Overall Satisfaction with Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR
Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR is used for our in-house as well as roaming users, and we have procured around 200 licenses. With Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR, we are enabling security controls and also getting insights and deep visibility on our users' suspicious activities and behaviors and securing them from advanced attacks like file-less malware, ransomware, etc.
- Malware prevention
- Exploit prevention
- EDR and XDR
- Ransomware protection
- Disk encryption (with Bit Locker and File Vault)
- Device control features
- Incident management
- NTA--network traffic analysis
- UBA/UEBA--user entity behavior analysis
- Inventory management
- Web controls
- DLP features
- After putting Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR on a user's system, users came back with a positive response that there are no performance issues now.
- We are able to track and control granular suspicious and malicious activities.
- Web controls are missing, which if they would have been there would have been very helpful.
Compared to all other products, we shortlisted Sophos, Cortex, and CrowdStrike. We are utilizing all of them differently in our multiple divisions and segments to monitor user performance and activities and all the features of these solutions. To date, giving an honest review of Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR, it is a very stable product in terms of local agent software as well as its cloud console.
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Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR is best suited for all the scenarios, except for OT or for devices that don't have internet connectivity. Especially for in-house or on-premises users, servers, roaming users, users working from home, or even users using their own devices, Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR can be the best fit as an endpoint protection suite and even as a replacement of current AV.