SentinelOne is #14 in Top 15 Antivirus Software

Last updated: February 20, 2020
Endpoint security software that defends every endpoint against every type of attack, at every stage in the threat lifecycle.

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#14 in Top 15 Antivirus Software

Alternatives


The best alternatives to SentinelOne are: CrowdStrike, Webroot, Bitdefender, Symantec, Mcafee, Kaspersky



Latest news about SentinelOne


2021. SentinelOne to acquire high-speed logging startup Scalyr for $155M



SentinelOne, a late-stage security startup that helps customers make sense of security data using AI and machine learning, has acquired high-speed logging startup Scalyr for $155M. SentinelOne sorts through oodles of data to help customers understand their security posture, and having a tool that enables engineers to iterate rapidly in the data, and get to the root of the problem, is going to be extremely valuable for them. The company sees Scalyr as a product they can integrate into the platform, but also one which will remain a standalone




2020. AI-based endpoint security solution SentinelOne gets $267M



SentinelOne, which has built a machine learning-based solution Singularity, has closed $267 million in funding. SentinelOne works across the entire edge of the network to monitor and secure laptops, phones, containerised applications and the many other devices and services connected to a network. While SentinelOne has a lot of competitors — they include Microsoft, CrowdStrike, Kaspersky, McAfee and Symantec — it is also a strong player in the market. Relying on the advances of AI and with roots in the Israeli cyberintelligence community, its platform is built around the idea of working automatically not just to detect endpoints and their vulnerabilities, but to apply behavioral models, and various modes of protection, detection and response in one go.


2020. SentinelOne raises $200M for its AI-based endpoint security platform



SentinelOne, which provides a machine learning-based solution for monitoring and securing laptops, phones, containerised applications and the many other devices and services connected to a network - has picked up $200 million. The proliferation of devices and the expanding network are the biggest issues today and it is getting very hard to monitor not just what your network looks like but what your attackers are looking for. This is where an AI-based solution like SentinelOne’s comes into play. The company has roots in the Israeli cyberintelligence community but is based out of Mountain View, and its platform is built around the idea of working automatically not just to detect endpoints and their vulnerabilities, but to apply behavioral models, and various modes of protection, detection and response in one go — in a product that it calls its Singularity Platform that works across the entire edge of the network. SentinelOne is by no means the only company working in the space of endpoint protection. Others in the space include Microsoft, CrowdStrike, Kaspersky, McAfee, Symantec and many others.