Deepwatch and SentinelOne Partner to Protect Customers Against Ransomware and Cyber Threats
DENVER, CO — September 16, 2021 — Deepwatch, the leader in advanced managed detection and response (MDR) security, today announced a strategic partnership with SentinelOne, Inc., a recognized leader in endpoint security technology. As a result, Deepwatch will now offer SentinelOne Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) as part of its award-winning MDR offering.
Deepwatch delivers the industry’s most advanced managed detection and response security to protect businesses from cyber threats. With Deepwatch, customers get a team of always-on cybersecurity experts who work with them as an extension of their team, backed by the Deepwatch SecOps platform. The Deepwatch platform brings security operations experts and technology together to deliver in-depth analytics, relevant threat intelligence, advanced threat detection, and automated response capabilities to help customers strengthen their security programs to mitigate risks that threaten their environments.
Endpoint security technology has become a focal point to address security threats, like ransomware, as weak endpoints increasingly have been attacked. With the addition of SentinelOne EDR to the Deepwatch platform, joint customers benefit from a best-in-class endpoint security solution that is managed by Deepwatch to protect the “new perimeter” driven by the hybrid workplace, rapid digital transformation, and the evolving threat landscape. SentinelOne is a recognized Magic Quadrant leader by Gartner in endpoint protection as well as the highest scored solution for each customer type in Gartner’s Endpoint Protection Critical Capabilities report.
“Threats that start at the endpoint are best stopped at the endpoint. This could be ransomware, phishing, or any tactic that bad actors are using today with seemingly increasing frequency and intensity to get a foothold into the network,” said Corey Bodzin, Chief Technology Officer at Deepwatch. “The combination of SentinelOne endpoint protection and Deepwatch MDR enables our detection engineers to capture more endpoint data that can be ingested into the greater Deepwatch SecOps Platform for correlation and contextualization. The outcome is that we can help customers identify and respond to security incidents that matter while enhancing their overall security posture.”
“SentinelOne is excited to partner with Deepwatch to provide exceptional, round-the-clock MDR and EDR services to our shared customers,” said Nicholas Warner, COO, SentinelOne. “At a time where attackers shift tactics by the hour to reach their goals, the combination of best-in-class EDR and MDR gives organizations peace of mind that they are getting fast and effective detection and response capabilities across network, endpoint, and cloud managed by a team of Deepwatch cyber security experts who are monitoring 24/7.”
The Deepwatch-SentinelOne EDR solution offers a fast and easy deployment that standardizes data and streamlines endpoint telemetry to monitor, detect, and respond to threats in single- and multi-tenant environments. Customers who take advantage of this unique partnership are able to accelerate time to value thanks to its seamless integration with the Deepwatch SecOps platform.
For more information, visit https://www.deepwatch.com/managed-endpoint-detection-response.
Deepwatch helps secure the digital economy by protecting and defending enterprise networks, everywhere, every day. Deepwatch leverages its highly automated cloud-based SOC platform backed by a world class team of experts who monitor, detect, and respond to threats on customers’ digital assets 24/7/365. Deepwatch extends security teams and proactively improves cybersecurity posture via its Squad delivery and proprietary Security Maturity Model. Many of the world’s leading brands rely on Deepwatch’s managed detection and response security. Visit www.deepwatch.com
SentinelOne’s cybersecurity solution encompasses AI-powered prevention, detection, response and hunting across endpoints, containers, cloud workloads, and IoT devices in a single autonomous platform.