January 31, 2019

Syncurity, SentinelOne partner to accelerate threat and incidence response capabilities

The partnership aims to allow customers to prioritize action plans for every threat that is detected in their IT environments.

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Syncurity have struck a strategic partnership with SentinelOne to boost threat detection and response capabilities for enterprises. As per the terms of the alliance, Syncurity’s IR-Flow SOAR (Security Orchestration Automation and Response) platform will be catapulted by SentinelOne’s endpoint detection capabilities to provide enterprises with prioritised action plans to mitigate cyber threats.

According to SentinelOne, enterprises need to detect and monitor threats before eradicating them. They say that in order to counter anomalies in the entire threat life-cycle, enterprises need to possess incident response as well as automation capabilities.

By partnering with Syncurity, SentinelOne believe that they will be combining autonomous endpoint prowess with powerful SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) capabilities to boost their customer’s response to cyber threats. They further added that this alliance will allow customers to witness the true story of what is happening across their networks and endpoints.

SentinelOne say that Syncurity’s IR-Flow SOAR platform can quarantine and remediate any compromised endpoints leveraging the former’s APIs. They believe that this platform identifies high risks, sets them in a priority as per its threat to the IT environment, and orchestrates actions that are necessary.

Market analysts claim that this end-to-end security solution will allow businesses to carry out their day-to-day functions at ease without worrying about virus attacks. It will be exciting to see how the competitors of SentinelOne and Syncurity react, following the former’s partnership with Netskope for endpoint security.

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