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Attivo Networks to join SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR marketplace

Attivo Networks announced the availability of its Endpoint Detection Net (EDN) Suite on SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR marketplace, an application ecosystem that unifies prevention, detection, response data and actions across attack surfaces with a few simple clicks.

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Fri, 03 Dec 2021
Attivo Networks to join SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR marketplace
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Attivo Networks aims to detect lateral movement by protecting credentials on endpoints and prevent attackers from leveraging Active Directory (AD) to execute their campaigns – two key targets for modern cyber attacks within the enterprise.

The EDN solution provides SentinelOne customers with effective ways to reduce the risk associated with credential theft, attacks against Active Directory and privilege escalation while reducing the attack surface by removing exposed credentials.

A new report from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and Attivo revealed that 50 per cent of organisations experienced an attack on Active Directory in the last one to two years, with over 40 per cent indicating the attack was successful, according to Carolyn Crandall, chief security advocate at Attivo Networks.

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“The Attivo EDN suite perfectly complements the SentinelOne Singularity XDR platform by adding the ability to map how adversaries execute their attacks, deny them access to the data they seek, detect their activity quickly and derail them with misinformation along each step of the attack,” Crandall said.

The Singularity marketplace aims to represent frictionless integration for mutual customers, extending the capability of the SentinelOne Singularity XDR platform across the entire IT ecosystem. This enables security teams to autonomously action data and protect against machine-speed threats in real time, combining software capability regardless of vendor.

According to Nicholas Warner, chief operating officer at SentinelOne, the marketplace is a pivotal part in delivering SentinelOne’s vision of enabling the world’s leading enterprises to ingest and action diverse data.

“With our XDR technology partners, we’re able to make automation simple and scalable, so security teams can easily navigate the best course of action to remediate and defeat high-velocity threats,” Warner concluded.

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