N-able and SentinelOne are working together to deliver new and enhanced joint endpoint security solutions that MSPs can use to "capitalize on opportunities to grow their business through enterprise-grade security services delivery," according to the companies.
The expanded offerings also allow MSPs to use N-able and SentinelOne's technologies to help their customers identify, respond to and recover from cyberattacks, the businesses indicated.
Introducing N-able Attack Surface Management Powered by SentinelOne
With N-able Attack Surface Management powered by SentinelOne, MSPs can identify connected endpoints and block unauthorized devices, the companies said.
Also, Attack Surface Management allows MSPs to deliver security services to their small and medium-sized enterprise customers "at levels typically only experienced by larger enterprises," the companies stated. This ensures that MSPs can helps SMEs with limited budgets or limited access to security talent bolster their cyber defenses.
N-able and SentinelOne Tighten EDR Integration
MSPs can use N-able Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution and SentinelOne's EDR capabilities across N-able's remote monitoring and management (RMM) platforms, the businesses stated. This can help MSPs mitigate ransomware and other cyber threats faster than ever before.
In addition, the N-able Managed EDR solution supplements the company's EDR capabilities, the business indicated. It is powered by the SentinelOne Vigilance Respond managed detection and response (MDR) service and relies on SentinelOne's security operations center (SOC) and security experts to monitor, review and act upon EDR-identified threats that can put networks at risk.
N-able and SentinelOne Continue to Protect Endpoints
The N-able-SentinelOne partnership dates back to 2020. Since that time, N-able and SentinelOne have helped MSPs secure more than 1.4 million customer endpoints, the companies said.
Along with SentinelOne, N-able has explored partnerships with Blackpoint Cyber and other cybersecurity companies. In October 2022, N-able CEO John Pagliuca told MSSP Alert that his company wants to provide MDR choice to its MSP partners instead of building a one-size-fits-all solution.