SentinelOne product overview
SentinelOne delivers autonomous security for the endpoint, data center, and cloud environments to help organizations secure their assets with speed and simplicity. It unifies prevention, detection, response, remediation, and forensics in a single platform powered by artificial intelligence. It empowers organizations to detect malicious behavior across multiple vectors, rapidly eliminate threats with fully-automated integrated responses, and adapt their defenses against the most advanced cyberattacks.
The platform’s cybersecurity solutions encompass AI-powered prevention, detection, response, and hunting across endpoints, containers, cloud workloads, and IoT devices in a single autonomous platform. Organizations can gain access to back-end data across the organization through a single solution, providing a cohesive view of their network and assets by adding a real-time security layer across all enterprise assets.
SentinelOne enables modern enterprises to defend faster, at a greater scale, and with higher accuracy across their entire attack surface.
Pros of SentinelOne
- With the platform, organizations can see what’s possible beyond identifying malicious behaviors. It allows them to block and remediate advanced attacks at machine speed with cross-platform, enterprise-scale data analytics.
- SentinelOne equips every endpoint and workload — no matter their location or connectivity — to respond intelligently against cyber threats with static and behavioral AI.
Cons of SentinelOne
- According to some users, the solution’s reporting features offer limited customization options.
Breakdown of core features
Extended detection and response (XDR)
SentinelOne combines and extends detection and response capability across multiple security layers. Its Singularity XDR gives security teams consolidated end-to-end enterprise visibility, powerful analytics, and automated response across the complete technology stack. Customers can get streamlined and proactive security measures to defend the entire technology stack, making it easier for security analysts to identify and stop attacks in progress before they impact the business.
Network visibility and control
SentinelOne uses built-in agent technology to actively and passively map networks, delivering instant asset inventories and information about rogue devices. IT teams can investigate how managed and unmanaged devices interact with critical assets and utilize device control with the solution’s Singularity Ranger IoT. This feature also controls IoT and suspicious/unmanaged devices.
The platform’s scalable approach to data management reduces the total cost of ownership and delivers positive ROI. Its Data Management metrics engine evaluates dashboards continuously, ensuring that insights and alerts are always fresh. The platform maintains hot, searchable data at production speed.
Advanced threat intelligence
SentinelOne Singularity Signal is an open threat intelligence feature that harnesses data and analyzes it at scale to address the data volume challenges. While other threat intelligence solutions depend on manual, human-based analysis and focus on attribution and backstory, this platform leverages proven AI models for remediation, actionability, and context analyses.
(Last updated on 02/14/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)