Perimeter 81, a software-defined secure network access solutions provider, has integrated its Zero Trust Network as a Service offering into the SentinelOne autonomous endpoint protection platform. The companies will showcase the joint offering at this week's Black Hat USA conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Zero Trust Network as a Service provides fully customized and automated secure network infrastructure deployment, Perimeter 81 said. It applies adaptive policies based on device, identity and location to ensure only authorized users receive access to corporate resources.
SentinelOne's autonomous endpoint protection platform defends endpoints against every type of attack at every stage in the threat lifecycle, the company stated. It also uses artificial intelligence to perform recurring security scans to help organizations identify and address endpoint attacks.
SentinelOne Adds MDR Offerings, Raises $120 Million
In addition to its Zero Trust Network as a Service integration, SentinelOne this month announced Deploy and Assist offerings for its Vigilance managed detection and response (MDR) service. Deploy is an onboarding service that provides MDR protection during SentinelOne customer deployments, and Assist delivers Vigilance protection for incident response partner profiles.
Also, SentinelOne last month secured $120 million in Series D funding led by private equity firm Insight Partners. The Series D financing brings SentinelOne's total financing to date to more than $230 million.
SentinelOne has over 2,500 customers and works with MSSPs and other technology vendors via its partner program. Furthermore, SentinelOne recorded 217 percent year-over-year growth in annual recurring revenue in 2018.