The company has integrated its Singularity Platform with Code42's Incydr data protection solution. In addition, SentinelOne and Wiz are providing their joint customers with the ability to use SentinelOne's Cloud Workload Protection Platform (CWPP) in conjunction with Wiz's Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP).
Insider Threat Detection
The SentinelOne-Code42 integration increases data visibility and offers insider threat incident response capabilities, the companies indicated. Security analysts can use the integration to detect and prioritize data risks and speed up their response to insider threat attacks. They also can utilize SentinelOne's network isolation capability to stop employee devices from communicating with the internet to prevent data exfiltration while an investigation is underway.
Meanwhile, the SentinelOne-Wiz integration provides organizations with "capabilities to detect, prevent, investigate and respond to cloud security threats," the companies indicated. Organizations can use CWPP and CNAPP to manage and protect their cloud infrastructure and workloads. In addition, CWPP and CNAPP can share security data with one another, which can help organizations identify and address security issues faster than ever before.
A Closer Look at SentinelOne's Cybersecurity Partnerships
SentinelOne's Code42 and Wiz integrations come after the company announced several cybersecurity partnerships dating back to 2022:
- KPMG integrates the SentinelOne Singularity XDR (eXtended detection and response) solution with the KPMG Digital Responder cyber incident response tool.
- LogRhythm provides security teams with the ability to use LogRhythm's security analytics with endpoint telemetry from SentinelOne.
- Ping Identity offers the SentinelOne Singularity XDR App for PingDirectory and SentinelOne Singularity XDR App for PingOne solutions.
- Mandiant integrates threat intelligence and incident response capabilities into Singularity XDR.
SentinelOne in September 2022 extended its open application ecosystem with the launch of S Ventures, a $100 million venture fund that the company is using to invest in security and data companies that use its Singularity Marketplace. It also looks poised to continue to expand its relationships with MSSPs, MSPs and other technology providers.