SentinelOne – the highest rated vendor in Gartner 2020 EDR ‘Voice of the Customer’ is a certified endpoint protection platform (EPP) designed for a range of industries such as finance and healthcare. This is a specific type of computer network security solution which focuses on detecting and terminating potential cyber threats that are remotely connected to their client’s technology devices. SentinelOne use a static AI engine that replaces traditional signature methods and identifies unique malicious behaviours; this boosts end-user productivity as it removes the need for recurring scans. Organisations that rely on traditional antivirus protection often experience the cost of recovery and downtime after an attack.
SentinelOne also cover endpoint detection and response (EDR), IoT security and cloud workload protection (CWPP). They offer a range of protection against malware, ransomware, exploitation attacks and more. In addition, it enables users to alleviate the effects of any attacks and restores the system which makes it immune from future threats. They utilise a technology which can anticipate attacks and stop them in their tracks by deeply inspecting emails, documents, files, browsers and more. Further benefits include transferability across a wide range of operating systems – including MacOS and Linux, time saving due to AI engines and simple integration and management.
ConnectDS provide a fully managed SentinelOne service to protect and provide advanced visibility of all devices and network communications – monitored by our security team 24/7/365.
The tooling captures rich forensic data, which allows our Security Analysts to provide the expertise and processes to action threats automatically. With our multilayered security tool mapping to the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework, this allows us to autonomously detect attacks in real time by providing our SOC team with immediate alerting and attack technique context.
This service provides continuous monitoring from our Security Operations Centre (SOC) to protect your organisation from both known and unknown threats; pre-execution, on-execution and post-execution.