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SentinelOne, Exabeam Ink Endpoint Protection, SIEM Partnership

SentinelOne has integrated its autonomous endpoint protection console into the Exabeam security information and event management (SIEM) platform to help organizations automate incident response.

Both companies have growing relationships with MSSPs and managed services providers moving into the security sector. Those organizations and corporate customers can use the SentinelOne-Exabeam integration to detect cyber threats across all endpoints and trigger automated incident response for compromised endpoints, according to the companies. They also can leverage the integration to collect threat and incident data and combine this information with intelligence from other IT and security solutions.

The SentinelOne-Exabeam joint solution is available via the companies’ mutual channel partners, including MSSPs Optiv Security and Exclusive Networks.

The SentinelOne-Exabeam integration could help both companies capitalize on the rising demand for endpoint protection and SIEM solutions globally.

Global endpoint security market revenues are projected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7 percent between 2017 and 2024, industry analyst Global Market Insights said. These revenues also could exceed $7.5 billion by 2024.

Comparatively, global SIEM market revenues are projected to grow at a CAGR of more than 12 percent between 2017 and 2021, technology market research firm Technavio indicated. These revenues could surpass $5.9 billion by 2021.

A Closer Look at SentinelOne’s Endpoint Protection and Exabeam’s SIEM

SentinelOne’s endpoint protection console is designed to defend an organization’s endpoints against every type of cyberattack, at all threat lifecycle stages, the company stated. It uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to identify cyber threats and performs recurring vulnerability scans.

Exabeam provides the Security Management Platform (SMP), an SIEM offering that combines end-to-end data collection, analysis and response. SMP uses data science for behavioral modeling, machine learning and analytics for insider and entity threat detection and enables an organization to secure its cloud services, machines, devices and Internet of Things (IoT) assets against cyberattacks.

SentinelOne and Exabeam: Here’s What You Need to Know

Founded in 2013, SentinelOne leverages AI and machine learning to help organizations identify and address cyberattacks across on-premises and cloud environments. SentinelOne also provides a Worldwide Channel Partner Program that enables MSSPs and other technology resellers to integrate the company’s autonomous endpoint protection console into their offerings.

Exabeam provides security intelligence and management solutions. Furthermore, Exabeam offers a Security Intelligence Platform (SIP) that provides organizations with a data lake, machine learning and automated incident response capabilities.

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