Cisco SecureX

Cisco SecureX

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Cisco SecureX

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Unified Security

10 out of 10
January 13, 2022
We use Cisco SecureX to integrate the security solutions we have with [other] Cisco [products] such as Duo and Umbrella among others. This …
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Fully integrated

7 out of 10
January 07, 2021
We use [Cisco SecureX (formerly Threat Response)] to aggregate all the data across all of our security products and automate logins. It is …
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What is Cisco SecureX?

Cisco Threat Response automates integrations across select Cisco Security products and accelerates key security operations functions: detection, investigation, and remediation. Threat Response integrates threat intelligence from Cisco Talos and third-party sources, which adds context from integrated…

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What is Cisco SecureX?

For those overwhelmed by too many investigation tools, the vendor offers Cisco SecureX threat response (formerly named Cisco Threat Response).

They state that it accelerate threat hunting and incident management by aggregating and correlating intelligence and data across infrastructure, in one view. Threat response is a key feature of SecureX, the built-in platform experience included with Cisco Security products.

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Cisco Threat Response automates integrations across select Cisco Security products and accelerates key security operations functions: detection, investigation, and remediation. Threat Response integrates threat intelligence from Cisco Talos and third-party sources, which adds context from integrated Cisco Security products automatically so you know instantly which of your systems was targeted and how.

The most common users of Cisco SecureX are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Computer Networking industry.

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Reviews and Ratings

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Ava Harris Garza | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
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Cisco SecureX is a valuable solution for our company because since we use it it is easier to visualize all our infrastructure and its security, that is why we use said software at the level of all our infrastructure because it not only helps us to have better visibility of its security, but it also guarantees us analysis and automation in the presence of suspicious movements, giving us the advantage of high detection and quick and precise responses in the event of a threat.
Sebastián Sarasate | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
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In our company, we have been using Cisco SecureX to manage and protect each site in Argentina and Brazil (+160 locations) for more than 2 years and in more than 2500 roaming clients. The management of this environment (more than one thousand devices) is so complex and we need a tool to unify the observability.
Vagner Silva - CCIE Security | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Currently the people security market it’s suffering from a lack of trained people. On the other side, we’re seeing robots hacking globally. Cisco SecureX came to resolve some of those issues by helping the automatization of many playbooks, which are daily activities that used to consume a lot of hours from analysts. The product has also a single pane of glass to bring visibility for the team, so they don’t need to look into multiple sources to have the information from each Security product. Recently in Cisco SecureX, we’re using device insights and now we know what computers are compliant or not and it’s helping more and more visibility. The analysts share cases using the Cisco SecureX ribbon, so they can contribute to each other all incidents and cases.
Darren Kewley | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Reseller
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We use Cisco SecureX as a key system both internally and for our MSSP customers. The entire platform, especially with its Threat Response and Orbital modules, helps us get a grip on threats faster and has really helped us reduce response times. Getting everything up and running needs a bit of planning, and you need to familiarise yourself with the different modules, but once you do, you really get the most out of the platform. For example, we can detect a threat in one customer environment and then query our other environments for the same threat.

The real hidden gem in the platform, however, is the orchestration element. We use it to not only alert our engineers of threats but also inform our customers via integrations with collaboration tools such as Webex that we are responding to it. Our integrations with Secure Endpoint, Duo, Umbrella, etc., also make our response actions more streamlined. One example is blocking a user in Duo if we detect a threat on their endpoint as part of our Zero Trust setup.

The platform is constantly evolving, and hopefully, the new ‘Cisco Secure’ branding will help with messaging about their XDR offering.
January 13, 2022

Unified Security

Score 10 out of 10
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Reseller
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We use Cisco SecureX to integrate the security solutions we have with [other] Cisco [products] such as Duo and Umbrella among others. This allows us to unify the administration and control of the policy flow [with] different solutions in a single portal [as well as] having visibility of the different threats that may arise.
January 10, 2022

BEST SECURE SYSTEM

Mishka Panwar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User
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End-to-end security with support to existing infrastructure. Highly professional team with robust backing during and after the migration cycle. All queries handled with min TAT. I'm using it it has let me access my secure work files both in the office and remotely from my home office, It assesses your environment and maps your business requirement with Cisco Security products. Efficient day-to-day threat monitoring operation operations created a burden on the security team, adaptive with the new technologies, very detailed reporting devices performance, and security analysis report. An industrial standard security operations centre with stability and trusted by the board manager of my work.
Ezequiel Peralta | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Reseller
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To reduce complexity with administration and monitoring breaches of security, SecureX is very helpful to know the situation of our network infrastructure. With Cisco SecureX we can manage alerts from different sources we can assign alerts to monitor assign playbooks to investigate and we can integrate with other tools and solutions of cybersecurity.
Score 4 out of 10
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Verified User
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Ostensibly, we use SecureX as a single pane of glass to see into our myriad of Cisco products. Realistically, SecureX is a bloated and often non-functional knock-off of a true SOAR-like system. It provides redundant and [in my experience] largely unhelpful information. We check in with it from time to time, but its purpose is vestigial at best.
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
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I find it quite Confusing to look at the UIUX experience is not the best. However, I’ve witnessed a lot of peers and the people that I consulted for find it very useful once they had a good grasp of the product and practised using it but from my first instinct, it was quite difficult.
January 07, 2021

Fully integrated

Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
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We use [Cisco SecureX (formerly Threat Response)] to aggregate all the data across all of our security products and automate logins. It is a huge time saver and is being used in the it department only, but provides reports to upper management.