Detecting advanced threats requires a new approach. Today’s advanced malware, exploits and cyber attacks blow right past legacy anti-virus solutions and are hard to catch with manual processes.
It takes a team of highly skilled and tenured SOC analysts to investigate and respond to these attacks. SentinelOne’s AI-driven autonomous protection enables organizations to avoid this costly bottleneck and get ahead of threats.
AI-powered endpoint detection and response (EDR)
The EDR software enables organizations to respond quickly to cyberattacks. It can automatically quarantine and remove threats before they can cause more damage, and it can alert the appropriate personnel to prevent costly incidents. According to the Stratistics MRC report on the Global Market Outlook 2026, the market for EDR is projected to grow at a significant rate over the next few years.
Managed EDR services can help businesses scale their resources without sacrificing security capabilities. These services can include monitoring, alerting, threat prioritization, and proactive endpoint hunting. They can also offer forensic investigation capabilities.
SentinelOne is a well-known network security solution that provides advanced computer network protection for networks and devices. It is renowned for anticipating cyber attacks by analyzing documents, files, credentials, memory storage, and browsers with deep inspection. It can even detect malware and viruses that traditional antivirus programs miss. It can automatically immunize devices and restore them to their previous state after detecting and preventing cyber attacks.
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) for mobile devices
SentinelOne is a popular network security solution that uses an approach called endpoint detection and response to anticipate cyber attacks and protect devices. This solution works on networks connected to workstations, mobile devices, and laptops. It also includes a remediation capability to remove threats from the system.
This solution sends telemetry data from the endpoint agents to a central platform and then correlates and analyzes it using machine learning. It compares current activity with baseline patterns to identify anomalies and flag suspicious behavior. It can also automate certain incident response activities based on predefined triggers.
This allows security teams to quickly gain context and rapidly investigate and respond to incidents. It can automatically isolate or remove the threat from the system, for example by isolating a specific process or by wiping and reimaging the device. In addition, the solution can automatically roll back files that have been corrupted by ransomware or other malware. This helps to eliminate unnecessary downtime and reduces the risk of data breaches.
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) for virtual desktops
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) is a comprehensive cybersecurity solution that uses continuous monitoring and real-time analysis to detect threats and automates responses. It can also identify and map malicious activity, help eliminate blind spots, reduce MTTR, and increase security efficiency.
Unlike traditional antivirus solutions that use a central console to collect data from multiple devices, EDR requires an agent on each device and regularly sends telemetry back to the platform. It then analyzes the information and sends alerts when suspicious behavior is detected.
While some suspicious behavior may look normal – like downloading files from an unknown source or repeatedly logging in to an account – an EDR platform contextualizes the event and its chain of events, easing the investigation process for IT teams.
It can then take automated actions based on the threat level and context, such as blocking the attacker from gaining access to critical assets or resources. This significantly cuts down the mean time to remediate an incident.
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) for IoT devices
For organizations with many devices, or complex networks, an EDR solution can help minimize threats and speed up mean time to detection and response. EDR solutions use software agents to monitor endpoints, collect data and send it to a central system for analysis.
The agent then correlates and analyzes the information, looking for anomalies. It can also isolate a device from the network to prevent malware spread and further attack. This is called “network containment.”
While it’s easy to see the value of EDR, it’s difficult to understand and implement a solution that will actually address your needs. It requires a thorough risk assessment, and the right tools to help you prioritize your most critical assets. It’s also important to consider how you want to manage the solution. Some solutions offer a fully managed service, combining the features of an EDR with a security operations centre (SOC) to deliver a consistent experience. Others provide a self-service portal to let customers run their own investigations and respond to alerts.