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CRN Women of the Channel 2022

Recognizing Our Fearless Women of the Channel!

At SentinelOne, our team has worked tirelessly to support our partners trying to navigate our new hybrid reality. We’ve helped keep our partners and their customers safe and secure with flexible purchasing options. And we offered innovative marketing initiatives and engagement experiences to help our partners build their business. The result: our partners’ businesses grew, …

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CyberWire Daily Briefing: V4 Issue 19: SentinelOne acquires Attivo Networks.

Mergers and acquisitions. Mountain View, California-based autonomous cybersecurity platform company SentinelOne has announced the completion of its acquisition of Attivo Networks, an identity security and lateral movement protection company. The company stated, “With this acquisition, SentinelOne extends Singularity XDR capabilities to identity-based threats across endpoint, cloud workloads, IoT devices, mobile, and data wherever it resides, setting the standard for XDR …

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Organizations need to adopt an identity-first security approach, says Attivo VP

Ray Kafity, Vice President – Middle East, Turkey, and Africa (META) at Attivo Networks, shared with us some insight on cybersecurity in hybrid work environments and protecting VPN connections. TECHx: How has hybrid working impacted cybersecurity? Kafity: A few years back, a hybrid workforce was more an exception than the norm. However, with the pandemic, this has changed significantly. Now 84% of …

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Using a decoy-based approach to manage threats

By Ray Kafity, VP of META, Attivo Networks In the wake of the pandemic, organisations must consider implementing new security strategies to safeguard remote employees, secure their sensitive data, and protect against cyber threats. Attack surfaces have expanded dramatically with the shift toward remote work, putting identity at the forefront of security. Organisations must now …

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XDR Meets Identity Threat Detection and Response

XDR Meets Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR)

Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Security Advocate, Attivo Networks – Endpoint security is a significant concern for today’s organizations and has only grown more complex with institutionalizing of hybrid working. Cybercriminals are also engaging in modern attack tactics that include reusing stolen credentials, exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities, employing ransomware, and exploiting trusted insiders. Unfortunately, it only …

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7 Top Trends in Cybersecurity for 2022

The ever-expanding digital footprint of modern organizations drives this year’s top cybersecurity trends. In short: Rethink the security technology stack to address sophisticated new threats. Push cybersecurity decision making out to the business units to improve your security posture. Evolve and reframe the security practice to better manage cyber risk. Security and risk executives face …

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Thoma Bravo’s $6.9B SailPoint deal brings IAM to security portfolio

In a move to put in place a key piece for its portfolio of cybersecurity companies, private equity firm Thoma Bravo has finalized plans to acquire IAM (identity access management) security vendor SailPoint in a go-private deal worth $6.9 billion. When completed, the deal, announced Monday, will be the latest in a string of security focused technology …

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Identity is the new frontline of cybersecurity

By Carolyn Crandall, Chief Security Advocate, Attivo Networks Identity is a battleground upon which all organizations must now fight. Responding to this growing threat is non-optional because identity is at the heart of the processes and technologies that power the new world of remote and hybrid working. The “human element” is involved in 85 percent …

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Cybersecurity M&A Roundup: 40 Deals Announced in March 2022

SentinelOne acquires Attivo Enterprise cybersecurity powerhouse SentinelOne is acquiring Attivo Networks, a startup that specializes in breach detection technology, for $616.5 million. The deal enables SentinelOne to extend its prevention, detection and response capabilities to identity-based threats. Read the original list by Eduard Kovacs on Security Week.

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