SentinelOne is the future of Endpoint Protection. Static, signature-based solutions are no match for today’s advanced cyber threats, and the lack of integration with incident response tools leaves a gap between detection and remediation during which organizations are still highly vulnerable.
SentinelOne Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) unifies endpoint threat prevention, detection and response in a single platform driven by sophisticated machine learning and intelligent automation. With SentinelOne, organizations can predict malicious behavior across all vectors, rapidly eliminate threats with fully-automated integrated response capabilities, and adapt their defenses against the most advanced cyber attacks.
Once deployed onto Windows, OS X or Linux-based endpoint devices, the SentinelOne agent performs continuous full system monitoring of all low-level activity with almost no performance drain. The agent functions even when the device is disconnected, and cannot be tampered with.
With SentinelOne’s Dynamic Behavior Tracking (DBT) Engine applies sophisticated machine learning to identify advanced malware, exploits and other cyber attacks. It predicts how an attack will unfold against a baseline of normal behavior, and then contains it before it can spread. The SentinelOne NextGen Endpoint Security is a foundation to our IT services.
SentinelOne EPP generates forensic information and intuitiveaAttack storyline visualizations, mapping out the attack's point of origin and progression across endpoints and other systems in real-time.
SentinelOne EPP automates the entire incident response process, relieving IT teams of exhaustive and error-prone manual mitigation procedures. It rapidly eliminates threats and returns files back to trusted states, closing the time gap during which your organization is still vulnerable.
SentinelOne EPP auto-immunizes endpoints, notifying other SentinelOne agents on the network as soon as an attack is detected. It also leverages up-to-the-minute cloud threat intelligence and leading reputation services to extend protection.
Forensic reports are critical knowledge as to what happened during an incident and is key in helping you close the vulnerability to prevent future attacks. And not on just the system that was attacked, but you are now armed with the knowledge to deploy the solution on all other workstations.
By the way, the graphic to the left is a real forensic analysis report that happen to one of our own workstations. As you can see it was identified as a false positive, identified the suspect program, and whitelisted and quarantined the object.
Most notable here is this report came from the Carvir/SentinalOne Security Operations Center which is manned 24/7/365 by real engineers. Your one dimensional anti-virus does not do this!