Securing, Detecting and Preventing Identity Based Attacks

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Mark Howell, VP Europe, Nick Palmer, Technical Director, Europe

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Modern attackers are increasingly using compromised or over-privileged identities to support successful campaigns to defraud and damage modern enterprises. This is because identifying vulnerabilities in your identity infrastructure is a complex and involved task. Attackers can simply query the identity infrastructure and quickly zero in on vulnerabilities within the environment and mobilise modern attack tools to capitalise on these gaps. Through a comprehensive approach to removing vulnerabilities and then detecting and protecting attacks, SentinelOne can substantially improve your security posture and remove the easy targets that attackers target. Join this webinar for a discussion about the concepts involved in securing your identities and a demonstration of key technologies to support their protection. By: Mark Howell, VP Europe, Nick Palmer, Technical Director, Europe SentinelOne

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SentinelOne was founded in 2013 by an elite team of cyber security and defense experts who developed a fundamentally new, groundbreaking approach to endpoint protection. SentinelOne is a pioneer in delivering autonomous security for the endpoint, datacenter and cloud environments to help organizations secure their assets with speed and simplicity. SentinelOne unifies prevention, detection, response, remediation and forensics in a single platform powered by artificial intelligence. With SentinelOne, organizations can detect malicious behavior across multiple vectors, rapidly eliminate threats with fully-automated integrated response and to adapt their defenses against the most advanced cyberattacks. SentinelOne has offices in Mountain View, Tel Aviv, and Tokyo. The company is recognized by Gartner as a Visionary for Endpoint Protection and has enterprise customers in North America, Europe, and Japan.