SentinelOne's endpoint security platform now features integrated Automox patch management automation. The result: SentinelOne customers can leverage Automox capabilities to obtain visibility into their devices and applications running both on-premises and in the cloud.
Also, SentinelOne customers can feed security data from the Automox software-as-a-service (SaaS) console to automate the patching and endpoint configuration process, the companies indicated. This ensures SentinelOne customers can combat cyberattacks without substantial time and resource investments.
In addition to its Automox partnership, SentinelOne this month unveiled SentinelOne Ranger, a solution that allows machines to autonomously alert security teams about vulnerabilities, rogue devices and anomalous behavior.
SentinelOne Ranger transforms SentinelOne agents into a distributed sensor network that uses passive and active reconnaissance techniques to build a network map, the company said. In doing so, SentinelOne Ranger helps organizations identify unmanaged network endpoints and security vulnerabilities.
What Is the SentinelOne Platform?
The SentinelOne platform defends endpoints against all types of cyberattacks, at all stages of the attack lifecycle, the company said. It safeguards organizations against both known and unknown cyber threats, and as a result, limits cyber risk.
MSSPs can integrate the SentinelOne platform into their portfolios via the company's Worldwide Channel Partner Program. Furthermore, MSSPs can access various partner program benefits, including sales and marketing tools and training and support.
SentinelOne Worldwide Channel Partner Program revenues grew more than 350 percent between July 2017 and June 2018. SentinelOne also doubled the number of international channel partners and tripled the number of North American partners during the time frame.