SentinelOne Debuts Generative AI Threat Hunting Platform
Amid a backdrop of cybercriminals worldwide using generative artificial intelligence (AI) to attack businesses and governments, SentinelOne has debuted a new threat hunting platform that leverages generative ChatGPT-4 and neural networks to identify and thwart attacks.
“A Paradigm Shift in Cybersecurity”
The platform integrates multiple layers of AI technology to deliver security capabilities and real-time autonomous response to cyberattacks across the enterprise, SentinelOne said. The endpoint detection and response (EDR) and extended endpoint detection and response (XDR) provider unwrapped what it’s calling the “first of its kind offering” in cybersecurity technology this week at the RSA Conference.
Commenting on the advancements, Tomer Weingarten, SentinelOne chief executive, said:
“Today marks a paradigm shift in cybersecurity. AI is among the most disruptive technologies of our time, and with our new capabilities, we can unleash its power to help companies control all aspects of enterprise security, from visibility to response, with unmatched speed and efficiency.”
What the Platform Achieves
Features and functions of the platform include:
- Fusing real-time, embedded neural networks and a large language model (LLM)-based natural language interface
- Using AI to monitor and operate all security data, boost productivity, scale operations while allowing security teams to ask complex threat and adversary-hunting questions
- Receiving deep insights and full, transparent, correlated results to prompt actions across the cybersecurity ecosystem
- Aggregating and correlating information from device and log telemetry across endpoint, cloud, network and user data while recommending response actions that can be executed immediately
More From SentinelOne
SentinelOne’s news comes on the heels of Microsoft’s announcement of its Security Copilot, a GPT-4 powering AI security tool, revealed a month ago. The service integrates with Microsoft’s existing security portfolio, including Sentinel and Defender. The vendor is positioning it as a security analysis tool that enables skilled cybersecurity analysts to quickly respond to threats, analyze signals, and assess risk exposure.