Netskope, the leader in cloud security, announced a partnership and product integration with SentinelOne, the autonomous endpoint protection company, to give joint customers complete control over their data regardless of whether it is stored on an endpoint, in the cloud, or across SaaS, IaaS, and web environments. By integrating SentinelOne's next-gen endpoint protection solution and the Netskope Security Cloud, enterprises can improve efficiency and add the context needed to derive maximum value from the two separate solutions.
The speed at which the threat landscape has evolved has exposed gaps in legacy security solutions, and the rise of polymorphic malware has made endpoints more difficult to secure than ever before. As a result, understaffed security teams have been plagued by the inefficiencies created when using multiple point solutions, including an increase in alerts and a failure to account for the complexities of multi-cloud environments.
"Enterprise IT systems have become increasingly complex, and the security industry has largely failed to keep pace with innovative techniques being employed by hackers," said Amol Kabe, VP Product Management, Netskope. "This integration with SentinelOne lets our customers do more with less by allowing them to manage security for all of their devices and infrastructure from a single platform."
Global enterprises such as the leading healthcare company for pharmaceutical distribution and wholesale medical equipment as well as the global leader in cosmetics, use the Netskope and SentinelOne integration to close the security gap between their endpoints and cloud environments.
The Netskope Security Cloud helps the world's largest enterprises, including 25 percent of the Fortune 100, take full advantage of the cloud and web, eliminating blind spots by going deeper than any other security solution to quickly target and control activities across thousands of cloud services and millions of websites. With full visibility and control architected in one cloud, customers benefit from comprehensive data protection that guards data everywhere and advanced threat protection that stops elusive attacks.
"The rise of cloud computing and the emergence of personal devices in the enterprise are easily two of the most significant trends to impact the state of IT security in recent memory," said Daniel Bernard, VP Business and Corporate Development, SentinelOne. "Our partnership with Netskope ensures that organizations are prepared to grapple with the realities of our cloud-native, mobile-first world, with the tools needed to monitor, control and secure data regardless of where it travels."