I'd say, there's really plenty, not to say too much room for improvement; options like behavioral / network protection - of course this wouldn't be for everyone, I know all these mac users who state: it's useless and only slows down my mac... I think this is true only for badly programmed AV-software, well programmed AV software should offer these features, leave it to users to deactivate them - and perform good anyhow.
But worse: it's partly rather buggy... For example when it installs, it shows strange notifications. I mean what the heck is "Mark Allan", or "open" supposed to mean, why should I allow this?? It's confusing for end users and simply bad GUI design (not optimized in any way for macOS Ventura, and this is after several months of the final release).
What's worse, they still look strange / suspicious in the "Background processes" section of the system prefs: there's exactly these 2 entries "Mark Allan" and "open" (the last one even states: "Item from an unidentified developer"). How am I supposed to know, which programs these background activities are belonging to, esp. if I find them after half a year or so? I know my mac quite well, therefore I was able to find out - but the average user can't. If you deactivate one of those, of course the software doesn't work correctly anymore.
It's so unprofessional, it makes me very skeptical about this "security" software.
And it's not the 1st time, I found things like this; also informed the developer about things now and then, but I'm afraid it's not going to be of much use (never got any feedback).
Which is really a pity, since there's really not that much decent mac security software on the market, most is garbage really. Very annoying.