Umbrella Value Add
March 29, 2022
Umbrella Value Add
Score 10 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Cisco Umbrella
I started using Cisco Umbrella for just DNS Security. That alone protected my organization from 95% of the malicious traffic that was being attempted. Later on I moved into full Security Internet Gateway providing fantastic protection for DLP, Full URL, CASB, and Remote Access. The ability to also integrate with my SOAR has saved us countless hours of response.
- Integration with other tools
- Intelligence is 2nd to none
- Phenomenal performance
- Better documentation
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- Would be nice if Investigate API was free
- During Covid Umbrella was our saving grace
With IPAM enforced DNS entries all devices on the network have to go through Umbrella for protection at the edge. This was an easy win for the company. For our remote workforce, we installed the roaming agent with is already part of AnyConnect. This allowed us to protect our employees no matter where they are.
Integrations into Splunk Phantom SOAR has saved the organization a large amount of time during the incident response process. It has also sped up the time to remediate keeping us out of breach situations. It also works well with Active Directory to help write policy and get proper reporting on the requests being made.
Easiest implementation compared to any other tool. It is also the most reliable connection we have at the edge providing unmatched security.
Integrations with my SOAR have allowed me to take swift action against malicious domains and it provides great intelligence reporting for my incident response documentation. Knowing it uses Talos for intelligence makes the organization feel much safer at the edge. Umbrella really has become more of an all-in-one solution for security at the edge and remote workers.