Endpoint/Device Security, Channel partners, Content, Security Program Controls/Technologies

Endpoint Security Integration: Sumo Logic, SentinelOne Partner


Sumo Logic has integrated its log management and security analytics product into the SentinelOne autonomous endpoint protection platform. The integration enables Sumo Logic customers to leverage SentinelOne's endpoint protection platform to detect and address known and unknown threats in real-time across on-premises and cloud environments, according to the companies.

With the integration, Sumo Logic customers can access strategic, operational and technical SentinelOne reports and alerts, the companies said. They also can analyze logs for threats and indicators of compromise and contain malware via a direct cloud-to-cloud integration.

SentinelOne Eyes Security Partnerships

In addition to the Sumo Logic integration, SentinelOne this month announced the following security partnerships:

  • SecBISecurity professionals can use SentinelOne's threat visibility, containment and remediation capabilities in combination with SecBI's Autonomous Investigation technology to analyze endpoint and network activities.
  • Avid SecureSecurity teams can leverage the SentinelOne endpoint protection platform in conjunction with the Avid Secure cloud security and compliance automation offering to identify unprotected hosts across multi-cloud and multi-account deployments.
  • CofenseIncident response and security operations center (SOC) teams can use the SentinelOne endpoint protection console and Cofense Intelligence phishing defense solution to detect targeted phishing attacks and respond to them in real-time.
  • Arete AdvisorsArete Advisors, an incident response and digital investigative services provider, now offers SentinelOne endpoint protection to help its customers prepare for and respond to cyberattacks.

The aforementioned security integrations could help SentinelOne extend its channel market reach.

SentinelOne Partner Program

SentinelOne last month reported its Worldwide Channel Partner Program revenue grew more than 350 percent over the past year. Furthermore, SentinelOne doubled the number of international channel partners and tripled the number of North American partners during the time frame.

The SentinelOne Worldwide Channel Partner Program provides access to incentive plans, technical and sales training, budget for marketing events, tiered discounts and other tools and resources, according to the company. It also offers more than 200 endpoint protection application programming interfaces (APIs) to MSSPs, technology resellers and other channel partners.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.