Editorial Staff Blogs
Verdict: Not much to say here besides that this product is SC Lab Approved and that is our highest award. This is one of the best UTMs we’ve tested and over long periods of use it has delivered very well. We make it SC Lab Approved for another year.
Verdict: Especially for organizations with limited expertise in applying all of the things a SIEM can do to protect their enterprises, this product is a must-see. However, any size organization can benefit by considering this as part of its security stack.
Verdict: There is a lot to getting this one up and running, but once it’s up and you have the things you want to monitor plugged in, this one of the most complete SIEMs we’ve seen.
Verdict: We like this a lot, especially for SMBs, although larger organizations certainly should not rule it out as too small. It’s not. For its value and feature set, as well as the efforts to improve and keep the product ahead of the curve, we make this our Best Buy.
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