SentinelOne And Lookout to Extend Endpoint Protection for Mobile Devices

Published On: August 13, 2018Categories: Buzz, Uncategorized

SentinelOne, a Mountain View-based endpoint protection company, has joined forces with Lookout, a San Francisco based company focused on mobility security, to integrate mobile threat data into the SentinelOne console to further protect mobile endpoints.

Through this integration, Lookout will feed Android and iOS threat information directly into the SentinelOne console, providing a comprehensive pre-execution, on-execution, and post-execution view of threats.

“Business is increasingly done on mobile devices. Adversaries know this and are adjusting their attacks and malware payloads accordingly,” said SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten. “The integration with Lookout provides our customers with needed visibility across all attack surfaces – a single view of critical assets and their protection status.”

“Over the last 10 years, Lookout has built the world’s largest mobile security dataset, giving us the intelligence needed to stay ahead of threat actors and accurately predict their next attack — whether it’s malware, an exploited vulnerability, a man-in-the-middle attack, or a phishing attempt,” said Lookout CEO Jim Dolce. “As the number of endpoints enterprises must protect increases, and the complexity of cyber attacks continue to as well, Lookout’s partnership with SentinelOne provides customers with comprehensive next-generation endpoint protection.”

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The alliance is founded upon the increased threat experienced by mobile device users and underscores a growing opportunity for channel partners in meeting the extensive security needs of their customers. By displaying mobile threat data in conjunction with desktop, server, and cloud threat data, security teams can now protect all endpoints in the enterprise through a single console.




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