Cygilant, a provider of Cybersecurity-as-a-Service to mid-sized organizations, has added SentinelOne’s cybersecurity solution to its best-in-breed portfolio. The SentinelOne cybersecurity solution encompasses AI-powered prevention, detection, response, and hunting across endpoints, containers, cloud workloads, and IoT devices in a single autonomous XDR platform.
SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR platform would “seamlessly” unify endpoint protection (EPP), endpoint detection and response (EDR) – protecting businesses and employees working remotely. The XDR platform uses patented behavioral and static artificial intelligence (AI) models to deliver autonomous capabilities with the lowest performance impact.
SentinelOne would predict and protect endpoints, IoT devices, servers, containers, and cloud workloads from malicious activities at any stage of the attack chain – from the successful exploit to the last payload operation – all at machine speed.
“We’re excited to launch our strategic partner program with SentinelOne, one of the most innovative cybersecurity companies in the world,” said Rob Scott, CEO of Cygilant. “We work closely with premier cybersecurity firms so we can offer our clients a unique blend of best-in-breed technologies that align with their people and processes to protect against all internal and external threats. We offer enterprise-grade protection for businesses that otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford or manage it.”
Cygilant’s SOC-as-a-service and 24×7 expert analysts would empower organizations to manage, monitor, detect, and respond to cyber threats. The company’s “a la carte” offering would enable IT and security managers to scale their program based on their needs and quickly implement a broad range of security tools.
“As organizations continue to transition to support remote workforces, they need technology partners that can help secure the vulnerable endpoints that attackers view as a gateway to their network,” said Brandon Andrews, Vice President MSSP & Alliances, SentinelOne. “Through this partnership, Cygilant will now be able to provide their customers with a security advantage, autonomously protecting endpoints, IoT and cloud workloads from modern threats.”