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Cybersecurity company SentinelOne, which produces autonomous endpoint security software, announces that it is adding new features to protect companies when installing their security tools. The new software provides a protected environment during implementation.

The previously introduced Vigilance MDR (managed detection and response) software is intended for protection at every point of the security lifecycle, and has now been expanded with the so-called Deploy function. This feature helps users set up security tools by providing a 90-day service that creates a protected environment until all tools are implemented. A new Assist feature also enables IT professionals to detect data leaks more quickly, and thus to respond more quickly.

Supplement on basic platform

Vigilance itself is an optional addition to the SentinelOne platform, which offered all of the Monitor and Response features to enable users to consult experts, conduct forensic research, and generally make users more effective in responding to threats. These features are now combined with Deploy and Assist to provide immediate security during the deployment of SentinelOne and to demonstrate the added value of the system immediately to users. In this way, users can discover how the autonomous service works technically, but also what exactly the management tasks include and what the payback period of the service is.

Over the past year, we’ve addressed over a million threats with an average response time of 30 minutes, where the industry standard is still 24 hours, says Eric van Sommeren, Regional Sales Director Northern Europe at SentinelOne. Our customers rely entirely on the platform and benefit from it in terms of protection, but the Vigilance services offer an extra layer of security and additional features that are attractive for many organisations to make endpoint protection even more transparent and comprehensive. The new features are available immediately. They are also available separately or combined with a previously concluded Vigilance SLA.

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