Opiniones de D3 SOAR

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  • General
    5 /5
  • Facilidad de uso
    4 /5
  • Atención al cliente
    5 /5

Sobre D3 SOAR

D3 SOAR is a platform with a fully embedded MITRE ATT&CK Module, for better Threat Intelligence, Monitoring, and Hunting.

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Alexander O.
Director Of Security
Seguridad e investigaciones, 10.000+ empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
  • Valoración global
    5 /5
  • Facilidad de uso
    4 /5
  • Funcionalidades
    5 /5
  • Asistencia técnica
    5 /5
  • Relación calidad-precio
    4 /5
  • Probabilidad de recomendación
    8/10
  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 2/11/2018

"Versatile and robust"

Comentarios: Overall, this has been an excellent tool with considerable utility, and significant potential for expanding its capability and functions with the needs of a growing organization.

Ventajas: - The system is highly scalable from sites with only a handful of officers, to very large sites.
- The latest version includes significant improvements to the reporting tool, allowing incident reports to create a database of repeat offenders, link associated photos and related information, and categorize incidents based on type, location, time, etc...
- Additional tools are available that allow advanced analytics to be created, these are particularly useful at larger sites and locations looking for data to inform deployments and staffing needs.
- The user interface is generally easy to use and well designed.
- Customer support is solid overall, and personal contact with sales and IT is usually responsive and helpful.
- The dispatch tool is effective and easy to use, even for those not particularly computer savvy.

Desventajas: - The administrative interface can be somewhat arcane and poorly explained in documentation. There is a slight learning curve initially, but it is not difficult to use once you know where to find the things you are looking for.

  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 2/11/2018