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3 Reasons Why Teams
Trust SentinelOne Vs. Carbon Black
You Can Trust
You rely on your EPP & EDR solution to have your back when it matters most. In the 2020 MITRE ATT&CK® evaluation, SentinelOne correlated twice as many attacker techniques and missed 5x fewer detections as VMware Carbon Black.
On top of delivering superior detection & response, SentinelOne enables your business instead of hindering it: VMware customers report higher false positive rates that require time-consuming investigation, and console crashes that result in telemetry data loss, preventing effective threat hunting and incident response.
to Make the Most of Your Time
In today’s threat landscape, every second counts. SentinelOne makes it easy for any team to get started and become experts with a single, fast-to-deploy agent, automatic reconstruction of attack Storylines™, and 1-click remediation & rollback.
Don’t just take it from us: Learn how SentinelOne customers see an average of 353% ROI in Forrester’s Total Economic Impact report, and hear from our customers why they choose us for endpoint security.
VMware Carbon Black, in contrast, requires extensive tuning & configuration (especially as your organization scales), overly complex queries for threat hunting, significant manual correlation of disconnected alerts, and manual re-imaging for “remediation.”
Protection from What You Know,
and What You Don’t
Prevention and detection solutions that focus on “known bad” only see half the picture. While SentinelOne leverages both static and behavioral AI engines to detect anomalous activity & modern attacks with or without cloud connectivity, VMware Carbon Black depends heavily on cloud access and file signatures sourced from third parties to identify attacks.
This outdated approach leaves behind gaps in your coverage and visibility, increasing potential dwell time and exposure to zero-day threats.
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“SentinelOne was playing against some very well established players in the field, and it was a lot more compelling than what the rest was bringing to the table.”