4 out of 5 (47 Ratings)

43 Verified Reviews

QRadar SIEM

Overall satisfaction, easy to implement and works well with Managed service providers.

Great experience, vendor assisted in the roll out.

QRadar SIEM

Not a complete product.

The product is good but there are many issues integrating with other third party technologies.

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QRadar SIEM

A good product that becomes greater with your commitment to it.

Overall the product is very usable out of the box, but to truly see value, you need to be willing to dive into it an tune it even further. Tuning is fairly simple but as with all product tuning can take some time to really make QRadars value shine beyond the other products in the vertical. A good product that becomes greater with your commitment to it.

QRadar SIEM

Simple to implement, complicated to get everything complete

IBM continues to improve the QRadar platform adding new features and capabilities regularly, and not just resting on their laurels.

QRadar SIEM

Smooth transition to the new SIEM platform.

Working with the vendor on implemention was great, very helpful explaining environmental aspects of the product.

QRadar SIEM

Great Product. Implementation was seamless.

Great product. Implementation was seamless.

QRadar SIEM

Easy to implement

It was smooth and seamless

QRadar SIEM, Other...

implemenation was good but we lacked the expertise to gain maximum value or operationalize

Tool worked as expected

QRadar SIEM

Easy Deployment, Good Value, Needs Focus on New Collectors.

QRadar scales very well, we went from collecting from primarily network devices Syslog, SDEE, and NetFlow) with their out of the box collectors, and then we began collecting the logs from our web gateway, domain controllers, and anti-malware system for a more wholistic view. Now, multiple new security products that we're implementing will be populating the system as part of a large CyberSecurity initiative. We face some challenges as some of the newer devices will require the development of a custom collector. More agility by the vendor in building out standard log collectors for enterprise level network security products (such as Cisco Web Services) would be appreciated. Overall, Security Event identification is pretty intuitive and easy for level 1 analysts to understand and follow up on. And overall, reporting seems to work well without leveraging an external reporting tool.

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QRadar SIEM

Complex to set up and tune, but stable and functional.

QRadar works as advertised. It is a bit complex to set up and tune, but once it is fully operational, it is pretty rock solid.