SentinelOne adds New offerings to its Vigilance MDR Service
Deploy and Assist are two unique services from SentinelOne that leverages the capabilities of the endpoint protection platform being offered by the latter.
Fremont, CA: SentinelOne, a Palo Alto-based vendor of autonomous endpoint protection platform, that enables the client organizations to protect their user endpoint devices and critical servers against advanced malware and threats, has affixed Deploy and Assist offerings to its Vigilance Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service.
SentinelOne was recognized as one of the 20 most promising Cyber Security Solution providers 2016, by CIO Review Magazine.
Deploy is an onboarding service that provides MDR protection during SentinalOne customer deployments. Meanwhile, Assist offers vigilance protection for incident response partner profiles.
"The endpoint protection platform being offered by SentinelOne integrates prevention, detection and response capabilities in protecting both user endpoints and critical servers across all major attack carriers," said Sean Roth, Director, Product Marketing, and SentinelOne.
Roth also ensures that "the company will continue to enhance its behavior-based threat detection and broaden the enterprise features along with the number of different endpoint and server platforms it protects."
Eran Ashkenazi, the SVP of Global Support & Services, SentinelOne has pointed out that the company has responded to more than one-million threats and maintained an average response time of under 30 minutes, shattering the 24-hour industry standard response time, over the last one year. He also added, "we are vesting time to ensure the credibility and transparency in the services we offer, as the customers' trust is our prior concern. We are also pleased to help them to protect their most critical infrastructure in today's complicated cybersecurity landscape. Time is precious, which is why Vigilance has proven itself to be the premier MDR service on the market with published SLAs."
The new Deploy offering will enable the customers to adopt SentinelOne platform quickly and see immediate time to value not only in terms of how the technology autonomously works but also in terms of staffing and time to value, in a hassle-free way. With the new Assist offering the world's premier IR teams will be able to take advantage of this unique platform to find and resolve the breaches faster than ever before.
Both Deploy and Assist are now available, and each of these can be leveraged either on its own or in conjunction with the existing Vigilance Service-Level-Agreements (SLAs).
Created on the backbone of the innovative leader and best in class SentinelOne platform, Vigilance is strictly an optional add on service which also extends threat assessments and response capabilities to the client community. Besides Deploy and Assist, Vigilance comprises Monitor and Response services too.
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