SentinelOne Selected as 2015 Innovator by SC Magazine

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 21, 2015 – SentinelOne, the company that’s transforming security with a next-generation Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP), today announced that it has been named a 2015 Innovator by SC Magazine. Innovators are selected for being creative, well-positioned, having a strong command of customer pain points, and executing against these requirements at the highest level. SentinelOne EPP was recognized for providing real-time, completely autonomous security that protects against all attack vectors on endpoints including unknown malware, zero-day exploits, and insider threats using scripts or credential based attacks.

The full profile of SentinelOne EPP is available at: http://www.scmagazine.com/data-protection-innovators-2015/article/458246/3/.

SentinelOne also announced today that EPP has been verified by the independent AV-TEST Institute to provide antivirus replacement for Mac OS X devices: http://bit.ly/1OcP5IZ

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SentinelOne EPP dynamically tracks each newly-created process on a machine through its lifecycle to identify malicious patterns in real time. Regardless of the attack method used, once malicious behaviors are detected, whether on disk or in memory, SentinelOne immediately detects the attack and automatically takes mitigation and containment actions to eliminate the threat. It integrates prevention, detection, mitigation, remediation and forensics for desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, VDI, servers and embedded systems. SentinelOne supports major platforms, including Windows, OS X, Linux and Android.

“Being named an Innovator for 2015 on the heels of been selected as a finalist for Best Emerging Technology in the SC Awards is very gratifying,” said Tomer Weingarten, CEO SentinelOne. “Our unique approach protects all vectors used to attack endpoints including executables, memory, documents, browsers, scripts and credential scraping. Also, unlike other so-called next generation products, we provide malware and exploit detection, prevention, mitigation, remediation and forensics — not just one or two of these capabilities.”

For more information on SentinelOne EPP, please visit http://bit.ly/1OkXLgI.