SentinelOne integrates with Ping Identity for autonomous response to security threats

SentinelOne has announced a XDR platform expansion with Ping Identity.

“Attackers’ preferred method for exploiting businesses is to target identities and endpoints,” said Matt Bates, Director of Technology Alliances, Ping Identity. “Security teams often rely on multiple siloed solutions to prevent these attacks, which delays mean time to respond and limits their ability to stop attacks in progress. The combination of Ping and SentinelOne brings powerful contextual awareness and automated response capabilities to identity management, levelling the playing field for joint customers.”

Today’s Security Operation Centres (SOCs) typically rely on a mesh of disparate technologies, leading to knowledge silos, gaps in visibility, and a lack of contextual awareness. Furthermore, security teams are often overwhelmed, responding manually to increasing numbers of threats, providing attackers more than enough time to move laterally and gain network persistence.

The SentinelOne Singularity XDR App for PingDirectory and SentinelOne Singularity XDR App for PingOne enables teams to respond across the two most commonly targeted attack vectors. The integration of Ping Identity’s scalable and reliable identity and access management (IAM) solution and SentinelOne Singularity XDR’s patented Storyline technology which observes all concurrent activities, provides unmatched protection against attacks.

With built-in automation, Ping and SentinelOne autonomously prevent and remediate the effects of malware, ransomware, and zero-days. Furthermore, Singularity XDR can instantly take action in Ping Identity to suspend users, force password resets, or force reauthentication.

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