The new offering provides substantially broader security for organizations of all types and sizes by combining data gathered by the SentinelOne platform and frontline information obtained from thousands of incident response engagements.
FREMONT, CA: Arete Incident Response, a leading incident response and cybersecurity company, has declared the release of Arsinal, a new software toolkit for threat protection and reporting that is incorporated into SentinelOne.
The new offering provides substantially broader security for organizations of all types and sizes by combining data gathered by the SentinelOne platform and frontline information obtained from thousands of incident response engagements. Arsinal's key characteristics are as follows:
Threat Prevention. Application of Arsinal threat hunting and auto-defense schema directly into SentinelOne client consoles, hardening defenses against the most recent malware and threat variants detected and remedied by Arete Experts.
Advanced Reporting. Managed Detection & Response (MDR) and Security Operations Center (SOC) monitoring of SentinelOne endpoint activity and threat data, including threat protection activity, client-specific malware threat activity, threats prevented by Arsinal, and overall threat/variant patterns.
"We are very excited to introduce Arsinal, which is the first of several data-driven products and services from Arete," stated Joe Mann, CEO of Arete. "Arsinal provides customized protection to our installations of SentinelOne, our partner in defending clients from the latest malware threats from cybercriminals."
"SentinelOne's partnership with Arete Incident Response is strategic – our technology remediates live attacks in critical moments," stated Jared Phipps, SVP Worldwide Solutions Engineering at SentinelOne. "This will further leverage our joint field experiences, coupling curated threat intelligence and advanced reporting for Arete's SentinelOne customers."