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SentinelOne’s cloud Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) not only provides advanced alerting and threat detection but also provides security reporting and compliance for PCI DSS, HITECH Act and HIPAA.
SentinelOne is known for its AI-driven endpoint security protection platform (EPP). The lightweight agent integrates with leading security tools and platforms. Their team regularly announces partnerships and development with best-in-breed tools.
SentinelOne’s endpoint detection and response product is known as the Singularity Platform. It is a leading cloud endpoint protection platform (EPP) suitable for organizations small and large without compromising quality.
Ransomware remains a top concern for organizations across industries. Modern attackers are utilizing easily accessible and increasingly affordable ransomware kits and creating fileless attacks. Additionally, ransomware programs are becoming more sophisticated and harder to dismantle once deployed.
Traditional anti-virus software is no longer a comprehensive solution for businesses. Malware now outpaces many anti-virus programs. The Dark Web and malicious actors can now spin up and sell complex attack kits, making them exceedingly common yet hard to catalog.
Datashield Partner Digest for the Week of June 8th, 2020 - Highlights: SentinelOne Protection Against Ransomware and Proofpoint Exploring Vulnerability and Behavior in a People-Centric Threat Landscape.
Datashield Partner Digest for the Week of May 25th, 2020 - Highlights: Trending Cyber Topics Q1 2020 from Digital Shadows and SentinelOne Partner Spotlight.
In this new remote workforce world we now find ourselves in, the threat landscape has shifted once more. For many organizations this if the first time that they find their workers outside the comfort of the office and its security safeguards and thrust into the unknown of the home office life. This shift opens new areas of vulnerability to organizations that they have not had to face before. The change to a remote workforce is stretching security professionals and requires that they are able to maintain the same level of protection remotely that they had previously been providing within the office environment for their users.