SIEM Competitive Comparison

Securonix vs. Splunk, Exabeam, LogRhythm and IBM QRadar

The threat landscape keeps getting more complex. The trend toward cloud and hybrid environments complicate your cybersecurity posture.

Legacy security solutions are struggling with poor scalability, lack of cloud security capabilities, and weak rule-based threat detection techniques. Modern SIEM technology is evolving to meet these new cyber security challenges. Being able to separate modern SIEM solutions from legacy SIEM solutions is critical.

Built on big data, Securonix Next-Gen SIEM combines log management, user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), and security incident response into a complete, end-to-end security operations platform. It collects massive volumes of data in real time, uses patented machine learning algorithms to detect advanced threats, and provides artificial intelligence-based security incident response capabilities for fast remediation.

Explore How Securonix Next-Gen SIEM Compares to the Competition

Securonix Splunk Exabeam LogRhythm IBM QRadar
Pricing Flat Pricing - Priced by Number of Employees
Priced by Data
Priced by Employees and Also by Assets
(Pay 2X)

Priced by Data
Architecture One Platform With Single Backend for Log Management, SIEM, UEBA, and SOAR
Multiple Products Running on Different Backends

Multiple Products Running on Different Backends

Multiple Products Running on Different Backends
Architecture SaaS Offering Partial
No SaaS UEBA
Partial
Recently Announced - in Nascent Stages
Architecture Open Platform - Own Your Own Data
Architecture Horizontal Scalability
Multiple Isolated Deployments
Data Enrichment Enrich Data in Real Time, at Ingestion Partial
Active Directory-based enrichment in UEBA
Threat Detection Create or Update Content From the UI
Requires Backend Changes
Limited Content
(Less Than 10 Statistical Models)
Threat Detection Ability to Deploy Your Own Analytics
Threat Detection Ability to Search on Live Data
Zero Latency
Threat Detection Behavior Analytics Content
Patented Machine Learning With Packaged Applications for Insider and Cyber Threats
Limited Built-In Content
Do It on Your Own
Limited Content
User-Centric Use Cases
Limited Built-In Content Limited Built-In Content
Threat Detection Adaptive (Self Learning) Models to Auto Tune Noise
Incident Response Content With Kill Chain Analytics (e.g. Mitre Modeling)
Incident Response Timeline View of Activities
Compliance Data Privacy With GDPR Specific Workflows Partial
Limited Data Masking Capability in UEBA Only

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2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant For SIEM

Download this report and find out why Gartner has once again named Securonix a leader based on completeness of vision and ability to execute.

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Gartner: Critical Capabilities for Security Information and Event Management 2020

Download this report and find out what Gartner has to say about the essential capabilities to look for when evaluating SIEM solutions.

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The 8 Critical Features of a Modern SIEM

When comparing SIEM solutions there are the eight features you should look for that distinguish between a legacy SIEM solution and a modern SIEM solution.

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Must-Have Capabilities for a Next-Gen SIEM

For an analyst perspective on what capabilities are critical when comparing a modern SIEM, watch this webinar presented by Joseph Blankenship, Principal Analyst at Forrester, and Sachin Nayyar, CEO of Securonix.

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Customer Case Studies

Case Studies

Iconic Engine Monitors Security Events with Securonix Next-Gen SIEM on AWS

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Simeio Uses Securonix Next-Gen SIEM on AWS for Advanced Threat Detection

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Using Cloud-Based SIEM to Safeguard Real Estate Firm

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AmerisourceBergen Uses Securonix Next-Gen SIEM to Reduce Risk

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