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NinjaOne & SentinelOne redefine endpoint protection with integration
Wed, 28th Feb 2024

Endpoint security platform NinjaOne and AI-powered security vendor SentinelOne have launched a product integration set to redefine endpoint protection. This innovation merges IT operations and security, providing a centralised view of endpoint control and one-click visibility, protection and response.

This unique solution brings IT operations and security under the same umbrella, revolutionising how we manage and protect digital environments. The joint venture introduces a significant shift in cybersecurity and IT operations, as expressed by Ken Marks, Vice President of Global Channels at SentinelOne: "Our integration leverages state-of-the-art, AI-driven security solutions to provide IT, MSPs, and security teams with real-time insights and threat correlations. This strategic union is designed to improve threat detection, streamline response efforts, and elevate both endpoint protection and IT operations to unprecedented levels of efficiency and effectiveness."

The innovative integration blends NinjaOne's frontrunner Endpoint Management and Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) platforms with SentinelOne’s first-rate endpoint protection platform Singularity Control, alongside its endpoint detection and response (EDR), and threat hunting solution Singularity Complete. This symbiosis benefits teams with automated major threat alerting capabilities, one-click threat visibility and response, and easy migration and automated deployment between the two services.

As expounded by Rahul Hirani, Senior Vice-President of Product Management at NinjaOne: "Integrating SentinelOne with NinjaOne makes it easier than ever for our joint customers to protect themselves and their most valuable data. In automating endpoint protection deployment and providing seamless one-click integration between our platforms when a threat is detected, we are effectively consolidating IT and security into a single view and empowering them to work more proactively and efficiently."

Phillip Mariscal, Director of IT at California Truck Centers, is already benefiting from the integration. In his words: "The SentinelOne integration with NinjaOne is seamless. The deployment process was so quick and easy. When an alert comes in, my technicians can confirm its legitimacy through NinjaOne, which saves so much time. The SentinelOne integration gives security visibility to all my technicians regardless of scope. We can see everything in one pane of glass which increases my team's productivity."

In conclusion, it can be argued that this alliance between NinjaOne and SentinelOne has the potential to radically transform how we perceive and manage cybersecurity and IT operations, combining two separate entities to create a singular, efficient, and unified approach to digital environment protection.