hadoop platform at all, but it provides benefits in terms of scalability. If we are sending 10,000 events per second and I want to scale that to 15,000 events per second next year, I know the platform can scale. That means I don't have to come up with a different deployment or start from zero again. That is definitely a benefit. I don't have to worry about the complexity, but I get the benefit of it being able to scale. View full review »
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Edward Ruprecht
Lead Cyber Security Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We haven't had any issues with scalability. We've been able to send more log sources to it and we haven't had any issues with them being able to handle the volume. We have close to 6,000 employees. We have about 9,000 servers and workstations in total, and we're sending about 5,000 events per second. We have plans to increase our use of Securonix. Right now we use a different vendor for SIEM, LogRhythm, and we use Securonix for UEBA. We're looking at potential options to consolidate to one platform. View full review »
Amit Chopra
CEO/Executive Director at Iconic Engines
Scalability-wise, it's great. I had some doubts when we started because they're using Solar and I heard some colleagues say that Solar would not be so scalable. But I was amazed at how they architected it. The scalability has been pretty good. We looked at a bunch of solutions, including Splunk. The search speed is pretty fast. We are able to search for data much faster than we were able to when we looked at Splunk Cloud. The elasticity part is very helpful. If we give them a huge peak in EPS once in a while, or if our EPS drops down, it elastically grows very quickly, without any downtime or any issues. When our EPS increases the solution does not drop any data. My team has raved about how well we are doing with searching and threat-hunting on it. View full review »
LeaderIn0c93
Leader - Investigations, Insider Threat at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We were able to increase it. It's scalable, but with some work on-prem; we're not cloud. But it is scalable. The issues were mostly from our environment: networking and support. My team only is the only team that's using it and it's one hundred percent part of our daily functions. We have plans to increase usage, and extensively. We're about 50 percent of the way to where we want it to be. View full review »
SvpInsidd30c
SVP Insider Threat at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
My understanding is that it's scalable, but I don't get into that piece. View full review »
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