Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR vs. Trend Micro Vision One

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR
Score 8.4 out of 10
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Cortex XSOAR, formerly Demisto and now from Palo Alto Networks since it was acquired in March 2019, provides orchestration to enable security teams to ingest alerts across sources and execute standardized, automatable playbooks for accelerated incident response. Its playbooks are powered by hundreds of integrations and thousands of security actions, striking the right balance between rapid machine execution and nuanced human oversight.N/A
Trend Micro Vision One
Score 7.8 out of 10
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The Trend Micro Vision One platform includes advanced XDR capabilities that collect and correlate deep activity data across multiple vectors – email, endpoints, servers, cloud workloads, and networks - to enable a level of detection and investigation that the vendor states is difficult or impossible to achieve with SIEM, EDR, or other individual point solutions.N/A
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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User Ratings
Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOARTrend Micro Vision One
Likelihood to Recommend
8.4
(8 ratings)
9.1
(1 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
10.0
(1 ratings)
9.1
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
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(0 ratings)
9.1
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Implementation Rating
10.0
(1 ratings)
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User Testimonials
Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOARTrend Micro Vision One
Likelihood to Recommend
Palo Alto Networks
XSOAR is well suited for phishing detection and response. Phishing alerts are as much of a
problem today as they were decades ago. This is because: ●Attackers Can leverage automation to launch high-quantity phishing attacks with the click
of a button.
●Spear Phishing attacks are sophisticated and sometimes indistinguishable from real
emails, resulting in compromise through human error.
●Security Teams aren’t able to follow set processes while responding to phishing alerts.
They must coordinate across email inboxes, threat intel, NGFW, ticketing, and
other tools. Each tool has different consoles, data conventions, and contexts,
making it difficult for security teams to fill in the gaps while minimizing
errors. XSOAR is less suited for analyzing traffic.
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Trend Micro
We were using Trend Micro Vision One as a demo and had a virus alert. Vision One gave us complete visibility into the incident and allowed us to easily perform incident response and glen up the laptop in question.
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Pros
Palo Alto Networks
  • Automation with immediate security responses.
  • Comprehensive phishing protection and increased email protection.
  • Analysis and reporting feature.
  • Intuitive and easy-to-view panels.
  • Alerts by email and sms of incidents for the administration.
  • Centralized monitoring.
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Trend Micro
  • Visibility of Threats and how they are trying to communicate out.
  • Using predictive analytics and machine learning to monitor for emerging threats.
  • Increased Risk Visibility that ties back to the MITRE ATT&CK Framework.
  • Easy integration with Apex One.
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Cons
Palo Alto Networks
  • The XSOAR bot creates a lot of noise on the summary page of any XSOAR incident. Although the filter is available to reduce the view, by default this should not be visible cluttering the whole scenario.
  • The interface has too much data on a single pane. I would love to have many buttons to just click and do stuff.
  • Also, I would love to have search areas more interactive and easier to navigate.
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Trend Micro
  • It is a great product and continually improving.
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Likelihood to Renew
Palo Alto Networks
It has proven to be far to valuable and effective to consider getting rid of it. Until something better comes along, this is staying in our product stack.
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Trend Micro
We are very happy with the product and impressed with their future road map of features.
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Support Rating
Palo Alto Networks
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Trend Micro
They have helped walk us through setup and made sure everything was properly configured.
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Implementation Rating
Palo Alto Networks
It was much easier than we all anticipated.
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Trend Micro
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Palo Alto Networks
The quantity of integrations with security solutions is highest in Palo Alto Solution. The capacity to identify anomalous events is much better in Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR. The flexibility of increased storage area is better as well. The dashboard is very intuitive about showing the most important incidents and how to resolve them.
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Trend Micro
We were already using Apex One and Trend Micro Vision One easily integrated into our existing services.
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Return on Investment
Palo Alto Networks
  • Demisto has Eased malware analysis and threat hunting
  • With Demisto, it is simple to create playbooks and scripts
  • This is helped automate policy configurations on our PA firewalls through Panorama
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Trend Micro
  • Improved visibility into incidents.
  • Uses analytics & threat intelligence to look for indicators of compromise when it comes to new threats like the RUYK Ransomeware and Darkside.
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