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IBM Security QRadar SIEM

IBM Security QRadar is security information and event management (SIEM) Software.

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IBM Security Guardium

IBM Security Guardium is IBM's data security posture management solution, that aims to offer organizations comprehensive visibility, actionable insights and real-time controls to help users comply with regulations, preserve privacy and secure your sensitive data — no matter where…

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Splunk Enterprise Security (ES)

Splunk Enterprise Security (SIEM) is the company's flagship SIEM product, offered as a premium service to subscribers of Splunk Cloud or Splunk Enterprise.

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Splunk Enterprise Security (ES)

Splunk Enterprise Security (SIEM) is the company's flagship SIEM product, offered as a premium service to subscribers of Splunk Cloud or Splunk Enterprise.

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IBM Security QRadar SIEM

IBM Security QRadar is security information and event management (SIEM) Software.

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SolarWinds Security Event Manager (SEM)

SolarWinds LEM is security information and event management (SIEM) software.

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IBM Security Guardium

IBM Security Guardium is IBM's data security posture management solution, that aims to offer organizations comprehensive visibility, actionable insights and real-time controls to help users comply with regulations, preserve privacy and secure your sensitive data — no matter where…

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LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform

The LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform, from LogRhythm in Boulder, Colorado, is security information and event management (SIEM) software which includes SOAR functionality via SmartResponse Automation Plugins (a RespondX feature), the DetectX security analytics module, and AnalytiX…

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Sumo Logic

Sumo Logic is a log management offering from the San Francisco based company of the same name.

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Cofense Vision

Cofense Vision stores emails offline and provides threat hunting analytics. Cofense Vision allows the user to search and quarantine emails in minutes — across an entire organization, and is designed to provide threat hunting at speed.

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Palo Alto Networks WildFire

Palo Alto Network’s WildFire is a malware prevention service. It specializes in addressing zero-day threats through dynamic and static analysis, machine learning, and advanced sandbox testing environments.

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Arcsight by OpenText

A combined SIEM and SOAR, used to accelerate threat detection and response with holistic security analytics, native SOAR, and intelligent automation.

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Securonix Next-Generation SIEM

Securonix headquartered in Addison offers the Securonix Next-Generation SIEM deployment, combining log management as well as user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), for a complete SOC solution.

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HCL BigFix

BigFix, now supported by HCL Technologies since the acquisition of BigFix from IBM in 2018, is an endpoint management solution providing endpoint visibility and IT asset discovery, automated endpoint patching (BigFix Lifecycle and BigFix Patch) policy enforcement (BigFix Compliance)…

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Trellix Intelligent Sandbox

Trellix Intelligent Sandbox (formerly McAfee Advanced Threat Defense) enables organizations to detect advanced, evasive malware and convert threat information into immediate action and protection. It includes additional inspection capabilities that broaden detection and expose evasive…

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Cloudflare Zero Trust Services

Cloudflare's Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) technologies create secure boundaries around applications. When resources are protected with ZTNA, users are only allowed to access resources after verifying the identity, context, and policy adherence of each specific request. Cloudflare'…

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Cisco Secure Malware Analytics

Cisco Secure Malware Analytics (formerly Threat Grid) combines advanced sandboxing with threat intelligence into one unified solution to protect organizations from malware. With a context-aware malware knowledge base, the user can understand what malware is doing or attempting to…

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Exabeam Fusion

Exabeam headquartered in San Mateo, Exabeam Fusion, a SIEM + XDR. The vendor states the modular Exabeam platform allows analysts to collect unlimited log data, use behavioral analytics to detect attacks, and automate incident response. The Exabeam platform can be deployed on-premise…

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Forcepoint Insider Threat

Forcepoint Insider Threat is a security analytics tool for, searching, detecting and mitigating malicious or policy-violating employee behavior.

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Splunk User Behavior Analytics (UBA)

Splunk supplies security analytics as a standalone solution or priced as an add-on for users of its popular SIEM products, to protect enterprises against unknown threats and malicious behavior, via the Splunk User Behavior Analytics (UBA) application.

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FortiAnalyzer

As part of the Fortinet Security Fabric, FortiAnalyzer provides security fabric analytics and automation to provide better detection and response against cyber risks.

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Bitdefender Network Traffic Security Analytics (discontinued)

Bitdefender Network Traffic Security Analytics applies AI driven and machine learning techniques to detect threats or anomalous behavior in enterprise networks. However the software has been retired since May 2021, and is no longer available for sale.

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EclecticIQ Platform

EclecticIQ Platform is an analyst-centric Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP). The vendor says it is optimized for the collection of intelligence data from open sources, commercial suppliers and industry partnerships into a single collaborative analyst workbench. EclecticIQ Platform…

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FortiInsight

Fortinet offers user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) technology via FortiInsight, the company's security analytics software.

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SonicWall Analytics

SonicWall Analytics provides real-time insights into correlated security data and supports forensic investigation, security policy calibration and control, enrichment of connected firewall data, and drill down analytics.

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Symantec Content & Malware Analysis

Symantec Content & Malware Analysis is an application which provides advanced threat detection and threat hunting through advanced machine learning, based on intelligence gathered from ProxySG, threat intelligence services, and other sources.

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Picus Security

Picus Security, headquartered in San Francisco, offers Continuous Security Validation and Mitigation as the most proactive approach to ensure cyber-resilience. The Picus Platform measures the effectiveness of defenses by using emerging threat samples in production environments, providing…

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Plixer Scrutinizer

Plixer is a developer of network management software with a focus on network traffic analysis, network security, threat detection and network optimization, headquartered in Kennebunk, Maine. Plixer Scrutinizer collects, analyzes, visualizes, and reports on data from every network…

Learn More About Security Analytics Software

What are Security Analytics Platforms?

Security analytics platforms are tools which provide proactive or exploratory network security via behavioral machine learning or analytics techniques. Alternately described as SA Tools or network traffic analytics software, these products collect, normalize, and analyze network traffic for threat behavior. Vendors specializing specifically in SA offer machine learning tools for applying security models to traffic across enterprise assets. While highly related to SIEM, security analytics software may provide more advanced tools for data mining or freeform analytics.


Security analytics software provides several benefits to organizations. Overall, it enhances the actionability of security data, especially at the enterprise level. These tools reduce the manual load associated with performing security analytics. They also prevent analyses graphically for less specialized users to make decisions based on the results. This improved accessibility and data centralization can improve event response times, threat visibility, and insider threat awareness. They can also provide proof of compliance in the event of an audit.


Security analytics platforms primarily consist of data ingestion pipelines, an analytics engine, and accessible next-step functions like data visualizations, alerts, or automated workflow triggers for threat remediation. The data pipelines are designed to intake data from a wide number of sources, including non-IT contextual data like HR or finance information. Security analytics software can then perform a range of analysis methods depending on the data being analyzed, such as behavior or traffic analysis. The AI foundations of many security analytics tools makes this process less manual than it would otherwise need to be, especially when coupled with updated 3rd-party threat intelligence resources.


Security analytics are sometimes found in other security data collection tools. SIEMs and IT Infrastructure Monitoring tools are common sources of security analytics capabilities. Since the tools collect the data directly, they can be better suited to handling certain kinds of data. Standalone security analytics platforms are likely to have more robust security analytics engines. They focus on advanced AI-driven analytics and rely on other security systems to collect the security data itself. This arrangement may be ideal for businesses that are adding a security analytics tool on top of preexisting security systems.

Features of Security Analytics Platforms

Security analytics software provide the following features or targets for analysis:

  • Ingested data from SIEM or other sources

  • User and entity behavior analytics (UEBA)

  • Automated or on-demand network traffic analysis

  • Model observed behavior against threat intelligence

  • Configure analytics to observe behavior against policy

  • Application access and analytics

  • DNS analysis tool

  • Email activity

  • Network packets

  • Identity and social persona

  • File access

  • Geolocation, IP context


Security Analytics Software Comparison

When comparing different security analytics platforms, consider these factors:


  • Data Source Integration: Does the tool have prebuilt ingestion pipelines for specific types of security data collectors, or even specific products? These factors will heavily impact the timeline and ease of implementation and long-term management as security tools are added or replaced over time.

  • Scalability: How easily will the software handle analytics at volume? Consider aspects like analytics automation and the AI capabilities available. Also consider how scalable the next-steps from analytics results are, be they alert management, integrations with security controls for automated workflows, and other processes.

  • Usability: Much of the value of security analytics engines are the ease of use and improved accessibility of results for non-specialists. Consider how usable and actionable each product is for less-specialized users.


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Pricing Information

Security analytics pricing varies depending on whether it’s a standalone platform, SIEM, or log analytics/management tools. Costs will also depend on the range of features offered and the length of time that data is retained. Pricing within tiers is often scaled by the amount of data stored, analyzed, or managed on the platform.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does a security analytics platform do?

Security analytics platforms analyze traffic and behavior data to intelligently surface actionable insights in response to confirmed or potential cyberattacks against the organization.

How is security analytics different from SIEM?

SIEM focuses on event tracking and data collection primarily. In contrast, security analytics analyzes the data that an SIEM collects to reveal actionable results and insights.

Who uses security analytics platforms?

Security analytics platforms are most often used by larger organizations and enterprises that deal with massive amounts of data related to cybersecurity and threat assessment.

What are the benefits of security analytics?

Security analytics enable more proactive threat remediation and reduce the manual processes associated with assessing security data.

How much do security analytics platforms cost?

Security analytics are normally priced by the amount of data being handled. Product prices are usually tiered depending on how long data is retained and the range of features available.