Known as “next-generation cybersecurity”, this advanced type of cybersecurity software uses artificial intelligence to better predict, identify, and eliminate harmful malware.
Security based on advanced algorithms that can adapt and learn creates a system that can become familiar with the normal patterns associated with each user and device, detecting anomalies in those patterns quickly.
Developed to provide holistic defense-in-depth, SentinelOne Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) solutions protect systems before, during, and after a malware attack, employing different technologies and methodologies where necessary:
SentinelOne uses a static AI engine to monitor systems for signs of malware, eliminating the need for ongoing scans.
The Behavioral AI engine watches for malicious activity, flagging and eliminating a range of threats, from file-based malware to zero-day exploits.
Using an Automated Endpoint Detection and Response system, SentinelOne gathers forensic data and takes the necessary steps to prevent damage—network isolation, and endpoint restoration.
SentinelOne EDR will protect you from a range of threats, including:
Whether it’s conventional malware such as trojans, ransomware, worms, backdoors, or memory-only, SentinelOne will keep it off your systems.
Cybercriminals can hide exploits in Office documents, Adobe files, automated macros, and spear-phishing emails, as well as penetrate your systems while you browse the web. SentinelOne keeps you safe from both.
You also have to protect yourself from insider and active threats—Powershell, WMI, PowerSploit, VBS, Mimikatz; the list goes on and on. SentinelOne actively detects and eliminates these threats before they cause any damage.
One of the more threatening aspects of cybercrime is that criminals can adapt their methods to ensure effectiveness.
Most hackers change up their attack method for each target, which limits the effectiveness of defenses based on known files and attacks. This means that businesses whose security focuses on signatures and perimeter defenses need to reevaluate their approach to cybersecurity.
This is where SentinelOne comes in. Security based on advanced algorithms that can adapt and learn creates a system that can become familiar with the normal patterns associated with each user and device, detecting anomalies in those patterns quickly.
Threats that would normally be able to hide their presence are instead found and neutralized, buying IT personnel time to get ahead of the situation. Like a digital antibody, the program can slow down or even stop compromised connections or devices within a network.
Standard, free trial, consumer-grade cybersecurity solutions won’t cut it anymore. Not when it comes up against the types of malware that cybercriminals are using today.
If you want to stay safe, you need to invest in something more advanced—something like SentinelOne.
N-Tech Consulting will help you assess your security needs, consider your IT budget, and develop a robust cybersecurity defense including advanced SentinelOne security solutions.